Eugenie Bouchard is damn sensual in her 'Barbie moment'

Eugenie Bouchard is damn sensual in her ‘Barbie moment’

Eugenie Bouchard is very emotional in her ‘Barbie moment’.

Eugenie Bouchard is more emotional than Barbie, by no means! The beautiful Canadian tennis player attended the premiere Movie Barbiewhich is in theaters now. A film made for the famous doll, in which he starred Margot Rabbi The Canadian beauty, who has played Barbie for years and has to deal with the current situation, sees her presence on the red carpet.

Ginny shared several photos from the event on Instagram., in the first post she wrote: «Barbie at the ESPYs,» and in the second post, she added «more Barbie moments.» For the occasion, Ginny wore a very short fitted pink dress: fabulous!

Bouchard: «Everyone has ups and downs in their careers.»

From the 2014 Wimbledon final to the 2023 first round.

Eugenie Bouchard, former No. 5 in the WTA world rankings, had one of the best moments of her tennis career at the age of nine when she reached the London final, but lost to Petra Kvitova. Since then, the Canadian has had a series of ups and downs that have left her struggling to break into at least the top 100 in the world, and as a result she is currently ranked 218th.

However, the North American can take pride in becoming the first Canadian to reach a Grand Slam final in her best year as a professional. In an interview with LeJournaldeQuebec, she said, “Everyone has ups and downs in their careers.

For example, Andy Murray has played Challenger tournaments and won a few. Good for him. It’s natural, somehow. But, of course, I miss the big moments.» The Canadian is a long way from those results, having just lost in the first round of Wimbledon to Great Minn (121st) 6-4 7-5.

Not being able to get herself into the main draw may not be easy for Bouchard: «When you get a good result, you have to take care of it because it doesn’t mean it’s going to happen again.» In this way, the former world number 5 will continue to give everything possible to achieve good results in her all-round sport: «During my injury, I told myself that I wanted to stop because of my own desire, not because of my own desire. Injury.

Now that my health has improved, I told myself that I would give it my all to become a professional tennis player because that’s what I love to do. Even if you’re in the Wimbledon rankings, we’re in the top 0.0001% of people in the world. It’s important to keep this in perspective.»

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