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Bernard Tomic breaks through for big four-year first

Bernard Tomic has won his first tournament in four years, an ATF event in Cancun, Mexico. Picture:DAVID GRAY/AFP via Getty Images)

Bernard Tomic has broken through for his first tournament victory since 2018, overcoming world No.671 Tristan McCormick in the final of the ITF tournament in Cancun, Mexico.

The Australian former World No.17, now ranked a lowly 801st, enjoyed one of his best performances in recent memory, not dropping a set on his way to tournament victory.

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The 29-year-old’s 7-6(4) 6-3 victory over the American represented his first tour triumph since he lifted the trophy at the Chengdu ATP event in China in 2018, where he toppled Fabio Fognini.

After sensationally claiming he was still capable of winning Wimbledon in a revealing…

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