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Eugenie Bouchard is one of the most beautiful and talented Canadian tennis player. She is currently living in Miami. She is supposedly the first Canadian born tennis player who represented Canada in the 2014 Wimbledon Championships and was fortunate to reach the final of a Grand Slam tournament in singles. She finished runner-up to Petra Kvitová. She’s a former World No.5, and her ranking is currently 341.
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She participated in Grand Slam finals in 2014 in tournament “Wimbledon” but unfortunately is lost the match. She participated in many WTA Premier Mandatory and Premier 5 finals. She won many matches whereas she lost many games. But yet she never gave up. Bouchard has had a fantastic run at the Premier 5 Pan Pacific Open.
Eugenie Bouchard is the twin daughter of Michel Bouchard, an investment banker, and Julie Leclair. Beatrice Bouchard was Eugenie’s twin sister, who is six minutes older to her. Other than Beatrice, Eugenie has two more younger siblings, a sister named Charlotte, who was born in the year 1995 and a brother named William, who was born in the year 1999.
Inspirational Quotes by Eugenie Bouchard
Maria Sharapova winning Wimbledon at 17, I don't think that's ever going to happen again. It's a different game now. I need to stay focused and work on my game, and it will come.Eugenie Bouchard
I'm not a cooking person, so there's not much in the fridge. On the rare occasion that I do cook, I make myself breakfast. Eggs are my go-to in the morning for some protein. Orange juice as well. You have to start your day off with that.Eugenie Bouchard
I have very vivid dreams, and often - this happens to me at least a few times a week - I don't know if something happened in real life or in a dream. I'm like, 'Mom, did this neighbor come over, or was it a dream?' And she's like, 'No, what are you talking about?'Eugenie Bouchard
I'm very hard on myself. Sometimes too hard on myself. When I lost in the Wimbledon finals, I was so sad, I cried. I had the runner-up trophy! It's still a great accomplishment, but I was so mad.Eugenie Bouchard
I don't really think dreams have real meaning. Some people believe in that. I just think it's your brain, after a day of crazy random pieces of information jumbled together, creating interesting stories. I just view it as entertainment.Eugenie Bouchard