'Biggest regret of my life': Bernard Tomic on his OnlyFans cameo with Vanessa Sierra
During a dramatic Instagram Q&A session, Bernard Tomic described his presence on the adult website OnlyFans as his "worst regret." While preparing for a comeback to tennis at the Australian Open, the 29-year-old also took aim at his ex-girlfriend Vanessa Sierra and another Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios in a candid Instagram video.
In late 2020, Tomic was seen on social media biting Sierra's bottom to promote his OnlyFans debut alongside his model ex. Sierra's OnlyFans page included a message on the provocative photograph that offered a video that visitors had to pay to watch. Replying to a fan's query regarding the photograph, Tomic shared a new photo of himself where he's seen covering his face with his hands in humiliation. "The biggest regret of my life," he captioned the image.
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“I mean guys, how many questions about her (Sierra)?” Tomic replied to one of his fans, “Do you really want to know? I didn’t realise she was that interesting.” He was then asked if his next girlfriend will be classy, to which he answered with a "fingers crossed" emoji. Tomic didn't stop there, as he continued to argue that he is a better tennis player than Nick Kyrgios. "Obviously, Nick is a good player, ranked in the world's top six or seven servers." Tomic informed his fans, "Of course, I defeated him in Kooyong 6-3 6-4."
"Because I train with him, I get to choose where he serves and where he is, so that style doesn't bother me." Despite being rated 161 places lower than Kyrgios, he mentioned that he is still a better tennis player than Kyrgios. On social media, Kyrgios quickly rebutted the accusation. "I have a lot of titles. I don't believe he has any major victories under his belt, no Rafa, Federer, or Djokovic. It's a stretch to claim he's better than me," Kyrgios said, while adding, "however, we all know what BT is capable of, and I wish him nothing but the best."
The 29-year-old, who was once ranked No 17 in the world and reached the Wimbledon quarter-finals at the age of 18, is currently ranked 254th and has won the most recent of his four career victories in 2018. "I've dealt with a lot of hatred throughout my life. But I'm not going to give up. You don’t think I see the hate comments?" He expressed his discomfort by saying, "It hurts."
He further added, "In the past, I used to let it get to me and react out of stupidity. But now I’m using it as fuel. I’m back. I am ... I’m hungry, and I’m ready. No one can stop me now, but me. I’m training, I’m sweating, I’m pushing, I’m fired up,” he remarked, “Whatever it takes to get back on top. Hard work pays off. I’ve put my blood sweat and tears into this sport. I have come back before. It’s time to set the record straight.”