ATP tennis star debuts with stunning new look
Wait until you see the haircut if you thought the hyped video was bad. Bernard Tomic would begin a comeback to tennis after dropping to 254th in the ATP World Rankings, and in addition to likely training, he has been active on social media. Tomic showed off a dramatic new look just a day after sharing a brief movie on his Instagram page showing him training and declaring “it’s time to break the record”. The 29-year-old bleached his naturally dark hair and captioned a video of himself at the barbershop, “Fresh Start.” “It’s a new cut.”
Most recently, his intermittent relationship with model Vanessa Sierra has seen him make headlines, including being seen in sexually suggestive photos and breaking a laptop in an apparent moment of rage. But now, it seems, he’s ready to get back to life on tour. “I’ve had a lot of hate in my life, but I can’t give up,” Tomic said in the hyped video. “You don’t think I see the hateful comments. It hurts. “In the past, I used to let go and react out of stupidity. “But now I use it for fuel. I’m back. I am. I am hungry and I am ready. “No one can stop me now except me. I train, I sweat, I push, I am excited. Everything you need to get back to the top. “Hard work pays off. I put my blood, sweat and tears into this sport. I have already returned and it is time to set the record straight.
Just five years ago, the 29-year-old ranked 17th in the world, but his off-pitch antics have garnered more attention than his abilities over the past decade. He was fined three times in one day by Gold Coast Police in 2012, was arrested in Miami in 2015 and said all he did was “count my millions” in a strange press conference after failing to qualify for the 2018 Australian Open. Tomic also holds the undesirable men’s tennis record for the fastest loss in ATP history after being swept aside by Jarkko Nieminen in 28 minutes and 20 seconds in Miami in 2014.
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