Eugenie BouchardDuring her absence from the tennis courts, from March 2021 to August 2022, she often documented her training to rehabilitate her shoulder, even her training on the court since she was able to resume playing.
However, on her social media, there are also pictures that immortalize moments of relaxation. In some shots, especially at the sea, Jenny showed a stunning body, capable of making all her 2.3 million followers on Instagram happy with her.
But can Jenny be considered the most beautiful tennis player in the history of the game? There is a lot of competition: from Maria Sharapova to Anna Ivanovic, and from Karolin Wozniacki to Anna Kournikova. For elegance, strength and determination or for objective beauty, many of these tennis players, during the tennis era, are considered among the most beautiful.
election queenthe most beautiful of all, really difficult, but the pictures shared by Eugenie leave room for some doubts: they are the most beautiful, or at least one of the most beautiful pictures ever.
Some highlights of Bouchard’s career
Eugenie was the second Canadian tennis player to reach the semi-finals of a Grand Slam event, a result achieved at the 2014 Australian Open after defeating Ana Ivanovic in the quarter-finals.
Then she repeated this result at the French Open and at Wimbledon in the same year. On this latter occasion, she also became the first Canadian female tennis player to reach the final in a Grand Slam event, then lost to Petra Kvitova.
On October 20, 2014, reaching fifth place in the WTA rankings, she became the Canadian tennis player who reached the highest position in the women’s rankings, surpassing the previous record of Carling Bassett-Segoso, who climbed to eighth in 1985. Andreescu on improving the record, elevated herself to fourth place in October 2019.
She was entered into the ITF world in 2008 at the Sumter Tournament, where she lost in the first round to Grace Min 0-6, 3-6. Shortly thereafter she attempted to qualify for the Montreal WTA Championships, but soon lost in the first round to Abigail Spurs.
In 2009, she did not get past the second round in various ITF tournaments and again tried to qualify for the Toronto Championships, always losing in the first round. In April 2010, she reached the quarter-finals at the ITF Championship at Osprey for the first time, but her most significant results came in the summer with the semi-finals in singles at Waterloo and in doubles at the following tournament in Vancouver. For the third year in a row, she did not make it past the first round of the Canadian WTA Tour Qualifiers.