Bernard Tomic wins first tournament in four years – after challenging Nick Kyrgios to a boxing bout

Bernard Tomic gets just $3,000 for winning his first tournament in four years – soon after the man he challenged to a high-stakes match, Nick Kyrgios, earned $440,000 at the US Open

  • Fallen Aussie Bernard Tomic has won his first tennis tournament in four years
  • Tomic, 29, beat American Tristan McCormick in the final in Cancun, Mexico
  • In contrast, Tomic’s arch-rival Nick Kyrgios, 27, is in career-best form on ATP tour
  • Kyrgios previously labelled Tomic ‘Australia’s most hated athlete’ in online attack
  • Saw a fired up Tomic challenge Kyrgios to boxing bout or $1million tennis match 

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