Bernard Tomic believes Tomas Berdych is not going to like playing against him, as he tries to cause an upset in the fourth-round of Wimbledon.

Tomic played brilliantly against Richard Gasquet last round to book himself a clash with Berdych, the number seven seed, as he looks to reach the quarter-finals at Wimbledon for a second time.

He realises that he will have to get through a tough match if he is to do so, though and speaking to The Standard he said: “It’s not going to be easy because Tomas is very strong. He hits a big ball and you’ve got to be ready.

“I can use what I have and really give it to him because if I play my tennis, he’s not going to like what I have to offer.

“I’m playing a guy now who has been in the final of this tournament before.”

Few people can deny that Tomic has the ability to trouble every player on the tour, but his attitude and application to the sport has been questioned throughout his career so far.

At 20-years-old, though, he still has time to develop his game and Australian tennis will certainly be hoping that this good run at Wimbledon can spur him on to greater things.


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