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I think the thing that stands out for me is the lighting arrangement. I see that you have some side or at least oblique lighting to help with definition of your round subjects.
But you also have what looks like "on axis" lighting that is "glaring" straight back at you. If you look at the wine glass in particular, you can see how it has 'obliterated' the glass stem into a highlight blur, without much definition.
Having the strong frontal highlight becomes a bit of a distraction for me in the tomato & glass. If you can dial back your front lighting so that it is more of a fill intensity rather than a key intensity ... and/or move it "off axis" I think you'll get more "modeling" to give definition to your subjects.
As to the selective focus, with the wine glass in the back, I think that is fine enough, but the chosen aperture is showing the shape of the aperture blades fairly pronounced, such that it is another distraction for me. I like seeing the wine glass trying to frame the tomato, but I wonder if some tweaking there could improve that relationship a smidgeon.
It also seems to be overexposed a bit.