Eugenie Bouchard is one of the most beautiful tennis players of the entire WTA Tour. The Canadian has recently left the Nike brand and she has officially announced a new partnership agreement with New Balance. It is certainly a new beginning for Genie in the hope that this new agreement will bring her news also in the women's circuit where she has not been able to find good results for some time.
The deal was announced by the tennis player who posted a photo on her Instagram profile with the words 'New Chapter' Attached to it, the Canadian wore her new outfit, a white t-shirt engraved with the brand name and on it in gold.
Bouchard wore a light pink jacket over it and pink pants to complete the outfit. To top it off, the former Wimbledon 2014 finalist wore brand new shoes from the New Balance brand.
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Even if the official announcement was missing, Bouchard, already at the last qualifiers for the Australian Open 2021, certainly did not go well, Bouchard wore a New Balance dress and on that occasion that choice attracted the curiosity of those present.
2020 was not an easy season for Eugenie, now permanently out of the Top 100 and which saw him protagonist only in the Istanbul tournament where she reached the final. She is currently number 142 in the world and must certainly grow to try to achieve interesting results on the professional circuit.
Her first round in Lyon will take place on Tuesday and there is a lot of curiosity among fans to understand if the tennis player will be able to reach interesting results in the WTA Tour again. Eugenie Bouchard was the second Canadian tennis player to reach the semifinals in a Grand Slam event, a result achieved at the 2014 Australian Open after defeating Ana Ivanović in the quarter-finals.
She then repeated this result at the French Open and at the Wimbledon tournament that same year. On this last occasion she also became the first Canadian tennis player to reach the final in a Grand Slam event, then she lost to Petra Kvitová.
On 20 October 2014, reaching fifth position in the WTA rankings, she became the Canadian tennis player to have reached the highest position in the women's rankings, surpassing the previous record of Carling Bassett-Seguso, who had pushed up to eighth position in 1985 Subsequently, Bianca Andreescu will further improve the record, pushing herself up to 4th position in October 2019. Pic by Twitter