Tennis Today: Temper tantrums, Tomic (not his), and top 10s

In Tennis Today, Roger Federer’s top 10 Grand Slam titles, Bernard Tomic’s new leaf, and the best of the Australian Open’s tantrums.

What’s on the site
We have ranked Roger Federer’s Top 10 Grand Slam titles. See if you agree.

If you feel like you need a break from work then do take our quizzes on the 2018 Australian Open champions Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki.

So who will take over the mantle from Federer and Rafael Nadal one day. Rod Laver believes it will be an Australian. Definitely not Bernie Tomic.

Speaking of Tomic, yip we just can’t help it, he is looking to turn over a new leaf after his time in the jungle and has called his stint on ‘I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here!’ a “huge wake-up call” with tennis’ bad boy saying he wants to return to the court.

But while he may, or may not return, a leading medical specialist fears he won’t have to play the world’s top five players too often as they are the most likely to get injured given a whole host of factors.

What’s in the news
With his 20th Grand Slam title in his pocket, Forbes has a look at the six reasons why Roger Federer just keeps on winning, and winning, and winning.

Bernie T’s fans are worried after his wellbeing

So much so that a wave of social media support for the underfire Aussie forced Channel 10 to delete a “bloody disgraceful” tweet.

And completely off topic, Eurosport brings you the top five tantrums from the Australian Open.

What’s on social media
Can Rafael Nadal match his peak match-day heart rate during a spirited drive of the Kia Stinger? Find out how he performed in the Kia challenge.

Boris Becker had a chat with the media ahead of Germany’s Davies Cup tie against Australia.

Bethanie Mattek-Sands is working hard to get back into the game…

It is tiring just watching her…

Maria Sharapova has it all…

What’s on TV
WTA Taiwan Open
Fourth seed Timea Babos, the fifth-ranked Yulia Putintseva and Monica Nicolescu will be among those who feature.

06:00-14:00
LIVE – BT Sport 2

WTA St Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy
Top seed and world No 1 Caroline Wozniacki will only feature on Thursday. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Petra Kvitova are scheduled to play.

12:00-19:30
LIVE – BT Sport 1

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