- Born21 October 1992
- Birth PlaceStuttgart, Germany
- LivesMonte Carlo, Monaco
- Height196 cm
- CoachJohn Tomic
- Pro Since2008
“The big points I played very well, and I was very happy with what I did.”
— Bernard Tomic, 25 May 2016
» Tomic scores impressive victory in Paris
- started playing tennis at seven
- favourite surface is grass
- in 2004 and 2006, won the 12s and 14s Orange Bowl titles
- helped Australia win the Junior Davis Cup final against Argentina in 2007
- In 2008 at age 15, became the youngest player in history to win the Australian Open boys’ singles title
- reached semifinals of the boys’ singles at Wimbledon in 2008
- as a 16-year-old, won the US Open boys’ singles title
- made a successful Davis Cup debut for Australia in 2010, winning both singles rubbers against Chinese Taipei in straight sets in the Asia–Oceania Zone Group quarterfinals
- in 2011 at age 19, became the youngest Wimbledon quarterfinalist since Boris Becker in 1986
- won first career ATP title at Apia International Sydney in 2013
- defended a title for the first time in his career in 2015 at the Claro Open Colombia in Bogota
- his victory in the final was his 30th match win of 2015, the most matches he has ever won in a single season
- arrived in Australia from his birthplace in Stuttgart, Germany, aged three-and-a-half.
- father, John, started work driving taxis while mother, Ady, worked as a biomedical scientist
- has one sister, Sara, who also plays tennis
- favourite singer is Chris Brown.
- enjoys soccer, table tennis, fishing and basketball when not playing tennis
Year-Ending Ranking History
2013 Apia International Sydney
2010 Burnie Challenger
2009 Melbourne Challenger
2014 Apia International Sydney
2011 Caloundra Challenger
2008 Indonesia F2
Bernard Tomic in the news
Despite being hampered by injury in his third-round French Open loss, Nick Kyrgios is confidence he will be ready to go for Wimbledon.
Despite not at his best physically, Bernard Tomic fought hard before going down in four sets at Roland Garros to Croatia's Borna Coric.
Australian No.20 seed Bernard Tomic will take on young gun Borna Coric in the second round of Roland Garros on Thursday.
Bernard Tomic on Tuesday scored just his third win at Roland Garros from seven campaigns, sending his through to the second round where he joins Nick Kyrgios and Jordan Thompson.