Bernard Tomic

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Canberra Times
Peter FitzSimons: Corey Oates' concussion test not worth a pinchtrying distance himself from his one time mate: "You'd also be wrong if you tri
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
trying distance himself from his one time mate: "You'd also be wrong if you tried to lump me in the same category as Bernard Tomic ... Bernie has lost his way." Bloody hell. How bad do things have to be, when Nick says you've lost your... Read more
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The Age
Peter FitzSimons: Corey Oates' concussion test not worth a pinchtrying distance himself from his one time mate: "You'd also be wrong if you tri
The Age / Posted 14 hours ago
trying distance himself from his one time mate: "You'd also be wrong if you tried to lump me in the same category as Bernard Tomic ... Bernie has lost his way." Bloody hell. How bad do things have to be, when Nick says you've lost your... Read more
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14h
Sydney Morning Herald
Peter FitzSimons: Corey Oates' concussion test not worth a pinchtrying distance himself from his one time mate: "You'd also be wrong if you tri
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
trying distance himself from his one time mate: "You'd also be wrong if you tried to lump me in the same category as Bernard Tomic ... Bernie has lost his way." Bloody hell. How bad do things have to be, when Nick says you've lost your... Read more
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4d
Gulf News
Neighbours France, Belgium to clash in Davis Cup finalhurts it’s because it means something.“These boys take a lot of pride wearing t
Gulf News / Posted 4 days ago
hurts it’s because it means something.“These boys take a lot of pride wearing the green and gold and will bounce back.”With Bernard Tomic overlooked for the tie amid a deep form slump, Hewitt sprung a couple of selection surprises over the weekend,... Read more
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4d
EuroNews
Australia will bounce back, says shattered captain Hewittit’s because it means something. “These boys take a lot of pride wearing the gr
EuroNews / Posted 4 days ago
it’s because it means something. “These boys take a lot of pride wearing the green and gold and will bounce back.” With Bernard Tomic overlooked for the tie amid a deep form slump, Hewitt sprung a couple of selection surprises over the weekend,... Read more
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4d
Channel NewsAsia
Australia will bounce back, says shattered captain Hewittit's because it means something. "These boys take a lot of pride wearing the g
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 days ago
it's because it means something. "These boys take a lot of pride wearing the green and gold and will bounce back." With Bernard Tomic overlooked for the tie amid a deep form slump, Hewitt sprung a couple of selection surprises over the weekend,... Read more
5d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hinds: Ignore the score line, this was a different kind of Kyrgios defeatplea to be taken for what he is, also humanised himself. Most telling was how
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
plea to be taken for what he is, also humanised himself. Most telling was how eager Kyrgios was to separate himself from Bernard Tomic. Particularly, he claimed not to share the other maligned Australian player's simultaneous hunger for the fame... Read more
7d
Canberra Times
'I'm no Bernard Tomic': Nick KyrgiosNick Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has "lost his way" and that it's unfair to lump
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Nick Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has "lost his way" and that it's unfair to lump him in the same category as Australia's fallen tennis star. As he prepares to lead Australia into Davis Cup battle with Belgium in Brussels, Kyrgios has opened up on his... Read more
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7d
Oxford Mail
Nick Kyrgios: Grief over grandmother’s death has stopped me in my tracksis in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons wi
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
is in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons with another disaffected Australian player, Bernard Tomic. “My grandmother, Julianah Foster, passed away two years ago. I didn’t get to spend the time with her I wanted... Read more
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7d
Gazette
Nick Kyrgios: Grief over grandmother’s death has stopped me in my tracksis in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons wi
Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
is in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons with another disaffected Australian player, Bernard Tomic. “My grandmother, Julianah Foster, passed away two years ago. I didn’t get to spend the time with her I wanted... Read more
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7d
guardian-series
Nick Kyrgios: Grief over grandmother’s death has stopped me in my tracksis in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons wi
guardian-series / Posted 7 days ago
is in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons with another disaffected Australian player, Bernard Tomic. “My grandmother, Julianah Foster, passed away two years ago. I didn’t get to spend the time with her I wanted... Read more
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7d
Greenock Telegraph
Nick Kyrgios: Grief over grandmother’s death has stopped me in my tracksis in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons wi
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
is in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons with another disaffected Australian player, Bernard Tomic. “My grandmother, Julianah Foster, passed away two years ago. I didn’t get to spend the time with her I wanted... Read more
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7d
Harrow Times
Nick Kyrgios: Grief over grandmother’s death has stopped me in my tracksis in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons wi
