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Bernard Tomic arrived in Melbourne Australia on Sunday (January 13) rejuvenated for the Australian Open after winning his ...
first ATP tournament. The Australian won the Sydney International tournament on Saturday (January 12) which has given him added confidence ahead of the Australian Open. Tomic has thrown off the shackles of a miserable end to 2012 and started the new season with eight successive wins, including a stunning victory over world number one Novak Djokovic at the Hopman Cup.
SHOWS: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA (JANUARY 13, 2013) (NETWORK TEN - NO ACCESS AUSTRALIA / .COM.AU INTERNET SITES / ANY INTERNET SITE OF ANY AUSTRALIAN BASED MEDIA ORGANISATIONS OR MOBILE PLATFORMS / AUSTRALIAN NVO CLIENTS / SMH.COM.AU / NEWS.COM.AU) 1. BERNARD TOMIC POSES WITH WOMAN AT MELBOURNE AIRPORT 2. TOMIC POSES FOR PHOTO WITH WOMAN 3. TOMIC POSES WITH TWO CHILDREN 4. TOMIC SIGNING AUTOGRAPHS 5. (SOUNDBITE) (English) BERNARD TOMIC, SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL WINNER, SAYING: "It feels great and, you know, playing this tennis, the crowd's really supporting you. You know, I'm sure I'll get a lot of support down here in Melbourne, I'm going to need it for every match so hopefully I can keep going." 6. TOMIC POSES WITH CHILDREN 7. WOMAN HOLDING BABY 8. TOMIC WALKS OUT OF AIRPORT TERMINAL STORY: Bernard Tomic arrived in Melbourne Australia on Sunday (January 13) rejuvenated for the Australian Open after winning his first ATP tournament. The Australian won the Sydney International tournament on Saturday (January 12) which has given him added confidence ahead of the Australian Open. Tomic has thrown off the shackles of a miserable end to 2012 and started the new season with eight successive wins, including a stunning victory over world number one Novak Djokovic at the Hopman Cup. Saturday's Sydney title success was his first on the ATP Tour and he was still basking in the afterglow when he arrived in Melbourne on Sunday. "It feels great and, you know, playing this tennis, the crowd's really supporting you. You know, I'm sure I'll get a lot of support down here in Melbourne. I'm going to need it for every match, so hopefully I can keep going," he said. Tomic has a rest day on Monday before his first round tie against Argentine Leonardo Mayer, but most local eyes are fixed on a potential third round encounter with Roger Federer, who he played in the last 16 last year.