Eugenie Bouchard is a Canadian professional tennis player. At the 2023 Australian Open, Bouchard used her protected ranking to qualify but was defeated by American Ashlyn Krueger in three sets in the first round. She reached the main draw of the 2023 Mutua Madrid Open using a protected seeding to enter the qualifiers, defeating Dayana Yastremska in the first round.
Eugenie Bouchard Personal Life
Eugenie Bouchard was born on 25 February 1994 in Montreal, Québec, Canada to Michel Bouchard, an investment banker, and Julie Leclair.
Eugenie has a twin sister, Beatrice Bouchard, who is six minutes older. She also has two younger siblings, sister Charlotte (b. 1995) and brother Vilhelmo (b. 1999). Eugenie and her twin sister are named after Prince Andrew’s daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice of York.
Eugenie started playing tennis at the age of five and was a member of Tennis Canada’s National Training Center in Montreal. At the age of 12, she moved to Florida to train with coach Nick Saviano.
Eugenie Bouchard Career
In 2005, Bouchard participated in the Open Super 12 tournament in Auray, France. She won the 2008 ITF Singles and Doubles Championships in Costa Rica and the 2008 All-Canada ITF Singles title in Burlington, Ontario. In 2009, at just 15 years old, she won the Canadian Under-18 Indoor Championships in Toronto. In that event, Bouchard defeated fellow Quebecois Marianne Jodoin to become one of the youngest winners of an indoor event at the age of 15 years and one month. Later that year, she won her first professional match in Caserto, Italy, defeating #798 Frederica Grazioso. She also won the Pan American Closed ITF Championship in the same year.
At the Australian Open, she lost to fifth seed Monica Puig in the junior singles semifinals. A week later, she won her first professional title at the $25,000 Burnie International, defeating 16-year-old qualifier Zheng Saisai in the final. In late July 2011, she defeated 114th-ranked Alison Riske at the Citi Open in College Park. It was her first WTA Tour main event win. With that win, she had a chance to meet No. 2 seed Nadia Petrova in the second round but lost the match. Bouchard reached the semifinals of the junior Australian Open in 2012 for the second consecutive year but lost to Julia Putintseva. Bouchard won her first professional doubles title at the $50,000 tournament in Dothan, Alabama with partner Jessica Pegula. She defeated fellow Canadians Sharon Fichman and Marie-Ève Pelletier in the final.
In May, Bouchard won her third $10,000 professional title in Båstad, defeating Katharina Lehnert in the final. She won her second consecutive ITF title the following week in Båstad when she defeated Milana Špremo in the final. Bouchard won the junior singles title at Wimbledon with a win over third seed Elina Svitolina. She became the first Canadian, either junior or professional, to win a Grand Slam singles tournament. She also won the doubles title for the second year in a row, this time with American Taylor Townsend, defeating Belinda Bencic and Ana Konjuh in the final.
At the Rogers Cup, she upset former world number 11 Shahar Pe’er in the first round. She then lost to 2011 French Open champion Li Na in the next round. Bouchard reached her first $50,000 final at the Saguenay Challenger but lost to Madison Keys. The following week she won her first 50 km at the Toronto Challenger. She also reached the doubles final. In the final tournament of the season, Bouchard lost to Jacqueline Cako and Natalie Pluskota in the double final of $75,000 in Phoenix. Bouchard finished the season ranked 144th in the world. In the 2013 season, Bouchard recruited Nathalie Tauziat to train and travel with her part-time, and Bouchard changed her defense, changing her tactics from the junior level to an aggressive game. Tauzia was let go after the season and Saviano committed to her current role alongside Bouchard.
In the Copa Colsanita, she had to play the qualifying rounds again. She defeated Richèl Hogenkamp in the opening round but lost to Arantxa Parra Santonja in the second. Bouchard played in the main event of the Mexican Open in Acapulco, where she defeated Eva Birnerová in the first round, followed by a win over defending champion and top seed Sara Erran. She received a wild card at the Miami Open and defeated Shahar Pe’er in the opening match before defeating world number one Maria Sharapova in the second round. In the Perering Cup series, she successfully qualified for the main event and tied fellow qualifier Nastassja Burnett, whom she defeated in straight sets. She also beat world number 42 Laura Robson in three sets in the second round, her first top-50 win. Bouchard won her third-round match against former US Open champion Samantha Stosur after the Australian withdrew to book her place in the quarter-finals of the Premier tournament. It was the first top-10 win of his young career. Although she lost to Jelena Janković, her quarterfinal appearance secured her a place in the top 100 for the first time. In the qualifying match at Wimbledon, Bouchard defeated Galina Voskoboeva in three hard sets in the opening match. In the second round, she scored one of the biggest wins of her career when she defeated world number 12 and former number 1 Ana Ivanovic in straight sets on Center Court. However, she was knocked out by Carla Suárez Navarro in the third round.