Harrow Times / Posted 7 days ago
is in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons with another disaffected Australian player, Bernard Tomic. “My grandmother, Julianah Foster, passed away two years ago. I didn’t get to spend the time with her I wanted... Read more
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7d
Wandsworth Guardian
Nick Kyrgios: Grief over grandmother’s death has stopped me in my tracksis in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons wi
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 7 days ago
is in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons with another disaffected Australian player, Bernard Tomic. “My grandmother, Julianah Foster, passed away two years ago. I didn’t get to spend the time with her I wanted... Read more
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7d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Nick Kyrgios: Grief over grandmother’s death has stopped me in my tracksis in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons wi
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 7 days ago
is in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons with another disaffected Australian player, Bernard Tomic. “My grandmother, Julianah Foster, passed away two years ago. I didn’t get to spend the time with her I wanted... Read more
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7d
EveningTimes Online
Nick Kyrgios: Grief over grandmother’s death has stopped me in my tracksis in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons wi
EveningTimes Online / Posted 7 days ago
is in conflict with his hunger to win tour matches, but rejected comparisons with another disaffected Australian player, Bernard Tomic. “My grandmother, Julianah Foster, passed away two years ago. I didn’t get to spend the time with her I wanted... Read more
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7d
New Kerala
Kyrgios plays down comparison with Tomic - newkerala news #272029Johannesburg [South Africa], Sept 15 : Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios ha
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
Johannesburg [South Africa], Sept 15 : Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios has played down his comparison with Bernard Tomic, saying that he is in a category, different from his fellow countryman. Tomic crashed out of the world's top 140 players... Read more
7d
Perth Now
Don’t compare us: Kyrgios has a crack at Tomiclive a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
live a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the most surprising admission is his opinion of Bernard Tomic. Kyrgios, currently in Belgium with the Davis Cup team looking to claim Australia a final berth for the first... Read more
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7d
EuroNews
Don't lump me in with Tomic, says KyrgiosMELBOURNE (Reuters) – Nick Kyrgios has ripped apart the veneer of friendship be
EuroNews / Posted 7 days ago
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Nick Kyrgios has ripped apart the veneer of friendship between he and fellow Australian Bernard Tomic, saying his erstwhile Davis Cup team mate has “lost his way” and “doesn’t make sense”. Kyrgios will lead Australia’s charge at... Read more
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7d
Reuters Sports News
Tennis: Don't lump me in with Tomic, says KyrgiosMELBOURNE (Reuters) - Nick Kyrgios has ripped apart the veneer of friendship be
Reuters Sports News / Posted 7 days ago
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Nick Kyrgios has ripped apart the veneer of friendship between he and fellow Australian Bernard Tomic, saying his erstwhile Davis Cup team mate has “lost his way” and “doesn’t make sense”. Kyrgios will lead Australia’s charge... Read more
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7d
Channel NewsAsia
Don't lump me in with Tomic, says KyrgiosMELBOURNE: Nick Kyrgios has ripped apart the veneer of friendship between he an
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 days ago
MELBOURNE: Nick Kyrgios has ripped apart the veneer of friendship between he and fellow Australian Bernard Tomic, saying his erstwhile Davis Cup team mate has "lost his way" and "doesn't make sense". Kyrgios will lead Australia's charge at the Davis... Read more
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7d
Herald Sun
Don’t compare us: Kyrgios has a crack at Tomiclive a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
live a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the most surprising admission is his opinion of Bernard Tomic. Kyrgios, currently in Belgium with the Davis Cup team looking to claim Australia a final berth for the first... Read more
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7d
The Courier Mail
Kyrgios sledge highlights cold Tomic truthNICK Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has “lost his way” and that it’s unfair to lump
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
NICK Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has “lost his way” and that it’s unfair to lump him in the same category as Australia’s fallen tennis star. As he prepares to lead Australia into Davis Cup battle with Belgium in Brussels, Kyrgios has opened up on his... Read more
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7d
Adelaide Now
Don’t compare us: Kyrgios has a crack at Tomiclive a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
live a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the most surprising admission is his opinion of Bernard Tomic. Kyrgios, currently in Belgium with the Davis Cup team looking to claim Australia a final berth for the first... Read more
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7d
News.com.au
What Kyrgios really thinks of Tomicbeing knocked out of the US Open in the first round Nick Kyrgios is nothing if
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
being knocked out of the US Open in the first round Nick Kyrgios is nothing if not honest.Source:AFP NICK Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has “lost his way” and that it’s unfair to lump him in the same category as Australia’s fallen tennis star. As... Read more
