Eugenie Bouchard is irresistible in her dress with a dizzying slit: PICS inside!

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Eugenie Bouchard is irresistible in her dress with a dizzying slit: PICS inside!

Eugenie Bouchard has achieved 2.3 million followers on Instagram, where she is among the most popular athletes in the sport. On social media she often posts photos with truly irresistible outfits or bathing suits, which perfectly sculpt her statuesque physique.

In one of her very recent posts, during an event and a dinner, Genie wears a fantastic light baige evening dress, very tight and which leaves the left shoulder uncovered. The dress has a dizzying split on the right side. The final result? The Canadian tennis player is obviously beautiful, to the delight of her followers.

Genie on Serena Williams and on Roger Federer

Over the course of the season, Bouchard talked about two tennis legends who retired in 2022: Serena Williams and Roger Federer.

About Serena, Eugenie explained: "With all due respect to Margaret Court, but she played when tennis was not professional and when over half of women tennis players couldn't even go to Australia to play. It was a different time and Serena has changed the sport.

Before her and Venus tennis was only for white women tennis players, everything changed with them. She intimidated opponents with her strength and was the first to do so in women's tennis." On Roger Federer, the Canadian said: "I have always adored Roger Federer.

His class and elegance were truly unique. There will never be anyone like him. If there are boys or girls who are inspired by me, it is a real honor . I remember as a child watching my idols on TV and wanting their autographs. Being that person for someone else is an honor.

I really appreciate the support of people. I hope I can inspire people both on and off the court." David Nalbandian also commented on the Swiss Maestro's retirement: "The announcement of his farewell didn't surprise me at all.

He has had many problems in recent years and his knee couldn't take it anymore. It's never nice when an athlete is forced to quit due to injuries. We all wanted Roger to play forever, but his retirement was inevitable." Source: pic by Eugenie Bouchard Instagram account