Bouchard sighs at magazine photo choice after bathing suit incident

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Bouchard sighs at magazine photo choice after bathing suit incident

Shortly after getting a wild card at the Chennai Open, Indian sports magazine Sports Star announced the news using a photo showing Genie Bouchard holding the 2012 junior Wimbledon trophy. Genie Bouchard, disturbed by the chosen photo, reacted on Twitter.

“So excited! But why’d they use my pic from junior Wimbledon 2012,” wrote Bouchard.

Bouchard supposed to wear almost-stripped photo at Van Open

Eugenie Bouchard, who recently made a comeback at the Vancouver Open after a long time away from the courts, complained on her Instagram account about the photo used on her access credential.

According to Bouchard’s Instagram Stories, the initial credential featured a photo from her 2018 Sports Illustrated Swims*it edition photoshoot. In the picture, Bouchard wears a one-piece black swims*it. Yet, it’s not clear if the incident was a real one or just a joke from Bouchard because the Canadian tennis player followed up with an Instagram story showing a new non-sensual credential.

You can see the credential with the wrong photo in this article: Bouchard supposed to wear almost-stripped photo of her: “Can somebody explain?” The Chennai Open has announced that former world No. 5 Eugenie Bouchard has accepted a wildcard.

Bouchard, 28, is set to compete in the inaugural Chennai Open. Genie, who is now ranked 964th in the world, was out for more than a year before returning to action in Vancouver last month. The Canadian player had shoulder surgery last year and was sidelined for 16 months.

Bouchard is now back in shape and hoping to achieve some notable results. Related: Eugenie Bouchard accepts wildcard into WTA 250 event scheduled after US Open For now, at the US Open, Canadian Eugenie Bouchard managed to win her first match after being away from tennis for 17 months.

She achieved the victory in the first round of the US Open qualifiers, where Genie met Yuki Naito, WTA world number 197. The match ended 6-3 6-3 for Genie Bouchard, who saved all the 4 break points had by her Japanese opponent.