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7d
The Courier Mail
Don’t compare us: Kyrgios has a crack at Tomiclive a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
live a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the most surprising admission is his opinion of Bernard Tomic. Kyrgios, currently in Belgium with the Davis Cup team looking to claim Australia a final berth for the first... Read more
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7d
News.com.au
Kyrgios: I’m nothing like Tomiclive a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
live a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the most surprising admission is his opinion of Bernard Tomic. Kyrgios, currently in Belgium with the Davis Cup team looking to claim Australia a final berth for the first... Read more
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7d
Geelong Advertiser
Kyrgios: I’m nothing like Tomiclive a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
live a normal life with my family away from the public glare.” But perhaps the most surprising admission is his opinion of Bernard Tomic. Kyrgios, currently in Belgium with the Davis Cup team looking to claim Australia a final berth for the first... Read more
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7d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
I'm no Tomic, says Kyrgios ahead of Davis Cup crunch clashNick Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has lost his way ahead of Davis Cup clash with
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Nick Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has lost his way ahead of Davis Cup clash with Belgium Related Story: Millman picked for Davis Cup semi-final against Belgium and he's keen to repay the faith Nick Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has "lost his way" and... Read more
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7d
The Age
'I'm no Bernard Tomic': Nick KyrgiosNick Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has "lost his way" and that it's unfair to lump
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
Nick Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has "lost his way" and that it's unfair to lump him in the same category as Australia's fallen tennis star. As he prepares to lead Australia into Davis Cup battle with Belgium in Brussels, Kyrgios has opened up on his... Read more
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7d
Sydney Morning Herald
I'm no Bernard Tomic, insists Nick KyrgiosNick Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has "lost his way" and that it's unfair to lump
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Nick Kyrgios says Bernard Tomic has "lost his way" and that it's unfair to lump him in the same category as Australia's fallen tennis star. As he prepares to lead Australia into Davis Cup battle with Belgium in Brussels, Kyrgios has opened up on his... Read more
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8d
The Age
School uniforms: Giving girls the freedom to play and explorenot boycott your cafe. Philip Moon, CamberwellLearn from the masters As a con
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
not boycott your cafe. Philip Moon, CamberwellLearn from the masters As a condition of any further taxpayer funding, Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios should be forced to watch each of the grand slam men's singles finals and acceptance speeches... Read more
8d
Sydney Morning Herald
Davis Cup 2017: Australia's chance to capitalise on upset win over United Statesbeen a sense of optimism around the Australian team, despite the ongoing select
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
been a sense of optimism around the Australian team, despite the ongoing selection and availability controversy surrounding Bernard Tomic. The semi-final match-up and potential opponents in the final mean this this is arguably Australia's best... Read more
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The Age
Davis Cup 2017: Australia's chance to capitalise on upset win over United Statesbeen a sense of optimism around the Australian team, despite the ongoing select
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
been a sense of optimism around the Australian team, despite the ongoing selection and availability controversy surrounding Bernard Tomic. The semi-final match-up and potential opponents in the final mean this this is arguably Australia's best... Read more
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10d
Gulf News
Davis Cup team spirit fires Kyrgios up againquarter-final victory over the United States in April.Kyrgios’s commitment to t
Gulf News / Posted 10 days ago
quarter-final victory over the United States in April.Kyrgios’s commitment to the tournament has grown in importance since Bernard Tomic, the country’s other half-hearted talent, has crashed out of the top 100 through a combination of missing... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Davis Cup team spirit fires Kyrgios up againvictory over the United States in April. Kyrgios’s commitment to the tournamen
Reuters Sports News / Posted 10 days ago
victory over the United States in April. Kyrgios’s commitment to the tournament has grown in importance since Bernard Tomic, the country’s other half-hearted talent, has crashed out of the top 100 through a combination of missing... Read more
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EuroNews
Davis Cup team spirit fires Kyrgios up againquarter-final victory over the United States in April. Kyrgios’s commitment to
EuroNews / Posted 10 days ago
quarter-final victory over the United States in April. Kyrgios’s commitment to the tournament has grown in importance since Bernard Tomic, the country’s other half-hearted talent, has crashed out of the top 100 through a combination of missing... Read more
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11d
The Courier Mail
Federer, Nadal shame tennis wannabesthe 2017 Grand Slam between them is an indictment on the rest of the tennis wor
