Eugenie Bouchard retired from the 2015 US Open, as announced with a statement by tournament director David Brewer: Statement from US Open Tournament Director David Brewer
Eugenie Bouchard is withdrawing from the women’s singles competition at the 2015 US Open due to a concussion.
The Twitter live that followed the events here >>>>> Eugenie Bouchard faced a severe accident the other day in the locker room, slipping and injuring her head.
The Canadian was supposed to play yesterday in women's doubles and mixed doubles, but was advised by the doctors not to compete. Today, the Canadian cancelled both her 3.15 and 4.00 p.m. practice sessions at the US Open.
Here is Eugenie arriving at Flushing meadows wearing a hoodie and sun glasses.
Eugene Bouchard walking into US Open a day after head injury. Still technically playing.
Bouchard just arrived.
At this point many expect the Canadian will withdraw from singles too...
Bouchard walking very slowly out of the car.
We are going to keep you updated with more news regarding the mean, hoping Eugenie will be fit enough to step on court and wishing her the best.
Bouchard's agent tells ESPN that she is still being assessed. No withdrawal yet. — Scott Stinson (@scott_stinson) September 6, 2015
#usopen officials asking journos not to stand near women's locker room. "Lockdown?" Security guard asks.
"Soon," another responds. Bouchard? — Nick McCarvel (@NickMcCarvel) September 6, 2015
#Bouchard's team--publicist, agent, etc.--exit tournament officials' office.