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Bernard Tomic Says Starring In OnlyFans Video Was The Biggest Regret Of His Life

Max Sherry

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Bernard Tomic Says Starring In OnlyFans Video Was The Biggest Regret Of His Life

Bernard Tomic admits featuring in an X-rated OnlyFans video alongside former Love Island contestant Vanessa Sierra was the biggest regret of his life.

The 254th ranked tennis player is preparing to make his comeback at the Australian Open in the new year.

But while most of his days are taken up with practise on the court, he still finds time to engage with his fans on social media.

Credit: Instagram/@vanessa5ierra
Credit: Instagram/@vanessa5ierra

In a recent Instagram Q & A session, Tomic took aim at ex-girlfriend Sierra and fellow Aussie star Nick Kyrgios.

On his Instagram story, one fan asked: "Tell us about you OF (OnlyFans) stint."

To which Tomic replied: "BIGGEST. REGRET. OF. MY. LIFE."

Credit: Instagram/@vanessa5ierra
Credit: Instagram/@vanessa5ierra

The clip that he is referring to was posted on his ex-partner's OnlyFans account and had a thumbnail of Tomic biting Sierra's backside.

She captioned the post: "Oops I convinced Tomic to do something bad. Swipe up to see the video, sorry mum."

But Sierra wasn't the only one who copped a serving during Tomic's Q & A with fans.

Nick Kyrgios. Credit: PA
Nick Kyrgios. Credit: PA

The 29-year-old then made the bold statement that he once beat his fellow countryman Kyrgios and that his style is easy to play against for Tomic.

"Obviously Nick is a good player, probably top six or seven servers in the world. Obviously beat him in Kooyong 6-3 6-4," Tomic said.

"Because I train with him I pick where he's serving and I know where he's at so that style doesn't really bother me."

It didn't take long for the comments to reach Kyrgios who, unsurprisingly, wasted no time in firing off a response.

"I have more titles. I don't think he has any big scalp to his name, no Rafa, no Federer no Djokovic. To say that he's better than me, it's a bit of a stretch," Kyrgios said.

"But we all know what BT's capable of and I wish him the best."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@vanessa5ierra/@real.bernardtomic

Topics: Tennis news, Nick Kyrgios, Australia

Max Sherry
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