Bernard Tomic thinks he can beat Novak

Bernard Tomic thinks he can beat Novak

Bernard Tomic is very ambitious young man, also a professional tennis player from Australia who is currently No.24.


Since he managed to overcome illness, heat and Pierre-Hugues Herbert who is a tennis player from France, now he thinks that beating Novak Djokovic is a piece of cake.
Novak and Bernard often workout together and that’s why Tomic thinks that he has a tactic to beat the best tennis player in the world Novak Djokovic.
It is good to hear positive thoughts from this young man. He knows that Novak is currently a beast, because he is No.1 for quite a while, but on the other hand Tomic knows that even though Djokovic is amazing, if he plays really good, he will be able to beat his opponent.


Bernard also talked about the London’s heat and how it didn’t have positive effect on him, cause he was constantly feeling dizzy and tired.
He also added that he wasn’t sleeping very well these days, probably that’s why he is feeling so exhausted.


Like we already said, Tomic is extremely ambitious young man, and he obviously wants to prove that he is one of the best sportsmen Australia has.
He probably feels that he can currently do anything, because he managed to survive so many bad conditions these days, and plus beat Pierre-Hugues Herbert.
We are looking forward to seeing that match between this young man and No.1 tennis player, and who knows maybe Bernard will beat Novak after all.

 

 

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