Eugenie Bouchard became a real social media queen thanks tho her funny posts and her tweets, much more than for her successes on the court. The former world no. 5, finalist at Wimbledon 2014, tweeted a post on the quarantine that many are now facing: "Not complaining, but I feel like quarantine would be a lot more fun with a boyfriend," she wrote, with her followers who commented and retweeted the post.
Bouchard, after an excellent two-year period in 2014 and in 2015 had a psycho-physical collapse, from which she could no longer express her best tennis. In 2019 she came back to the Top-100 for some weeks, but currently, she is clearly out of the best 100 of the WTA rankings.
Bouchard was the first Canadian in history to reach the final of a Grand Slam event, a record then equaled and improved by her countrywoman Bianca Andreescu just last year, when she won the US Open 2019 against Serena Williams.
During these quarantined days due to the spread of Covid-19, Genie is putting on Twitter posts about the pandemic and her quarantine. Just a few hours ago she wrote: "Yes still training - thankfully we have a private gym. Very few people in there", and also "Damn so many ppl on twitter I love it I feel like y'all are my family".
In her last post, she said: "Self-isolation! Let’s all do it #TogetherApart". In short, a diary of a quarantine that will surely amuse her fans and followers.
not complaining, but i feel like quarantine would be a lot more fun with a boyfriend — Genie Bouchard (@geniebouchard) March 18, 2020