"It would also show the kids that it doesn't matter if you muck up, you can fix it". "Sometimes the things that he says are like references he goes to, it's like, "Dude, that's a dorky reference". While Tomic, also known as "Bernard, the Tank Engine", was accused of giving up at the Madrid Open previous year, when he tried to play match point by holding the racquet upside-down, Kyrgios has been suspended and fined by the ATP for tanking, essentially not trying hard enough. They will catch up with him, he'll be fined.
"Well, he's introduced me to a lot of '80 rock bands, which before I wasn't quite familiar with", Vandeweghe said.
Australia's Wimbledon campaign has been an unmitigated disaster. The World No.166 charged to a magnificent victory over Russian 16th seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, saving seven match points en route to a 3-6, 7-6 (6), 9-7 triumph.
"It was definitely a mental issue out there", Tomic said. "I don't know why, but I felt a little bit bored out there to be completely honest with you".
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"I feel holding a trophy or doing well, it doesn't satisfy me anymore", he continued. It's not there. I couldn't care less if I make a fourth-round US Open or I lose first round.
"To me, everything is the same".
He claims he wants to play for 10 more years in order to earn enough money so he would never have to work again after that. Much to the shock of many, Tomic said he was feeling bored during the contest, and cited lack of motivation as well as respect for the sport, during the post-match interview. "If you can't get motivated at Wimbledon it's time to find another job", Navratilova added.
Injury or no injury, Tomic's performance quickly drew the full brunt of social media scorn, many criticising the Queenslander for showing little energy or enthusiasm during his match. "He's on a downward slide that has been going for a while". I don't know, I kind of enjoyed that part of playing. You can't be a part-time fitness person and come out there. The better players put up with the pain and the struggle, but he's not prepared to. It will only get worse if he keeps playing. "I keep having to remind him I was born in '91". He needs a good mentor, but it may be too late for that.
The cheeky jibe came from American Coco Vandeweghe, who has recently enlisted Australian Cash to help guide her career. He won't be seeded at big tournaments where the money is and he'll have to play qualifiers. It's sort of achieving the impossible, showing up when everybody feels you're the favourite, everybody believes that you should win or have to win.