Eugenie Bouchard is enjoying her off season between holidays, workouts and breathtaking clothes, like the one the beautiful Canadian tennis player wore at George Strait's Las Vegas concert. Genie looked like a very sensual cowgirl, in a dress with a dizzying slit that showed off her beautiful legs.
The Canadian tennis player shared photos and videos from both the night at the concert on Instagram, a social media site where she has over 2.3 million followers. "It's a lifestyle," Eugenie Bouchard wrote her social media.
Eugenie on Emma Raducanu
Emma Raducanu did not experience a particularly happy 2022, on the tennis courts, after winning her first Grand Slam at the US Open at the age of 18 last season.
The very young British player has won only four games since the success signed in Flushing Meadows and lost some matches collecting less than 5 games. Raducanu has received several criticisms for having signed numerous endorsement deals with some of the most famous companies in the world, including Tiffany & Co., Dior, Porsche and Vodafone UK.
According to some tennis enthusiasts, who have expressed their opinion by commenting on her latest performance on her web, the player born in 2002 would have given more weight to off-court factors than to the tournaments played.
Eugenie Bouchard defended Emma Raducanu on social media. Emma wrote a few months ago: "Maybe people watch the news or follow social media and see me sign this or that deal. But I think it's quite misleading, because I actually train at least six hours a day and I spend as many hours in the club.
But just posting in the car on my way to training and everyone thinks: she's not focused on tennis. I think it's unfair to me, but it's something I've learned to deal with. My commitments to sponsors are quite limited. It's about three or four days every three months, so it's not that much time." In the same situation as her, for obvious reasons, Eugenie Bouchard also found herself on more than one occasion.
The Canadian tried to support Raducanu and commented on his interview on his Twitter account: "I understand you, Emma."