Bernard Tomic, one of Australia’s bad boys of tennis, was recently sighted in the explicit video of sexy model Vanessa Sierra. It seems the two are a pair and showing off their love for all to see. Tomic is a 28 year old professional tennis player who early on showed tremendous promise and talent in his play. Unfortunately, his lifestyle choices and party boy image seemed to derail a once promising career.
Tomic is still playing tennis and actually bageled his countryman in his return to the courts. He hasn’t played professionally since the beginning of the pandemic in march. With his new girlfriend watching on, the 28-year-old Australian made a surprise comeback at the UTR Pro Tennis series in Brisbane. It was easy to see that Tomic was enjoying himself on court and playing well. The former world No.17, currently 226th in the ATP rankings, had not played a sanctioned match since an ATP Challenger appearance in early March.
The steamy lovebirds announced their relationship only two weeks ago on social media so it was a surprise to see Ms. Sierra on court supporting her man. Vanessa Sierra is a former Love Island Australia contestant and model who brands and sells her merchandise on Only Models. The 25 year old apologized to her mother for the racy video of herself and Tomic in her post as a tease to get fans to realize it is explicit.
She also posted this tantalizing phrase “baby daddy” hinting at more than just a fling.
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Born in Stuttgart, Germany, Bernard Tomic moved to Queensland, Australia with his family when he was three years old. He received a sports scholarship to attend The Southport School during high school. He was an ambitious and successful junior tennis player, winning the Orange Bowl Titles for the 12s, 14s, and 16s. He made it clear that he planned to become the #1 tennis player in the world, and that he was going to win every major Grand Slam, and become Australia’s youngest Davis Cup winner. He became the youngest player to ever compete in the junior division of the Australian Open, when he gained direct acceptance in 2007 at age 14. He went on to win two Junior Grand Slam titles, one at the Australian Open, and another at the US Open. He began competing in professional tournaments in 2008, when he was 15, even though he was still eligible for junior competition. He achieved his greatest success in professional Grand Slam play so far, at Wimbledon in 2011, when he reached the quarterfinals.