Tomic was 'bored' during Wimbledon loss

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The Queenslander used his post-match press conference to lament the fact he was "bored" with tennis and "mentally not there".

The talented Tomic was once mooted as a rising star of the sport but says he has hit a mental block, facing another decade drifting around the tour earning money but with little chance of breaking the big four's stranglehold on the major prizes. "You're an embarrassment to yourself, and not only to the sport but to Australian tennis", Stubbs said.

Tomic and Tennis Australia have a strained relationship with the player being dropped from previous Davis Cup teams for controversial comments and opinions. "At a young age I started to spend a lot of time at the net and realised it was something that came naturally". We wouldn't be here without these guys'.

"Really, me being out there on the court, to be honest with you, I just couldn't find any motivation". He can't really be bothered. But because it pays so well, Tomic says he will be staying around for the next 10 years.

Tomic will leave Wimbledon with £35,000 for appearing in the first round, and baulked at suggestions he should give the money back.

'Watching Tomic at Wimbledon.

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How so? Did he reveal a dark secret that it's possible to play tennis professionally, even to gain a decent position in the rankings, without loving the sport?

What he was implying of course is that these men knew they were not fit, just as Tomic knew he didn't care.

"No, that's just trying to make something - no, not at all". Total disgrace, ' another furious fan tweeted. I am ashamed to have them represent Australia.

The only other time in the Open Era (since 1968) when no Australian men made it through to the Wimbledon second round was in 2012. "While I do feel a bit of guilt and I'm like maybe I could have played four or five sets, but in my opinion, [Zeverev] played well and I was just playing bad and I just couldn't find any rhythm, and he deserved to win. You know I tried at the end and stuff. but it was too late".

Djokovic said: "We had a joke in the locker room saying we should maybe play a practice set on Centre Court".

Tomic said, "It was definitely a mental issue out there".

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"I felt a little bit bored out there", he said.

"Well, he's introduced me to a lot of '80 rock bands, which before I wasn't quite familiar with", Vandeweghe said. Maybe what Bernie needs is a long vacation to clear his mind, and an excellent sports psychologist to help him find his motivation again.

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Tomic is no stranger to controversy, having had run-ins with authorities both in and away from tennis. #Wimbledon2017 #notonthisplanet, ' a social media user asked.

Bernard Tomic during Tuesday's first-round loss at Wimbledon.

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