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Tomic working with former Belgian ace Xavier Malisse but father stays involved
WA Today

Tomic working with former Belgian ace Xavier Malisse but fathe...

Should Xavier Malisse's surprise three-week coaching trial with Bernard Tomic extend to a more permanent arrangement for next season, John Tomic intends to retain a joint coaching role in his son's expanded team. Malisse, the former world No. 19 ... WA Today, 2 months ago

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Father still knows best for Tomic

Bernard Tomic has parted ways from coach Xavier Malisse. Source: News Limited JOHN Tomic will be sole coach of his son Bernard for the Australian tennis circuit after they decided to not extend their inclusion of Belgian Xavier Malisse. Australian ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail4 weeks ago Tomic homes in on Brisbane  The Australian4 weeks ago Tomic storms back into contention  The Australian1 month ago

Atlanta further evidences Fish's spot as best in American tennis

Atlanta in July, and it feels like the hottest place on Earth. A veritable American tennis festival is at hand, with every relevant player in the draw except the most heralded of them all, Andy Roddick. Strangely, it doesn't matter. Roddick's ...
 SI.com1 day ago
Melbourne Age

Hewitt: it's not all about Kyrgios

Ask Lleyton Hewitt whether Nick Kyrgios has what it takes to become Australia's next great tennis player, and our most recent world No.1 nominates several candidates: Kyrgios, yes, and the other "K", 18-year-old Thanasi Kokkinakis, but also the ...
 Melbourne Age2 weeks ago Hewitt: it's not hello Nick, bye-bye Bernie  Canberra Times2 weeks ago Lleyton Hewitt: it's not all about Kyrgios, Tomic still in the mix  WA Today2 weeks ago

Tomic eager for another crack at Aus Open

He's hardly the forgotten man of Australian tennis but, at 22 years of age, Bernard Tomic is keen to remind everyone of his talents. Tomic's most recent opportunity in the local spotlight, during the last Australian summer, set the tone for a ...
 Nine MSN2 weeks ago Tomic determined to remind Australia of his talents  ABC Online4 weeks ago
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