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Bernard Tomic has shown so far in 2013 that he is a much-improved tennis player.
Bernard Tomic has caused a big upset at the Hopman Cup, defeating Novak Djokovic in straight sets in front of a capacity crowd at Perth Arena.
Bernard Tomic may say that there are no problems between him and the hierarchy that is Tennis Australia, including Pat Rafter, Tony Roche and Todd Woodbridge.
Are Rafter, Roche, Woodbridge and co. good enough? That is the huge question after the Australian Davis Cup team lost once again in the World Group Playoffs, this time against Germany in Hamburg on clay last week.
Bernard Tomic’s first round exit from Wimbledon has taken many people by surprise, including myself. Many people, not just in Australia, but also around the world expected him to at least challenge his quarter final appearence of last year.
Bernard Tomic made headlines in 2011 by making the quarter finals of Wimbledon becoming the youngest player since Boris Becker in 1986 to achieve this feat at the All England Club. At 19 years old, Tomic is a tennis great in the making.