Australian tennis fans staying up late to watch the game were equally as harsh in their appraisal of Tomic's efforts. "I still try to go for it in a way". He described himself as "super talented" and he's not wrong but that "super talent" has only got him to No17 in the world and earned him three ATP titles. "If you ask Roger if he'll do it, I'll do it". "I'm going to play another 10 years, and I know after my career I won't have to work again", he added'.
The problem is, if he's feeling burnt out, that's not an easy thing to fix. He showed flashes of his talent in the following years at the Australian Open and U.S. Open, leading to plenty of belief he could evolve into a serious contender.
And the 24-year-old Australian admitted that he was struggling for focus during the game. When you have spent almost your entire childhood and adolescence training, practicing and travelling between tournaments, all in preparation for becoming a professional tennis player, isn't it natural to get a little exhausted of it by the time you enter your twenties?
Time will tell if Tomic will be able to figure out what it really is and how he can fix it.
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"If you ask Roger (Federer) if he'll do it, then I'll do it", was his first reply to the question.
"It feels better to be No1 than No5".
"That hurts", said Kokkinakis, when the overall performance was pointed out to him.
"Tomic is young, only 24, but already this is his eighth or ninth Wimbledon".
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Tomic was touted as a future major champion in his homeland after winning a slew of boy's titles, including junior grand slam triumphs at the Australian and U.S. Opens, but his career has stalled and he remains without a title since 2015.
"The times when I was world No1, it felt great. I can't see Bernard playing qualifiers".
After all the hard work and dedication it takes to get to Wimbledon, at least one player couldn't be bothered with actually trying to win.
"I don't know why, but I felt a little bit bored out there to be completely honest with you", was just one of the 24-year-old's much-criticised remarks.
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Elsewhere Grigor Dimitrov spoke about the day he spent with the Beckhams, giving Romeo Beckham a tennis lesson.
Bernard Tomic said he will never have to work again after ending his tennis career but Western Australia Police say joining the force is "anything but boring" if he wants to be kept on his toes. This is one of the biggest tournaments in the world and I just couldn't find anything. I think I paid the price for that. "Yeah, glad to spend also some time with Victoria and get to know the family from close".
In the women's draw, qualifier Arina Rodionova saved Australia's blushes - and seven match points - as she became the only Aussie through to the second round.
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