Eugenie Bouchard: "The strangest thing that has happened to me is ..."

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Eugenie Bouchard: "The strangest thing that has happened to me is ..."

After many words about her private life, we can finally talk about Eugenie Bouchard's tennis. Already recently the Canadian came back to a good level with the final at the Istanbul Open and now, despite an ups and downs tennis, Eugenie has qualified for the third round of the Roland Garros 2020, where she lostv against Iga Swiatek.

The young Polish player overtook the Canadian in straight sets, with the final score of 6-3 6-2, at the end of a dominated and well played match, but which does not diminish the last good period of Bouchard, which she is recovering, finally, good tennis and good psycho-physical strength: a good sign for the next season and for what remains of 2020.

The words of Eugenie Bouchard on the pandemic Here are the words of the Canadian tennis player in the press conference: "I am very proud to have this possibility, especially in a season where we had very few tournaments.

Considering my ranking there are few events I can participate in and I am grateful to Roland Garros for the wild card it has granted me. We have to thank the organizers for the effort they put into carrying the tournament forward, we are lucky enough to be able to do our job.

Since we have few chances, I will always try to give everything in every match. Gil Reyes? He is definitely one of my favorite people on this planet. He is special and I have to thank him for everything. I am grateful for his help, I have known him for over ten years and yet I only started working with him in October.

She has a lot of faith in me and has helped me believe in myself. The match against Gavrilova? It was a tough challenge, I knew she was strong and responded blow for blow. I am proud to have passed this test especially for how the comeback took place.

In the past I went through difficult times but I learned to believe in myself and think more deeply, now I have greater awareness of my abilities. "Bouchard also said about the quarantine: "The strangest thing that happened to me in these four months and half was that I did not take the plane, it's crazy.

The first plane I took was to go to Charleston for a performance but I eventually missed my flight. The last thing I wanted was to miss that plane after so many months off. However, we must be very careful and nobody has to complain about this situation "