Posted: 12/04/2014 at 20:46
MPTV, soz to say but they look a sorry sight. They do look wet & spindly. Also think you've potted on into too larger plant pots. If you let them dry out they may recover
If you don't have a greenhouse to grow toms in and yours need to be outsided I'd wait few more week and sow some more. When they have grown true leaves I would stand outside on nice warm days and take inside at night, & then "harden off" before planting outside. I get loads of self sets from my compost that appear mid June and produce cherry toms.
Maybe consider some outdoor bush variety toms.
Hope I haven't disheartened you.