In early August, Bouchard arrived in Washington, D.C. in the tournament for the doubles final, which is the first WTA final of her career. She defeated Shuko Aoyama and Vera Dushevina in the final with partner Taylor Townsend. The following week, she reached the second round of the Rogers Cup for the second consecutive year, eventually defeating defending champion Petra Kvitová. In the last WTA Premier 5 tournament before the US Open, Bouchard qualified for the second round of the Western and Southern Open but lost to world number one Serena Williams in three sets. At the US Open, she stopped world number 9 Angelique Kerber in the second round. Bouchard reached her second career WTA semifinal at the Challenge Bell in mid-September but was eliminated by Lucie Šafářová. In Osaka, she reached her first career WTA Singles final, becoming the first Canadian woman to reach a WTA Singles final since Rebecca Marino in Memphis in 2011. Bouchard finished the season ranked 32nd in the world.
During the 2013 offseason, she appeared as a guest weather anchor on CTV Montreal. She won both singles matches in the first round of Fed Cup World Group II against Serbia, helping Canada advance to the World Group finals for the first time since 2004. At the French Open, Bouchard defeated Shahar Pe’er, Julia Görges, and Johanna. In the first three rounds, Larsson started the match against world number one Angelique Kerber in the 16th. She won the match in straight sets in just 52 minutes, her fifth win over a top 10 member to reach the quarter-finals. She then defeated Carla Suárez Navarro in three sets, coming back from 2–5 and 1–4 down in the first to reach her second straight Grand Slam semifinal. In the semifinals, she was eliminated by world number 8 and eventual tournament winner Maria Sharapova in three sets.
Bouchard was scheduled to begin her US Open Series campaign at the Washington Open; however, she withdrew from the tournament citing a right knee injury. In her first tournament since Wimbledon, she played the Rogers Cup in her hometown of Montreal. Finishing fifth, she received a first-round bye and faced Shelby Rogers in the opener. Bouchard suffered a shocking three-set loss. Bouchard was seeded seventh at the Cincinnati Open and again lost in three sets in the second round, this time to Svetlana Kuznetsova. At the US Open, she defeated Ekaterina Makarova in the fourth round. Bouchard received a wild card into the main draw at the Hong Kong Open (after forgetting to enter), but withdrew from the US Open due to heatstroke. She was the face of the tournament and was widely promoted. Her last-minute withdrawal drew criticism for allegedly accepting appearance fees and signing contracts, to which the WTA responded by firing a tournament official. At the first Wuhan Open, Bouchard reached her first WTA Premier-5 final, defeating Mona Barthel, Alison Riske, Alizé Cornet, and No. 7 Caroline Wozniacki. She defeated Petra Kvitová in the final in a rematch of the Wimbledon final.
In October, Bouchard qualified for the 2014 WTA Finals in Singapore, joined by top players Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Petra Kvitová, Simona Halep, Agnieszka Radwańska, Ana Ivanovic, and Caroline Wozniacki, but was eliminated. in the circular signatory phase. At the end of the 2014 season, she was voted the WTA Player of the Year. On November 24, 2014, it was announced that Saviano and Bouchard had separated. Bouchard finished the season ranked 7th in the world. Bouchard began her season at the Hopman Cup, representing Canada with Vasek Pospisil. She lost her first match against Czech Lucie Šafářová and Canada lost the tie. Bouchard then beat Serena Williams in a close match with Team USA, while Pospis beat John Isner to beat Canada. They defeated Italy in the final, but despite the victory, they finished second in the group and were eliminated. At the Australian Open, Bouchard lost to Maria Sharapova in the quarterfinals in straight sets.
On February 5, 2015, Bouchard began working with Sam Sumyk, who had previously coached Victoria Azarenka to Grand Slam success. Bouchard began her clay court season at the Family Round Cup. After receiving a bye in the first round, she lost to unseeded Lauren Davis in straight sets in the second round. Bouchard then represented Team Canada at the Fed Cup. She lost both singles match to Romania’s Alexandra Dulgheru and Andreea Mitu. Canada was thus relegated to the World Group II division. Bouchard lost her first-round match against Barbora Strýcová at the Madrid Open after winning the first set and breaking in the second, ending her then six-match losing streak. The following week at the Italian Open, she won her first match since March, defeating Zarina Diyas in the second round, but lost to eventual finalist Carla Suárez Navarro in the second round. At the French Open, Bouchard was eliminated in the first round, losing to Kristina Mladenovic. At the Rogers Cup in August, her first tournament in over a month and her home tournament, Bouchard again defeated eventual champion Belinda Bencic in the first round. Ana Ivanovic said about it: “I went through it and it’s not easy”, “And every person or player goes through it differently because of their nature. And (Bouchard) is very young. I think it’s important to go back to her basics and what works for her and try and listen to yourself. (Do) what she needs to do instead of being too influenced by outside people. “Surround yourself with the right people and then stick with it.” The following week, she reached the second round of two semifinals against Kateryna Bondarenko at the Western and Southern Open, her first match win since June, but she ultimately received defeat and was eliminated in the quarterfinals by Elina Svitolina.
