Exciting Australian Bernard Tomic took time to answer Facebook questions from Delray Beach over the weekend.
Among them, Tomic said that he considers Milos Raonic to be a future challenger to No. 1 throne, that his slice gets him out of trouble.
He said his fourth round win over Xavier Malisse at Wimbledon last year was the biggest, he is not sure if he’ll play mixed doubles with Sam Stosur at the Olympics and he wants to win Wimbledon.
He added that he considers taking a set of Roger Federer was more exciting than taking one off of Novak Djokovic.
“A set from Roger,” the 19-year-old old. “It’s a big feeling, different feeling to get a set off a true great like that.”
Tomic got that set off Federer in Davis Cup in September. He also won a set off Djokovic in the Wimbledon quarterfinals.
Tomic, who was such a story at the Australian Open this year, won his first round match at Delray Beach last night beating German veteran Tommy Haas 64, 63.
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