Tennis News: Bernard Tomic, an Australian tennis player, is using online vitriol to help him resurrect his career

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Tennis News: Bernard Tomic has said that “no one can stop me now, but me,” as he wants to use the harsh remarks he receives as fuel to resurrect his faltering tennis career.

During his junior years, the Australian was tipped to be a Grand Slam contender, and when he stormed into the Wimbledon quarter-finals at the age of 18, he increased expectations in his native nation.

In 2016, he reached a career-high position of 17 in the world, but disagreements with tennis officials and a controversial reality TV appearance led to his current rating of 259, the lowest of any Australian on the men’s tour.

Tomic also holds the unenviable record for the quickest loss in ATP history, having lost to Jarkko Nieminen in Miami in 2014 in 28 minutes and 20 seconds.

“I’ve dealt with a lot of hatred throughout my life. But I’m not going to give up. Do you think I’m not aware of the anti-Semitic remarks? “It hurts,” Tomic remarked in an Instagram video.

“In the past, I would let things get to me and respond foolishly.” But now I’m using it as a source of energy. I’ve returned. I’m hungry and ready to eat. No one, not even myself, can stop me now.

“I’m working out, sweating, pushing myself, and I’m pumped.” Whatever it takes to reclaim the top spot. Work ethic pays off. This sport has cost me my blood, sweat, and tears. I’ve returned previously. It’s past time to clear the air.”

Tomic, 29, qualified for the Australian Open this year but fell in the second round against Denis Shapovalov of Canada.

The competition in 2022 will begin on January 17th.

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