In New Haven, Bouchard easily defeated Roberta Vinci in the first round. At her home tournament, the Rogers Cup, Bouchard reached the third round, defeating Lucie Šafářová and world number 10 Dominika Cibulkova. Her run was interrupted by Kristína Kučová, who was eliminated. She next competed at the Rio Summer Olympics and won her opening match over Sloane Stephens before losing to world number two Angelique Kerber in the next round. She also reached the second round in doubles with Gabriela Dabrowski. At the US Open, Bouchard lost in the first round to Kateřina Sinikova. Bouchard finished the season ranked 47th in the world.
Bouchard started the year at the Brisbane International. Shelby Rogers defeated her in the first round. At the Sydney International, Bouchard defeated world number 23 Zhang Shuai in the first round. She then defeated world number 6 Dominika Cibulkova to set up a quarter-final match with world number 27 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, whom she defeated to reach her first semi-final since February 2016. She lost to world number one Johanna Konta. At the Australian Open, Bouchard defeated Louisa Chirico and Peng Shuai in her first two matches but lost to CoCo Vandeweghe in three sets in the third round. In the next four tournaments, at the Mexican Open, Indian Wells Masters, Miami Open, and Monterrey Open respectively, she lost in the first round. At the Washington Open in August, she reached her second WTA doubles final but lost to Shuko Aoyama and Renata Voráčova with partner Sloane Stephens.
At the Luxembourg Open, her final tournament of the season in October, she and her partner Kirsten Flipkens reached the doubles final but were defeated by Lesley Kerkhove and Lidziya Marozava. In December, it was announced that Bouchard’s lawsuit against the USTA (regarding Bouchard’s alleged head injury sustained on slippery surfaces in the physical therapy room at the 2015 US Open) would take place in late February 2018 and was expected to continue. about ten days. Bouchard finished the season ranked 81st in the world. At the Australian Open, she defeated Océane Dodin in the opening round and lost to world number one Simona Halep in the second round. After a string of poor results early in the season, including failure at the French Open, Bouchard’s world ranking dropped to 194 in early June, her lowest ranking in six years. She slowly improved her ranking over the next few months, starting with qualifying for the main draw of Wimbledon, where she lost to Ashleigh Barty in the second round. Bouchard continued this in the semifinals of the Gstaad Women’s Championship, raising her ranking to 123rd in the world.
At the US Open, she showed glimpses of the player she once was, dropping just seven games in three qualifying matches in front of a packed crowd. In the main event, she continued her dominance in qualifying, dispatching French wildcard Harmony Tan 6–3, 6–1. Bouchard was eliminated from the tournament in the second round, falling to Markéta Vondroušová in straight sets. It was also the first time since her concussion in 2015 that she won a match at the US Open. In February, Bouchard received a wild card for the premier 5 tournament in Dubai. She beat Vera Lapko in the first round before losing to third seed Simona Halep in the second round. A loss to Halep would start a huge losing streak for Bouchard and her worst form since her first loss in 2015. Bouchard has not won a match at Indian Wells, Miami, French Open, Eastbourne, Wimbledon, Lausanne, Washington and Rogers Cup, Vancouver, and Bronx to extend her losing streak to 11 matches in WTA main events, qualifiers, and ITF circuit play.
At the US Open, Bouchard’s losing streak was extended to 12 matches when she lost to 12th seed Anastasija Sevastova. Bouchard’s ranking dropped from the top 150 in the world after losing at the US Open. At the Istanbul Cup, Bouchard qualified for the main event and later reached the final of the event, upsetting top seed Svetlana Kuznetsova. In the final, she faced Romanian Patricia Maria Țig, who lost in three sets. Despite the loss, Bouchard rose more than 100 places in the rankings to world number 167, winning a Wild Card in the French Open.
At the 2020 French Open, Bouchard reached the third round before losing in straight sets to eventual champion Iga Świątek. It was the first time Bouchard had advanced to the third round of a Grand Slam since the 2017 Australian Open. Bouchard finished the season ranked 141st in the world. Bouchard began her season at the 2021 Australian Open Qualifier but lost to Yuan Yue in straight sets in the second round. In March, Bouchard received the wild card at the Zapopan Open to reach her eighth career WTA final and her second in six months after four strong wins. She lost in the final in straight sets to Spain’s fourth seed Sara Sorribes Tormo. The result improved Bouchard’s ranking to 116th in the world.
