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Tomic blasts Hewitt in explosive interview

Tomic blasts Hewitt in explosive interview

BERNARD Tomic has hit back at Lleyton Hewitt after Australia's Davis Cup captain stated it was unlikely he will ever play in the competition again - and Karl Stefanovic doesn't like it.

'I think the important thing (is) there's a reason why I played David Cup at the youngest age for Australia in history, ' he said. Get Me Out of Here after just three days but said his appearance had brought into focus his desire to become a top-tier tennis player again.

Hewitt is an avid admirer of Thompson, but said last week that his confidence was down after a lean trot in singles, speaking of him more in terms of being a doubles contender in Brisbane.

"We need to get around our athletes and help out were we can, and to all the people around Bernard hopefully he has that support because times do get tough in the spotlight, even I've been there".

The 25-year-old left the Ten Network's I'm A Celebrity. They know they can't win without me and I know they can't win without me'.

Team captain Michael Kohlmann said Zverev tried desperately to prove his fitness but the world No. 53 could not shrug off the viral infection that sabotaged his Australian Open campaign.

"He's digging a big hole for himself that he may never get out of", he said of Tomic, who has a 17-4 Cup record.

"I don't want to spend half my time depressed here and thinking about how I played the a year ago and where I should be", he said.

Kohlmann was there when de Minaur enjoyed his first career breakthrough, reaching a second-tier Challenger tour final at Eckental, Germany in late 2016 as a qualifier.

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TROUBLED tennis star Bernard Tomic has revealed his new post-jungle reality will be back on the training court after admitting his South African adventure did not come at the right time.

The suffering tennis player also reiterated his previous controversial claims of corruption within Tennis Australia.

"I'm not content with that entire circumstance with Tennis Australia", he said. "There's a lot going on there. he would do well to stop and do some work on himself".

"We've bent over backwards to help Bernie in so many ways".

"It's dependent upon them to settle ... however we have a couple of wrong individuals in that association and I trust that can change and as well as can be expected be playing Davis glass once more". "I need to get back on the court".

"He (Hewitt) is always competitive but the rest of us are just as competitive, " Peers said.

"For me, he's made some mistakes and it will be a long way back " For me, he's made some mistakes and it will be a long way back".

"I got to top 16-17 in the world so you can't get to where I've got to if you're not mentally strong".

"As soon as I get back I'll be training, getting ready to go to particularly tournaments and stuff and where I should be in the sport, in the top 20, top 15 and push for the top five in the world".