Bernard Tomic, the Australian teenager to become the next the tennis champion
This is an incredible achievement of a young boy of 18 years to get to the quarter final finals of the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, Wimbledon. Read on...
Bernard Tomic, the unknown teenager from Australia to hit Tennis courts
Television stations across Australia joked of this name- Tomic, Atomic, what a name? What a potential? This young man from down under has to come thus far even, to play the finals in one of the most prestigious competition of the game of tennisTomic is going to be first younger player ever to reach the final in Wimbledon in 25 five years after John McEnroe back in 1977.
He is now bracing for the biggest match of his fledgling career in Wednesday's Wimbledon quarter-final against Serbian star Novak Djokovic.
The atomic Tomic believes he is capable of causing a massive boilover despite being ranked 156 places below the two-time Australian Open champion.
Tomic and Djokovic will step onto Court One at 1pm (2200 AEST) in their battle for a semi-final spot against either six-time champion Roger Federer or Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
Tomic got nothing to lose: The pressure is on the champions
"I've got nothing to lose," Tomic said. Of course, that is true, the pressure is on the champion as a no body of the game is crouching at their door for the title. It is a nerve breaking for the big time players. The name most talked about of the Wimbledon is not Roger Federer or Jo- Wilffried Tsaonga, it is Berand Tonic.