'A pair of spoilt brats': What Bec Hewitt REALLY thinks of tennis tantrum-throwers Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios - as husband Lleyton puts his 'heart and soul' into helping them

She's the wife of former world number one professional tennis player Lleyton Hewitt.

And Bec Hewitt is reportedly unhappy her husband is putting 'his heart and soul' into trying to get controversial stars Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic focused.

The 33-year-old allegedly has been arguing with Lleyton, 36, 'for months to stop spending so much time on Bernard and Nick', according to Woman's Day

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Tension: Bec Hewitt is reportedly unhappy her husband Lleyton Hewitt is putting 'his heart and soul' into trying to get controversial stars Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic focused

Tension: Bec Hewitt is reportedly unhappy her husband Lleyton Hewitt is putting 'his heart and soul' into trying to get controversial stars Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic focused

'Bec's open about saying Bernard and Nick need to grow up and that they're just a couple of spoilt brats,' relayed a 'family friend' to the publication. 

As Australia's Davis Cup captain and coach, Lleyton has reportedly placed pressure on himself to whip Nick, 22, and Bernard, 24, into shape.

Nick exited Wimbledon early due to injury and made headlines after trading insults with Channel 9's Tony Jones, who said Serena Williams could beat him in a match.

Stress: As Australia's Davis Cup captain and coach, Lleyton has reportedly placed pressure on himself to whip Nick, 22, and Bernard, 24, into shape

Stress: As Australia's Davis Cup captain and coach, Lleyton has reportedly placed pressure on himself to whip Nick, 22, and Bernard, 24, into shape

'Spoilt brats': Bernard announced he was 'bored' with playing tennis and admitted to faking an injury during his first-round knockout.

'Spoilt brats': Bernard announced he was 'bored' with playing tennis and admitted to faking an injury during his first-round knockout.

Controversial: Nick exited Wimbledon early due to injury and made headlines after trading insults with Channel 9's Tony Jones, who said Serena Williams could beat him in a match

Controversial: Nick exited Wimbledon early due to injury and made headlines after trading insults with Channel 9's Tony Jones, who said Serena Williams could beat him in a match

And Bernard announced he was 'bored' with playing tennis and admitted to faking an injury during his first-round knockout.

Lleyton is reportedly providing 'unwavering support' to the two troubled players, which has allegedly left Bec feeling 'increasingly isolated and unappreciated'.

'He just doesn't have the time or energy to deal with problems at home on top of everything else,' the source claimed.

Encouraging: Lleyton is reportedly providing 'unwavering support' to the two troubled players, which has allegedly left Bec feeling 'increasingly isolated and unappreciated'

Encouraging: Lleyton is reportedly providing 'unwavering support' to the two troubled players, which has allegedly left Bec feeling 'increasingly isolated and unappreciated'

'She's finding it difficult to understand why he cares so much when Bernard and Nick don't even see to care about their own careers,' they added. 

In November 2001, Lleyton became the youngest male ever to be ranked number one in the world in singles at the age of 20 years, 8 months and 26 days.

He married Bec, a former Home and Away actress, in July 2005 and they have three children together: Mia, 11, Cruz, eight, and Ava, six.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Lleyton's representation for comment. 

'She's finding it difficult to understand why he cares so much when Bernard and Nick don't even see to care about their own careers,' they added

'She's finding it difficult to understand why he cares so much when Bernard and Nick don't even see to care about their own careers,' they added

For more on Bec and Lleyton Hewitt, pick up the new issue of Woman's Day

For more on Bec and Lleyton Hewitt, pick up the new issue of Woman's Day

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