TENNIS badboy Bernard Tomic has made his X-rated debut on an OnlyFans video with his Love Island girlfriend Vanessa Sierra.
The Aussie, now ranked 224 in the world, hasn't played since the tour temporarily shutdown in March.
But he has been keeping himself busy off the court by romancing Sierra.
The couple went public with their relationship by posting a series of raunchy Instagram posts last week.
Now a clip of the pair has appeared on the reality TV star’s OnlyFans page.
Tomic appeared in a footage on Sunday after they released a teaser image on the 25-year-old’s Instagram page.
That showed the tennis ace, 28, lying across Sierra’s legs on the floor and biting her bare bottom as she faces the lens in just her underwear.
She shared the image on her Insta story along with a link to the adult film site that fans can pay to watch the video in full.
Sierra captioned it with: “Oops I convinced Tomic to do something bad. Swipe up to see the video, sorry mum.”
The beauty shot to fame during the 2019 television show Love Island and has since turned her attention to the adult subscription site OnlyFans, where she previously appeared with exes.
Meanwhile Tomic has never been far from the headlines amid tanking accusations, public spats and legal issues.
He was linked with Bachelor contestant Kaitlyn Hoppe, 26, earlier this year but they have not been in contact for over two months.
Having struggled to cope with early success, and the guidance of controversial father John Tomic, Bernard's career has veered from one extreme to the other.
Two years after his breakthrough result at Wimbledon, father John was arrested and jailed for eight months for headbutting Bernard's hitting partner Thomas Drouet.
He recovered to record his career high No17 ranking in 2016.
But his form and application appeared to veer off a cliff, culminating in an embarrassing four-day appearance on Australia's 2018 edition of I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here.
He appeared to turn a corner, remarkably returning to the ATP winner's circle with a title in Chengdu just eight months later.
But his form and application has again been in question since, having been fined his entire prize money after a 58-minute loss to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at Wimbledon last year, for a perceived lack of effort.
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