Bernard Tomic Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Ranking, Career Earnings

Bernard Tomic Family

Bernard Tomic Family and Parents – Bernard Tomic is an Australian professional tennis player whose career-high ranking was world No. 17 know all about him in this Blog.

Bernard Tomic Biography

Name Bernard Tomic
Birthdate   21 October 1992 
Age (as of 2022) 29 years
Height 1.95 m
Place of Birth Stuttgart, Germany
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  In Relationship
Spouse/Partner  Vanessa Sierra
Children Not yet
Mother Adisa Tomić
Father John Tomic
Siblings Sara Tomic
Education Southport State School
Profession Australian tennis player
Last Update 2022

Bernard Tomic is an Australian professional tennis player whose career-high ranking was world No. 17. As a junior, Tomic enjoyed a successful career in which he won an Orange Bowl title and two junior Grand Slam singles titles, the 2008 Australian Open and 2009 US Open. As a pro, he has won the 2013 Apia International Sydney, 2014 Claro Open Colombia, 2015 Claro Open Colombia and the 2018 Chengdu Open.

He made a final appearance at the 2016 Acapulco Telcel and a quarterfinal appearance at the 2011 Wimbledon Championships, as well as at the 2015 BNP Paribas Open, the 2015 Shanghai Masters, and the 2016 Western & Southern Open.

Bernard Tomic Family, Parents

Bernard Tomic Parents
                                                                               Bernard Tomic with Dad

Tomic was born in Stuttgart, Germany, on 21 October 1992.Tomic’s parents, Croatian father, John (Ivica) and Bosnian mother, Adisa, left Socialist Yugoslavia several years before his birth.In an interview, Tomic stated that his parents “have a Croatian background”.

They were both working in Germany when Tomic was born. The family migrated to Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia in 1996 when Tomic was three years old.His younger sister Sara is also a professional tennis player.Tomic was educated at Southport State School during his primary school years before taking up a sports scholarship at The Southport School for high school.In 2018 he became vegan.

Bernard Tomic Wife, Is Bernard Tomic Married

Bernard Tomic Wife

Bernard Tomic is not Married yet.Bernard Tomic had been in a relationship with Instagram influencer and TV Actress Vanessa Sierra until later this year. The couple has been going on and off therefore no one really knows what is the reality. Vanessa had shared a video of Tomic breaking her laptop and throwing a temper tantrum and the couple ” were not on talking terms” for a few months after that.

Bernard Tomic Net Worth

Bernard Tomic is an Australian professional tennis player has an estimated Net Worth $5 Million in 2022.All earnings comes from his sports career.

Bernard Tomic Professional Career

At the age of 15 Tomic began competing in professional events. Tomic began 2008 at the Australian Open where he was given a place in the qualifying draw. He defeated Yeu-Tzuoo Wang of Chinese Taipei in the first round in three sets after saving five match points but lost to Prakash Amritraj in the next round.

In January 2009, Tomic was granted a wildcard into his first ATP event, the Brisbane International, where he lost to Fernando Verdasco in the first round.He was also granted a wildcard into the 2009 Australian Open, drawing Potito Starace in the first round. He won the match after saving two set points in the fourth set tiebreak and thus became the youngest ever male tennis player to win a senior Australian Open Grand Slam tournament match.

At the 2011 Wimbledon Championships, Tomic defeated twenty-eighth seed Nikolay Davydenko, Igor Andreev, fifth seed Robin Söderling and Xavier Malisse to reach his first grand slam singles quarterfinal, thus becoming the youngest player since Boris Becker in 1986 to reach the quarterfinals at Wimbledon.

There, he lost to the eventual champion Novak Djokovic in four sets.With this showing, Tomic moved 87 places up in the ATP rankings, to number 71 in the world.At the Rogers Cup, Tomic won his first round match against Lu Yen-hsun before losing to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the second round.He earned direct entry into the US Open, and defeated Michael Yani before losing to Marin Čilić in the second round.

At the 2013 Hopman Cup Tomic defeated Tommy Haas, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and Andreas Seppi. Tomic’s first official tournament for the year was the Apia International in Sydney. He defeated compatriot Marinko Matosevic,  fifth seed Florian Mayer,defending champion Jarkko Nieminen and Andreas Seppi in the semifinals to reach his first career singles final where he defeated Kevin Anderson in three sets to win his maiden ATP title.

At the 2013 Australian Open, Tomic defeated Leonardo Mayer and Daniel Brands to reach the third round where he lost to world No. 2 Roger Federer in straight sets.

Tomic started off his 2019 season with a first round loss at the Australian Open to world No. 7 Marin Čilić. Two months later at the Miami Masters, he played world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the second round and lost in straight sets.Tomic made no ATP final or semifinal appearances during the year and only made two ATP quarterfinal appearances.

The first one came at the Antalya Open where he defeated 7th seed Andreas Seppi in the first round but lost to 4th seed Pablo Carreño Busta in three sets. The second one came at the Atlanta Open where he defeated 5th seed Frances Tiafoe in the first round but lost to 3rd seed and eventual champion Alex de Minaur after retiring in the second set.

Tomic returned to playing tennis at the Australian Open qualifying. There, he defeated 14th seed Jozef Kovalík, Tristan Schoolkate and John-Patrick Smith to qualify for his first grand slam tournament in close to two years at the Australian Open. There, he played Yūichi Sugita and won after Sugita retired in the third set to mark his first grand slam match win in close to three years. In the second round, he played 11th seed Denis Shapovalov and lost in straight sets. He finished 2021 ranked world No. 260.