What about the life of the eternal promise named Bernard Tomic?

days ago it was heard Bernard Tomic through the middle First Serve: “This is my year, I’ll be back in the Top 100. I’ll let my tennis do the talking.” And there was no shortage of those who asked “What is your life?”

Well, he is ranked 464 in the world and he expected a gesture from the organizers of the Australian Open that never came. The invitation did not appear in his email box and he appeared in Qatar to play an M15.

That eternal promise of Australian tennis is 30 years old, he passed the first three rounds and faces the Turkish Yanki Erel in the semifinals. The man to beat in said tournament was Marius Copil. Once the Romanian has been eliminated, it is the chance to give Tomic a blow and thus begin to direct that desire that he has to return to the front pages.

It depends on his maturity on the court and on many other factors that bring him closer to the big tournaments: in 2022 he did not even play an ATP tournament and wandered between Challengers and lower category tournaments. He won two consecutive M15s in Cancun and one in Santo Domingo.

He has the not inconsiderable mark of four titles as a professional: Sydney 2013, Bogotá 2014 and 2015 and Chengdu 2018.

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