Corruption: Tomic attacks Australian Federation
Tennis ruffian Bernard Tomic hands out against the association after leaving the Australian jungle camp. Nevertheless, he still wants to play in the Davis Cup.
Scandal professional Bernard Tomic has sharply criticised the Australian Tennis Association (TA) and accused it of corruption.
In an interview after his voluntary exit from the Australian version of the jungle camp, he told the moderators:”I won’t be happy with this situation until the association has reassorted itself and the problems come to light – we have a few fake people in this organization”.
Nevertheless, the 25-year-old affirmed that he wanted to play in the Davis Cup despite his statements for Australia. When a moderator asked Tomic that the association was corrupt after all, he replied:”Yes, absolutely. I stand by that.”
When leaving the jungle camp, 168 said goodbye. of the tennis world ranking to the other participants that he wants to concentrate on his career again.
Most recently Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt distanced himself from Tomic and accused him of mental problems:”No, no, no, no, I was never mentally in a fragile state. I was one of the world’s best tennis players. Do it if you’re not mentally strong,”Tomic said.