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Aussie Tennis Player Bernard Tomic Says 'I S**t Myself' During Live TV Interview

Max Sherry

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Aussie Tennis Player Bernard Tomic Says 'I S**t Myself' During Live TV Interview

Awkward, very awkward.

Bernard Tomic gave one of the more bizarre interviews we've seen in recent years, opening his chat with tennis reporters by claiming he s**t himself.

Bernard Tomic. Credit: PA
Bernard Tomic. Credit: PA

Tomic had just gone through to the second round of qualifying at Wimbledon after downing Slovenia's Blaz Kavcik 4-6 6-4 6-3.

After the match, you could see the sheer relief plastered all over the Aussie's face after he successfully fought back from four break points throughout the encounter.

Tomic appeared very relaxed after the match, still pulling on his bright pink singlet while casually strolling over to conduct his interviews with the media.

"You must have thought that last game was never going to end?" British TV broadcaster John Inverdale asked.

But instead of giving the bloke a straight answer, Tomic sent the interview in an entirely different direction.

"Yeah, it was tough. I was nervous," he said.

"I couldn't really turn on my backhand side. And then I kind of... erm... s**t myself."

While Tomic giggled to himself, there was a rather awkward silence coming from the other side of the camera.

"Apologies for that," Inverdale added.

The 28-year-old needs to win two more matches to secure a spot in the men's singles competition at Wimbledon.

He now now faces World No. 122 Bernabe Zapata Miralles.

Featured Image Credit: BBC

Topics: Aussie, Tennis news, Wimbledon, Australia

Max Sherry
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