Eugenie Bouchard, who recently made her 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 badge. According to Bouchard’s Instagram Stories, her initial credential included a photo of her from her 2018 Sports Illustrated Swims*it issue photo shoot.
In the image, Bouchard wears a black one-piece swimsuit. However, it is unclear if the incident was real or just a prank by Bouchard because the Canadian tennis player followed up with an Instagram story showing a new non-sexy cred.
Bouchard fails on his return to tour
Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard returned Wednesday in Vancouver at the Odlum Brown VanOpen tennis tournament. The 28-year-old Montreal native has been awarded a wild card entry to the WTA 125 competition, which takes place at the Hollyburn Country Club in West Vancouver from August 13-21.
Unfortunately for Bouchard, he didn’t make it past the first round. Dutch player Arianne Hartono beat Genie in straight sets (6-2, 6-2). Bouchard has been out since March of last year due to a shoulder injury. In addition, the Canadian player competed after being seen in bik * ni in Miami Beach last Sunday.
According to The Sun, she was later fed sushi at a bar before being taken away in a taxi while hugging a friend. In terms of the US Open, we can see Bouchard making an appearance for him. “Due to my shoulder surgery, I have a limited number of Protected Classification (PR) entries.
As much as I love Wimbledon and skip it makes me sad, using a PR ticket at a tournament with no ranking points makes no sense. I must choose wisely and use my PR tickets in tournaments that will help me get back to where I want to be.
I am continuing my training/rehab and plan to compete again later this summer. I will now use my two Grand Slam PR tickets for the US Open and the Australian Open,” said Bouchard.