Eugenie Bouchard: 'It's not the end of my career. I am here to stay'

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Eugenie Bouchard: 'It's not the end of my career. I am here to stay'

Eugenie Bouchard does not want to particularly get worried about her many downs in tennis. The Canadian player feels she just wants to give her best. 'I just want to be as good as I can be, you know? Whatever that number ends up being.

Right now, I’m looking forward to playing more matches. I want to play a lot coming up now that I’m healthy.' Bouchard is 24 years old and still feels to have a lot of time ahead: 'It's the middle of my career, maybe, I don’t know how to define it.

Definitely not nearly the end of my career, which some people think it is. I’m here to stay, like it or not." In July, during Wimbledon, her social media posts about a ball boy have had some interesting reactions.

There’s been criticism on social media of Bouchard calling him out for not being properly dressed and perhaps it had been a male player and a ball girl it may have even been considered inappropriate. 'I just post what I experience and think and see', Bouchard said.

'I noticed it on the court and it was right there. There was no way you could not see it so, um, yeah, I thought it was funny. I mean, it happens to everyone.' Bouchard is currently ranked 107th in the WTA singles ranking.

Last season, in 2017, she finished at the 81st place of the WTA ranking. ALSO READ: Del Potro: I lost the respect and fear I had for Roger Federer