Becker and Tomic: A new tennis star was born

BRATISLAVA. Australian tennis has long been the best in the world. Players like Rod Laver, Patrik Rafter, or Lleyton Hewitt have come to the elite in their time and have touched it up to the world unit.

Hewitt is still trying to revert to his famous past, Wimbledon dropped out in the second round just after a five-seater fight with world champion Robin Söderling.

In the next round, however, Bernard Tomic was able to replace him. Eighteen-year-old teenager moved up to the eighth finals when he surprisingly knocked off the favorite Swede in three sets. Becker praises him

“A new star was born. Only a handful of young players have gotten into the fourth round in Wimbledon. I’m kidnapped from his game.He’s been very mature for his age, “Boris Becker told, who won the London Grandslam in 1985 as a seventeen-year-old.

“Today, I have come up with the chance to prove something big. Meanwhile, in Wimbledon, the better player is playing against me, the better I am playing, which is great, “quoted the Sydney Morning Herald native of Stuttgart, Germany.

The talented young man performs nice attacking tennis and benefits from excellent submission.Söderling gave him thirteen and in the winning streak he beat him 36:23.

“It’s a great feeling to be going to the grandslam tournament for the second week, but it’s easy to get used to it,” he added to The Australian.

Tomic is the son of a Bosnian mother and a Croatian father.He originally grew up in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but his parents then moved to Australia when he was three and a half years old.

The young talent surprised in the first round when he set out clearly in three sets the world trio of Nikolaj Davydenko and then turned the match with Igor Andreev from 0: 2 to sets.

The youngest eighth finisher of this year’s Wimbledon can improve his performance when the Belgian Xavier Malisse is in the eight-finals. “I have a chance to win, I have to believe it like in a match against Söderling,” he added for