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
the 2017 Grand Slam between them is an indictment on the rest of the tennis world and Generation Next. Aussie youngsters Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios faltered early in New York, impressive 20-year-old Alexander Zverev (who’s been on fire... Read more
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News.com.au
Federer, Nadal shame tennis wannabesthe 2017 Grand Slam between them is an indictment on the rest of the tennis wor
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
the 2017 Grand Slam between them is an indictment on the rest of the tennis world and Generation Next. Aussie youngsters Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios faltered early in New York, impressive 20-year-old Alexander Zverev (who’s been on fire... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Tomic decline leaves Davis Cup ‘a long way off’HE’S been Australia’s best Davis Cup performer since legendary warrior Lleyton
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 days ago
HE’S been Australia’s best Davis Cup performer since legendary warrior Lleyton Hewitt, but Bernard Tomic is now “a long way off” a national recall after losing control in 2017. So says Hewitt himself, with the Aussie captain breaking his silence on... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt says Bernard Tomic is 'a long way off'He's been Australia's best Davis Cup performer since Lleyton Hewitt, but Bernar
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
He's been Australia's best Davis Cup performer since Lleyton Hewitt, but Bernard Tomic is now "a long way off" a national recall after losing control in 2017. So says Hewitt himself, with the Australian captain breaking his silence on Tomic to... Read more
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The Age
Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt says Bernard Tomic is 'a long way off'He's been Australia's best Davis Cup performer since Lleyton Hewitt, but Bernar
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
He's been Australia's best Davis Cup performer since Lleyton Hewitt, but Bernard Tomic is now "a long way off" a national recall after losing control in 2017. So says Hewitt himself, with the Australian captain breaking his silence on Tomic to... Read more
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13d
Geelong Advertiser
Tomic townhouses hit the marketA supplied picture of Bernard Tomic inside Bond Bar in Melbourne. PLEASE CREDIT
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 13 days ago
A supplied picture of Bernard Tomic inside Bond Bar in Melbourne. PLEASE CREDIT/MENTION BOND BAR WHILE Aussie tennis star Bernard Tomic crashed and burned through the international circuit for the past 10 months, in his hometown his parents were... Read more
16d
EuroNews
Kyrgios picked for Davis Cup semi, Tomic exile continues(Reuters) – Firebrand Nick Kyrgios will lead Australia’s Davis Cup charge at th
EuroNews / Posted 16 days ago
(Reuters) – Firebrand Nick Kyrgios will lead Australia’s Davis Cup charge at this month’s semi-final in Belgium with Bernard Tomic overlooked after his rapid slide down the ATP rankings. Australia captain Lleyton Hewitt has also recalled... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Kyrgios picked for Davis Cup semi, Tomic exile continues(Reuters) - Firebrand Nick Kyrgios will lead Australia’s Davis Cup charge at th
Reuters Sports News / Posted 16 days ago
(Reuters) - Firebrand Nick Kyrgios will lead Australia’s Davis Cup charge at this month’s semi-final in Belgium with Bernard Tomic overlooked after his rapid slide down the ATP rankings. Australia captain Lleyton Hewitt has also recalled... Read more
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18d
Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Coalition report card failof North Korea. Dennis Fitzgerald, Melbourne, VicTennis brats Tennis Australi
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
of North Korea. Dennis Fitzgerald, Melbourne, VicTennis brats Tennis Australia needs to take a long, hard look at Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios to determine what future financial and other support these two tennis brats... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Coalition report card failof North Korea. Dennis Fitzgerald, Melbourne, VicTennis brats Tennis Australi
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
of North Korea. Dennis Fitzgerald, Melbourne, VicTennis brats Tennis Australia needs to take a long, hard look at Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios to determine what future financial and other support these two tennis brats... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Coalition report card failof North Korea. Dennis Fitzgerald, Melbourne, VicTennis brats Tennis Australi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
of North Korea. Dennis Fitzgerald, Melbourne, VicTennis brats Tennis Australia needs to take a long, hard look at Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios to determine what future financial and other support these two tennis brats... Read more
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18d
The Courier Mail
Carty would return to Titans ‘in a heartbeat’is encouraged and it is character building to lose…enjoying ourselves the way R
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
is encouraged and it is character building to lose…enjoying ourselves the way Reece did is a must”. TOMIC BOMB A week as Bernard Tomic GOLD Coast tennis star Bernard Tomic’s early exit from the US Open is set to hit his bank balance as well as... Read more
20d
Canberra Times
Fitz Files: You beauties! Wallabies lose but win back respectweek Bangladesh. Beat Australia in the first Test, despite David Warner tearin
Canberra Times / Posted 20 days ago
week Bangladesh. Beat Australia in the first Test, despite David Warner tearing off a great ton in the second innings. Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios. The two most extravagantly gifted players of their generation, both eliminated in the first... Read more
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