Tomic’s girlfriend Vanessa Sierra jokes she can make more X-rated OnlyFans content in hotel quarantine with tennis star

BERNARD TOMIC’s amateur porn star girlfriend has blasted Australian Open chiefs – but joked she could use the two weeks in quarantine to ‘make some fine content for my OnlyFans’.

Yet the pair – as well as world No.1 Novak Djokovic – have been criticised by fellow tennis pros and uncompromising Government officials for their whinging and whining in quarantine.

Vanessa Sierra is currently confined to a Melbourne hotel room with tennis star boyfriend Bernard Tomic
The OnlyFans star joked she could spend the two weeks making ‘some fine content’

Former Oz Love Island contestant Vanessa Sierra – a high-profile supplier of content to adult subscription site OnlyFans – posted a YouTube video from their Melbourne hotel room.

In the video blog, she said they were so bored they were playing computer games for up to 11 hours a day.

She alleged the official food supplied to stars is “s***”, saying they are spending £100s instead on takeaway meals.

Vanessa also complained that she is being forced to “poop” in front of him for the first time.

World No.228 Tomic, 28, is not allowed out of his room due to a positive Covid-19 test on his flight to Melbourne after qualification in the Middle East.

The Aussie couple are moaning about having to wash plates in the bathroom, the lack of space to exercise, having no fresh sheets – and, err, sharing toilet secrets.

Vanessa told her social media followers: “There is only one bathroom – and I’ve never pooped in front of Bernard.

“I don’t know what I’m going to do. It’s day three. I just cannot do it front of him. I haven’t broken that barrier in the relationship yet.

Vanessa Sierra has built a loyal following on social media

The OZ Love Island star has moaned that she has to wash her own hair

“And this is the other worst part of quarantine?

“I don’t wash my own hair, I have never washed my own hair, it’s just not something I do.

“I normally have hairdressers that do it twice a week for me. This is the situation that we are dealing with. What is going on? I cannot wait to get out of quarantine just to get my hair done.”

Vanessa later hit back at the criticism, claiming she had donated £10,000s of money to charity, and labelling Aussie TV the “true definitions of class clowns on a witch hunt”.

There are 72 players confined to their hotel rooms in Melbourne for 14 days after positive coronavirus tests on their respective flights.

Officials say at least nine infected people – including one player – are in quarantine.

Vanessa Sierra has been documenting her experience on social media

She says she has ‘never pooped in front’ of her boyfriend

In Adelaide, Djokovic reckons the rules are too tough, pushing for better facilities on behalf of the rest of the players.

In a list of reported demands, the Serbian called for less time in isolation, private housing, permission to visit coaches and decent food.

Aussie Nick Kyrgios, who has not played professionally since February 2020, was not impressed with the complaints and demands.

Kyrgios tweeted: “Djokovic is a tool. I don’t mind Bernie but his Mrs obviously has no perspective, ridiculous scenes.”

Australian Sam Groth, a former tennis star, said: “Is Djokovic serious? It’s a selfish political move to gain popularity.

“And given his behaviour at the Adria Tour, where he and several other players contracted and spread the virus, he’s the last person anyone is going to take Covid advice from.”

Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews turned down those requests, saying players in strict quarantine will get “no special treatment”.

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No-nonsense Andrews said: “The virus doesn’t treat you specially, so neither do we.

“I know there’s been a bit of chatter from a number of players about the rules.

“The rules apply to them as they apply to everybody else and they were all briefed on that before they came and that was the condition on which they came. So there’s no special treatment here.

“People can list their demands but the answer is: No.”

Gordon Reid, the British wheelchair Slam champion, said it’s a “minority that are kicking up a fuss”.


Players have resorted to hitting balls against the walls and windows of their rooms to stay sharp.

The first day of scheduled five-hour practice was abandoned for some aces with Britain’s Katie Boulter waiting unsuccessfully by her hotel door for the chance to train.

The Australian Open is set to start on February 8 but it is surely a matter of time before someone snaps and really falls foul of the local police.

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