Tomic was granted a 12-month one-point good-behaviour licence last month after a string of hooning and driving offences across the city.
It lasted less than a month, with the Gold Coast Bulletin reporting the 20-year-old was caught speeding on Tuesday morning in a bright yellow Ferrari travelling at a speed of 78kmh through the 60kmh zone.
It was a $220 ticket and carries a loss of three demit points - which means game, set and match for Tomic's open licence.
But while his star remains on the rise in tennis, he continues to make as many headlines through his driving indiscretions and fractious relationship with Tennis Australia and Davis Cup captain Pat Rafter.
At the end of 2011, after being pulled over for 'hooning' in his bright orange BMW M3, Tomic claimed he was being victimised by a "jealous" Gold Coast traffic cop.
Tomic alleged he was being targeted by the officer, who he refused to name, and said he was "scared".
"He doesn't like me for some reason ... he's always on my tail,'' the teenager said.
"I think it's really bad. I haven't done a thing wrong - I just go about my business as a tennis player.''