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Bernard Tomic amazed at career, despite lack of effort at times https://tmbw.news/bernard-tomic-amazed-at-career-despite-lack-of-effort-at-times  Bernard Tomic says he has never "really tried" throughout his tennis career, adding that he has probably been operating at "around 50%".The Australian claimed he was bored during his straight-set defeat by Mischa Zverev at Wimbledon on 4 July.A series of lacklustre displays has seen the 24-year-old drop from 17 in the world last year to 73."Tennis chose me. It's something I never fell in love with," Tomic told Australia's Channel Seven."Throughout my career I've given 100%. I've given also 30%. But if you balance it out, I think all my career's been around 50%."I haven't really tried, and still achieved all this. So it's just amazing what I've done."'I'm trapped and I have to do it'Tomic has won three ATP Tour titles and has earned almost £4m in career prize money, including £35,000 for his defeat by Zverev.However, he has not won a tour title since 2015 and has struggled for form this year, winning just nine matches overall and losing in the first rounds at the French Open...Read more on TmBW.News
Wimbledon on the BBC  Venue: All England Club Dates: 3-16 July  Coverage: Follow on BBC TV BBC Radio and online with further coverage across Red Button Connected TVs and BBC Sport website.  Roger Federer warmed up for Wimbledon by winning a record ninth title at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle Germany.  The 35-year-old Swiss who is aiming for a record eighth Wimbledon crown and 19th Grand Slam title beat Alexander Zverev 6-1 6-3 in 53 minutes. German Zverev 20 beat Federer in last year's semi-final. "It was by far my best match of the week. I'm feeling excellent and it's a pleasure to be back" said Federer who skipped the clay-court season to rest. Wimbledon starts on Monday 3 July.  Maclagan: Federer's form 'remarkable'  Spain's Lopez ends wait for Queen's win  Kvitova wins first title since stabbing  Federer who dropped just nine points on his serve has won four titles this year a tally matched only by long-time rival Rafael Nadal. Federer won the Australian Open in January - his first Grand Slam success in five years - despite not playing in the previous six months claimed the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells in March and won the Miami Open two weeks later. In May he announced he would miss the French Open and the rest of the clay-court season to concentrate on the grass- and hard-court seasons. Federer produced an imperious display against world number 12 Zverev who is regarded as one of the world's most promising players and reached the top 10 this year after winning three titles. "It has been a difficult year. I have spent a lot of time on practice training and rehab so it is nice to be back on court" said Federer who suffered a surprise defeat by Tommy Haas in Stuttgart this month. "I'm not sure if I am going to win this tournament again so I want to enjoy it as much as I can." Top seed Federer broke to love in the opening game established a 4-0 lead and wrapped up the first set in 22 minutes. He survived a break point in the opening game of the second set - the only chance created by Zverev - before sealing victory with a backhand volley. Federer whose first success at Halle came in 2003 has won 92 career titles from 140 finals.