Bouchard later revealed that she tore her right shoulder in her first-round match against Caroline Dolehide, which later required joint surgery in June. The injury ended Bouchard’s 2021 season. Bouchard finished the season ranked 246th in the world. While recovering from shoulder surgery, Bouchard began working as a color commentator for The Tennis Channel. At the US Open, Bouchard tried to reach the main draw but was eliminated in the second round by Czech No. 4 Linda Noskova in straight sets. Bouchard received the wild card at the Chennai Open, where she reached the quarterfinals after two straight sets win over Joanne Züger and Karman Thandi. She then narrowly lost to Nadia Podoroska in three sets. The result improved Bouchard’s ranking to 502nd in the world.
In October, Bouchard qualified for the WTA 500 in Ostrava, impressively defeating two top 100 players. In the main draw, she lost to sixth seed Belinda Bencic in three straight games in the first round. At the WTA 1000 in Guadalajara, Bouchard received a wild card into the main event and defeated American qualifier Kayla Day in the first round. She then lost to 12th-ranked Jelena Ostapenko in three sets. Bouchard finished the season ranked 323rd in the world.
Bouchard began her 2023 season as a wild card in the New Zealand ASB Classic qualifying draw. Despite a strong opening-round win against 11th seed Ann Li, Bouchard was forced to withdraw from the tournament before the second round of qualifying due to food poisoning. At the 2023 Australian Open, Bouchard used her protected ranking to qualify but was defeated by American Ashlyn Krueger in three sets in the first round. She reached the main draw of the 2023 Mutua Madrid Open using a protected seeding to enter the qualifiers, defeating Dayana Yastremska in the first round.
World Team Tennis
Bouchard played four seasons with World TeamTennis since her league debut with the Kansas City Explorers in 2009, followed by seasons with the Texas Wild in 2013, the New York Empire in 2017, and the Orange County Breakers in 2019. It was announced that she would join the Chicago Smash in their debut season at WTT in the 2020 season, which begins on July 12 at The Greenbrier. Bouchard dominated the 2020 Smash Women’s Doubles season with Bethanie Mattek-Sands, finishing the season 11-5, helping Smash earn the #2 seed in the WTT Finals. Smash defeated the Orlando Storm in the semifinals before falling to the New York Empire in a super fight for the championship.
Eugenie Bouchard Net Worth
In 2016, she became the top 10 of the world’s highest-paid female athletes. She earns around $6.2 million per year. Her career prize money sums up to US$6,685,018.
She also earns huge money from sponsorships. She has worked with many big brands like Coca-Cola, Aviva, Usana, Nike, New Balance, and Yonex.
Eugenie Bouchard Relationship
She has dated several different athletes over the years. In 2020, she was rumored to be dating Mason Rudolph but the couple soon split their ways.
After exiting in the first round of the US Open in September 2019, Eugenie was spotted on the beach in Miami with investment banker Connor Davis. Connor is the brother of American supermodel and former tennis player Hannah Jeter. The relationship didn’t last long, as Eugenie said during the 2020 Covid lockdown that “quarantine would be more fun with a boyfriend”. It suggested that Eugenie and Connor ended their relationship.
Eugenie had a relationship with hockey player Jordan Caron. The couple was spotted vacationing together and sometimes even walking down the street hand in hand. In 2017, they were photographed together in Spain.
In 2022, she began dating Jack Brinkley-Cook, who is the son of model Christie Brinkley.
Eugenie Bouchard Education
Eugenie attended The Study, a private all-girls school in Westmount, Montreal, Canada. She is a brilliant student of mathematics and science and once considered a career as a physician. She knows both French and English. Eugenie Bouchard Instagram Account
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Eugenie Bouchard Physical Stats
|Height||in centimeters- 178 cm
in meters- 1.78 m
in feet- 5′ 10″
|Weight||in Kilograms- 61 kg (in 2015)
in Pounds- 134 lbs (Approx.)
Eugenie Bouchard Wiki/Bio
|Full Name||Eugenie “Genie” Bouchard|
|Date Of Birth||25 February 1994|
|Age||29 (as of 2023)|
|Birthplace||Montreal, Québec, Canada|
|Residence||Miami Beach, Florida, Nassau, Bahamas|
|Profession||professional tennis player|
|Parents||Father- Michel Bouchard
Mother- Julie Leclair
|Siblings||William Bouchard, Beatrice Bouchard, Charlotte Bouchard|
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