Bernard Tomic in Roger Federer Jubilee Match

Australia's +Bernard Tomic was the featured teen boy in +Roger Federer's jubilee match. With 1,000 matches played in the ATP since 1998 when he entered the tennis circus as an excitable teen, Roger may not be the record holder but it is an impressive figure. At the Australian open, Roger was playing the jubilee match against Bernard Tomic, an excitable young teen playing for Australia.


Bernard Tomic



The pairing could not be more perfect. Tomic said in his interview that Federer is his great idol as he considers him the greatest tennis player ever. Federer on the other hand has respect for the youngster's versatile and often surprising game.


Federer in his teens was excitable, to say the least. He smashed more than one racket on court, he swore, and was generally a badly behaved teen boy. Tomic has made that name for himself, too. But now, what do you see? A well behaved young man who exerts rigorous control over his emotions, like Federer does.


And Federer's career took off once he had that control. With Tomic as much in control as Roger, who knows what else we can expect of him for the future? He wants to reach the top, and it seems by choosing Roger as a model, he is doing everything right so far. And he puts the work into his work out with sweaty sessions.


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Bernard Tomic

Bernard Tomic

Bernard Tomic

Bernard Tomic

Bernard Tomic

Bernard Tomic

Bernard Tomic