Victoria Azarenka—who won on Wednesday and has looked dazzling in her last five sets—would be my first choice.
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For sure I don't do the right work,” Tomic said with startling candour.“You know, you need to be super fit and you have to enjoy it and you have to travel a lot.
I have experienced a lot until 24.“I know I have another 10 years to go.“We all work for one thing.
If he was, he would have dressed in mournful black and rolled out the showtime tears to convince us he's the flawed star who needs our help and, more importantly, our pity. It's sometimes tough mentally to compete and put yourself out there day in, day out and I'm not the best character to do that.
Instead Tomic swung around in his chair with his baseball cap turned backwards, rubbed his Batman-style jaw and even had the audacity to smile and laugh. I've just got to find a way to get back and enjoy tennis again," Tomic, 24, said. "I believe you have to respect the sport but I think I don't respect it enough," Tomic added.
I get it, everyone is pissed, Bernard Tomic and his follies rule the day. And the persistently halfhearted performances are disgraceful, especially when you see so many players (cue Marcus Willis) who would chop off pinkies to play Wimbledon just once.
Do we need another ex-pro/tennis analyst/blogger hammering on this guy? But yesterday’s Pressroom Confession was a cry for help, the devil-may-care monologue of a confused 25-year-old who sounds like he might have a touch of mental illness and—too often we forget—is the son of a notorious tennis father.
32.) With regard to one of the more unfortunate Wimbledon traditions, I want to make sure I have this right.
The ATP rankings go: Murray, Nadal, Wawrinka, Djokovic, Federer.
That year, at age 18, Tomic became the youngest man to reach the quarterfinals at the All England Club since 1986, when Boris Becker won the title. 17 in the ATP rankings in 2016; he entered Wimbledon at No. "I feel holding a trophy or, you know, doing well — it doesn't satisfy me anymore," Tomic said Tuesday. I couldn't care less if I make a fourth round (at the) U. The 49th-ranked Medvedev repeatedly apologized during his news conference, saying he was not trying to imply that umpire Mariana Alves was biased.