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- Age: 22 (21.10.1992)
- Birthplace: Stuttgart, Germany
- Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco
- Height: 6'5" (196 cm)
- Weight: 201 lbs (91 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2008
- Coach: John Tomic
- Website: http://www.bernardtomic.com
As of 25.05.2015
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Plays with a double-handed backhand...Started playing tennis aged seven...Father, John, started work driving taxis; mother, Ady, was a biomedical scientist; sister, Sara, also plays tennis...Favourite surface is grass...Idols growing up were Pete Sampras, Lance Armstrong, Ian Thorpe and Michael Jordan...Hobbies include basketball, football and table tennis...Likes Eminem and 50 Cent...As a junior he won the 2008 Australian Open - aged 15, the youngest player in tournament history - 2009 US Open titles and the under-12, under-14 and under-16 Orange Bowls...Made his Davis Cup debut for Australia in 2009.
Tomic Guest Edits ATP Insider (January 2015)
2014 -- The No. 3 Aussie (behind No. 50 Hewitt, No. 52 Kyrgios) put together a 4th Top 60 season in succession after winning a 2nd ATP World Tour title in Bogota in July (d. Karlovic) - his 1st off Australian soil. Was the lowest ranked winner of year (No. 124) and the youngest (21)...Opened year in Sydney and reached 2nd career final there (l. to del Potro). Underwent double hip surgery in late January and didn’t return until March 19 in Miami...Closed season with a SF in Stockholm in Oct. (l. to Dimitrov), registering consecutive wins for 1st time since Bogota in July...In Grand Slam play, reached 2R at Wimbledon (l. to Berdych) and US Open (W/O vs. Ferrer) and fell in 1R at Australian Open (ret. vs. Nadal with leg injury) and Roland Garros (l. to Gasquet)...Compiled records of 14-10 on hard, 3-3 on grass and 0-2 on clay. Went 0-5 vs. Top 10 opponents...
2013 -- The top Aussie won his 1st ATP World Tour title in Sydney (d. Anderson in 3 sets) and youngest winner (20) of season. Became 9th different Australian to win Sydney title in Open Era and 1st Aussie winner since Hewitt in 2005...Helped Australia back into Davis Cup World Group in 2014 by posting 4-0 singles record during year...In February, reached QF at Marseille, failed to convert 5 MP vs. Tsonga and lost in 3rd set TB 7-6(10). Also reached QF at Eastbourne (l. to Simon)...In Grand Slam play, compiled 6-4 record with 4R at Wimbledon (d. No. 19 Querrey in 1R, d. No. 9 Gasquet in 3R, l. to No. 6 Berdych), 3R at Australian Open (l. to No. 2 Federer) and 2R at
US Open (l. to D. Evans). At Roland Garros, retired with right hamstring injury in 3rd set vs. Hanescu in R...Compiled records of 15-15 on hard, 5-3 on grass and 5-4 on clay while earning a career-high $697,132...
2012 -- The No. 2 Australian (behind No. 49 Matosevic) was youngest player in Top 100 for 2nd straight year highlighted by SF in opening week of season in Brisbane (l. to Murray) and 3 QF results...In Grand Slam play, advanced to 4R on home soil at Australian Open (d. Verdasco, Querrey, Dolgopolov, l. to Federer). Lost in 2R at Roland Garros (d. Haider-Maurer, l. to Giraldo) and US Open (d. Berlocq, l. to Roddick)...Played in 2 Davis Cup ties and went 3-1 in singles (1-1 vs Germany in World Group play-off tie in Hamburg, d. Stebe, l. to F. Mayer)...Compiled records of 17-13 on hard, 8-10 on clay and 1-4 on grass. Went 0-6 vs. Top 10 opponents and highest-ranked win came over No. 13 Dolgopolov at Australian Open...
2011 -- The top Aussie was youngest player (19) in year-end Top 100 on ATP World Tour…He won 16 matches and reached 2 QF, including at Wimbledon where he posted his 1st Top 10 win over No. 5 Soderling (l. to Djokovic) as a qualifier...In other Grand Slams, reached 3R at Australian Open (l. to Nadal), 1R at Roland Garros and 2R at US Open...Finished season with a 5-3 mark, reaching QF in Tokyo (l. to Fish), 3R at Shanghai (d. No. 9 Fish, l. to Dolgopolov) and 2R in Stockholm (l. to No. 10 Monfils)...Played Davis Cup for his country and went 2-1 in singles in 2 ties, defeating No. 19 Wawrinka in World Group playoff tie in Sydney (l. to Federer in four sets)...In Challenger play, compiled a 13-5 match record, with runner-up at Caloundra (l. to Zemlja) in February and SF at Burnie (l. to Guccione), both on home soil…In June, reached back-to-back SF in Nottingham...Went 2-5 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 11-12 on hard, 5-2 on grass and 0-1 on clay….Also 13-4 in TB sets…Earned a career-high $499,060...
2010 -- Began season at Brisbane...As a wild card at the Australian Open, lost to Cilic over five sets in the 2nd RD...Selected to represent Australia in Davis Cup tie versus Chinese Taipei in March...Qualified for Wimbledon (l. to Fish)...Won one ATP Challenger Tour title at Burnie on 7 February (d. G. Jones)...Finished the year ranked World No. 208...
2009 -- Given wild card into Brisbane, losing to Verdasco in 1st RD...As a wild card at the Australian Open beat Starace in 1st RD, before losing to G. Muller in four sets...Received a wild card into Roland Garros (l. to Kohlschreiber)...Won the 2009 US Open junior title, beating Chase Buchanan 61 63 in the final...Won one ATP Challenger Tour title at Melbourne on 29 February (d. Matosevic)...Finished the year ranked World No. 286...
2008 -- Was 13-11 in Futures, reaching 1st final in Indonesia (l. to Sugita)...
Beat No. 22 seed Kohlschreiber in Australian Open 1R, prior to 4R exit (l. to Berdych)…On 2 February, rose 18 spots to No. 48 in the Emirates ATP Rankings…
Reached Delray Beach SFs (l. to Young), beat Troicki in 2R…Now 3-3 lifetime in ATP World Tour SFs…
On 19 March, withdrew from ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells due to back injury ahead of QF vs. Djokovic...
On 29 March, failed to convert four match points versus Berdych in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami 3R...
On 28 April, failed to convert one match point versus Tipsarevic in 76(3) third set loss in Munich 1R...
On 19 May, retired due to a virus at 26 versus Mina in Nice 1R; also withdrew from doubles (w/Troicki)...
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