PLAYER PROFILE

Bernard Tomic

6
AUSTRALIAN
RANKING
83
ATP
RANKING
  • Age26
  • Born21 October 1992
  • Birth PlaceStuttgart, Germany
  • LivesMonte Carlo, Monaco
  • Height196 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachJohn Tomic
  • Pro Since2008
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“I played really well the whole week - I'm so happy I won.”

— Bernard Tomic, 30 Sep 2018

» Tomic saves four match points to take Chengdu title

On court

  • 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
  • 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 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
  • in 2015 reached ATP Masters 1000 quarterfinals at Indian Wells and Shanghai, his best Masters-level performances
  • reached the biggest final of his career to date in 2016 at Acapulco, an ATP 500 event

Off court

  • 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

2018 83
2017 142
2016 26
2015 18
2014 56
2013 51
2012 52
2011 42
2010 208
2009 286
2008 763

Titles/Finals

Titles

2018 Mallorca Challenger, Chengdu ATP

2015 Bogota

2014 Bogota

2013 Apia International Sydney

2010 Burnie Challenger

2009 Melbourne Challenger

Finals

2018 Aix-en-Provence Challenger

2016 Acapulco

2014 Apia International Sydney

2011 Caloundra Challenger

2008 Indonesia F2

Bernard Tomic in the news

Biggest movers: Aussie men rise high in 2018
Alexei Popyrin rose more than 550 places in the rankings in 2018; Getty Images
20 November, 2018

Strong representation in the top 50, 12 different ATP Challenger champions, 15 players enjoying major rankings improvements ... it was a banner season for Australian men's…
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Biggest movers: Tomic returns to top 100
Bernard Tomic celebrates his victory at the ATP tournament in Chengdu, China; Getty Images
2 October, 2018

Bernard Tomic bolted almost 50 places up the ATP rankings this week to return to both the world's top 100 and Australian top five.
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Tomic saves four match points to take Chengdu title
Bernard Tomic celebrates his victory at the ATP Chengdu Open
30 September, 2018

Bernard Tomic has capped a remarkable week that began in qualifying at the ATP Chengdu Open, saving four championship points against Fabio Fognini to win a thrilling final.
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Tomic sets up Fognini final in Chengdu
Bernard Tomic celebrates his victory over Joao Sousa in the semifinals of the ATP Chengdu Open; Getty Images
29 September, 2018

In Chengdu, Bernard Tomic advances to his first ATP final in two years and will return to the world's top 100. Alex De Minaur, however, lost a heartbreaker in Shenzhen.
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