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Nieminen begins career as floorball player
Finland Times

Ex-tennis ace Nieminen not Finn-ished as floorball calls

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Retired Finnish tennis player Jarkko Nieminen is rekindling his competitive flames by turning pro for a second time in a different sport. The 34-year-old, who amassed more than $7 million in prize money before quitting the ... Yahoo! Singapore, 1 month ago
Nieminen begins career as floorball player Finland Times, 1 month ago

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New Indian Express

Murray's mission to master the red dirt puts him within reach of a remarkable triumph

It feels as unlikely as Metallica teaming up with the London Symphony Orchestra, or Michael Douglas portraying Liberace on the big screen. And yet Andy Murray's mission to become a world-class clay-courter has delivered an equally unexpected ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago
DNA India

Rio 2016: Bernard Tomic opts out of Olympics, claims he is 'extremely busy'

Bernard Tomic ruled himself out of representing Australia at the Rio Olympics in August due to his "extremely busy" playing schedule. Tomic, who was warned by Australia's Olympic chef de mission Kitty Chiller he was among a group of athletes ...
 DNA India1 week ago Tomic 'too busy' to represent Australia in Rio  Yahoo! India1 week ago Tomic too busy to represent Australia in Rio  Cape Times1 week ago Olympics-Tomic too busy to represent Australia in Rio  Reuters UK1 week ago
New Zealand Herald

Tennis: Tomic rakes in big bucks after first-round loss

Not bad money if Bernard Tomic's cheque has cleared as a first round loser in the Rome Masters. The 23-year-old Australian retired ill after eight minutes and earned $20,562 or $2570.25 a minute for his tennis exertions. His latest exit comes ...
 New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago Tomic laughing all the way to bank  Dominion Post2 weeks ago 'Would you care if you were worth $10m?'  WA Today2 weeks ago Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic still laughing all the way to the bank  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago

Grow up Bernie, you're embarrassing yourself and us

Dear Tomic the Tank Engine, What are you doing? You're a man already with a reputation for having a heart the size of a peanut, one who has been given extraordinary talent, but no gumption to go with it, no ability to guts it out. You've already ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Grow up Bernard Tomic, you're embarrassing yourself and your country  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago

Djokovic slams tanking Tomic

BERNARD Tomic might claim to have $10 million in his bank account at age 23, but that doesn't impress world No. 1 Novak Djokovic much. The Serbian tennis star, who has a close training relationship with the Australian, has accused Tomic of failing ...
 Perth Now2 weeks ago Superstar smacks down Aussie brat  Herald Sun2 weeks ago Djoker's pep talk for tanking Tomic  Herald Sun2 weeks ago

Bernard Tomic could be in hot water with Tennis Australia over his attitude

Bernard Tomic could again find himself in hot water with Tennis Australia over his attitude. The 23-year-old made a first-round exit at the Madrid Open this week, losing 6-2 6-4 to Italian Fabio Fognini. At match point to Fognini, Tomic ... weeks ago 'Would you care if you were 23 and worth over $10m?' says Tomic  Breaking News.ie2 weeks ago

The most Tomic quote of all time

IT WAS the flippant moment when Bernard Tomic, having already lost a section of the Australian sporting public, shed the wary support of still more of them. For reasons he's yet to explain, Tomic gave up on the last point of his match at the Madrid ... weeks ago Would you care if you were worth $10 million weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Madrid Open: Bernard Tomic faces serve with a reversed racquet against Fabio Fognini

Bernard Tomic is at it again. The highly-ranked Australian tennis player, sometimes derided as Tomic The Tank Engine, will once again come under the spotlight for his on-court attitude, this time after 'trying' to return serve with a reversed ...
 Melbourne Age2 weeks ago Bernard Tomic faces serve with a reversed racquet against Fabio Fognini at Madrid Open  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago

Australia's Tomic slammed again!

‘Tomic has stated before he believes he is a top 10 player, but he won’t be top 10 in anyone’s books’ IMAGE: Australia’s Bernard Tomic shows his emotion against Italy’s Fabio Fognini during the Madrid Open tennis tournament. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images. Bernard Tomic's on-court commitment has come under renewed scrutiny after the Australian played match point holding his racquet backwards in defeat to Fabio Fognini at the Madrid Open.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Just stupid: Tomic's dumbest move yet  Perth Now2 weeks ago Just stupid: Tomic's latest tank job  Herald Sun2 weeks ago
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