As always before the Australian summer, there are many expectations on the 24-year-old Bernard Tomic, who will play Brisbane, Sydney and the Australian Open in January. In a meeting with media in Brisbane after a practice session, the Australian admitted he could improve mentally.
'I’m not the best, I’m not the brightest, but we all have our problems,' Tomic said. 'I'm 24 now I have a lot more years ahead this is a huge year for me. I missed some chances this year, but I think the main thing is I’m doing what I love and I really respect the sport.'
Tomic thinks that it's wrong to criticize him and Nick Kyrgios.
#Tomic: "I'm 24 now I have a lot more years ahead this is a huge year for me.
'Sometimes we do push it more than we should. But that is our personality, our character. We are young, we are successful. But it turns into a bit of negative energy when we do things wrong. No one is perfect but I think we are doing a pretty good job,' he said.
Will 2017 season be a turning point for Bernard Tomic?
ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: 'In 2017 I want to win, but the younger players...' .