Tennis Today: From winners to whiners, is Bernie Tomic done?

In Tennis Today, Bernard Tomic leads the entertainment/drama, T365 looks at the Australian Open winners and losers and, oh look, more Tomic drama.

What’s on the site
Who were the big winners and who were the losers at the 2018 Australian Open? Check out our, erm, winners and losers column.

Or maybe you are interested in a bit tennis-football mix? Then see if you agree with our five-a-side football team featuring tennis players.

Bernard Tomic is still making headlines around the world as it looks as if his Davis Cup career, and perhaps his tennis career as a whole, may be over – that’s according to Lleyton Hewitt.

And that roof debate continues to rumble on with Marin Cilic admitting it was difficult to acclimatise during the early stages of the Australian Open final against Roger Federer due to the closed roof.

Aside from a vaguely-improved bank account, Federer also banked some vital points with his Australian Open win while Hyeon Chung was the big mover in the rankings.

What’s in the news
No one saw this coming. Oh wait.

Bernie Tomic lasted only a day and a bit on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here “after bailing from a tucker challenge that saw him hang from a ledge suspended above a canyon

No longer able to win tennis matches on a regular basis, can’t crack it as a reality TV star. What’s next for Bernie?

Oh yes, did we mention he says he wished he never got into tennis?

Sticking with the Aussies, Sam Stosur says she wouldn’t mind an extended clay court season as it would lessen the impact on the body – which would also be a good thing for Rafa Nadal.

What’s on social media
Just Roger Federer talking about No 20 and No 6.

The show must go on after the Australian Open and here’s a nice rally to get you going again.

Imagine competing in an obstacle race with someone who has won 23 Grand Slam singles titles.

Sloane Stephens is looking for some love as her wretched run continues…

What’s on TV
WTA Taiwan Open
Top seed Peng Shuai kicks off her campaign while Sam Stosur and Eugenie Bouchard will also be in action.

LIVE – BT Sport 2

WTA St Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy
Guess who has entered this tournament? That’s right, new world No 1 and Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki. However, the Dane won’t feature on day two with Julia Goerges, Dominica Cibulkova and Petra Kvitova the headline acts.

LIVE – BT Sport 1