Quick Facts of Eugenie "Genie" Bouchard
- Full NameEugenie "Genie" Bouchard
- Net Worth$6 Million
- Date of Birth1994 /02 /25
- Marital StatusUnmarried
- BirthplaceWestmount, Canada
- ProfessionTennis Player
- Eye colourHazel
- Hair colourBlonde
- Height1.78 m
- Weight139 lbs
- Body Measurement36-26-35 inches
- Online PresenceInstagram, Facebook, Twitter
Four times Tennis Canada Female player of the year, Eugenie Bouchard is a Canadian tennis player. The 25-year-old, Bouchard became the first Canadian-born player representing Canada to finish in singles at the Grand Slam tournament at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships. After winning the 2012 Wimbledon girls’ title, she was named WTA Newcomer of the Year.
The beautiful, Eugenie Bouchard once dated tennis player Luke Bambridge and later dated hockey player Jordan Caron. Also, she dated a fan named John Goehrke in reply to her tweet. Read the full article to know what happened?
Eugenie Bouchard’s Age, Early Life
Eugenie “Genie” Bouchard was born on February 25, 1994, in Montreal, Canada under the birth sign of Pisces. Her parents are Mike (Michael), an investment banker, and Julie Bouchard. Further, she has a fraternal twin sister named, Beatrice who is only six minutes older. Also, Eugenie has two younger siblings sister Charlotte and brother William.
At five, Bouchard started playing tennis and attended The Study school in Westmount. Likewise, she moved to Florida with her mother at 12. Later, Eugenie returned to Montreal for training at 15.
Eugenie’s nationality is Canadian and belongs to the mixed ethnicity of French-Canadian, Irish, Scottish, and English.
Eugenie Bouchard’s Height & Weight
One of the sexiest tennis players, Eugenie Bouchard, has a height of 1.78 m ( 5 feet 10 inch) and has a decent body weight around 139 lbs. Similarly, she has hazel eyes and golden brown hair color. Eugenie has a perfect body measurement of 36-26-35 inches.
Eugenie Bouchard’s Net Worth
As of 2019, the famous female tennis player, Eugenie Bouchard has a net worth of $6 Million. She owes her fortune to a professional tennis career, and endorsements deals.
In June 2014, Eugenie Bouchard signed a three-year endorsement deal with Coca-Cola. She also has agreements deals with Rogers Communications, Pinty’s, and equipment sponsors, Nike and Babolat. Further, she signed a 10-year partnership with Aviva Canada. Also, Eugenie promotes several products related to fashion and sports on her social media.
Eugenie Bouchard’s dating, Boyfriend
Is Eugenie Bouchard currently dating? It seems that this gorgeous athlete is probably living a single life. However, she has dated a few men in the past. She once dated tennis player Luke Bambridge and later dated hockey player Jordan Caron.
On February 5, 2017, she took to Twitter to predict that Atlanta Falcons would win against New England Patriots at Super Bowl Li. A fan proposed a bet that she would have to go on a date if the Patriots won the game and she agreed.
The Patriots won the Falcons by 34-28 and Eugenie later released a statement on her Twitter quoting ” I will do it.” Eugenie and her fan, John Goehrke, went to watch a basketball game at the Barclays Center. Do you know? Their date would serve as inspiration for a romantic comedy film at 20th Century Fox.
Eugenie Bouchard’s Career
In 2005, Eugenie began her career by competing in the Open Super 12 tournament at the age of 12. Soon, in 2008, her skills secured her the ITF. She amazed everyone at Toronto later in the year by beating Quebecer Marianne Jodoin to win the Canadian Indoor Under-18.
However, by losing to Monica Puig, Eugenie Bouchard was unable to make it past semi-finals of the Australian Open singles junior event. She battled slowly later in the final for Zheng Saisai to win her first professional title at Burnie International’s ITF $25,000. She secured a career-defining win over former world number 1 Ana Ivanovic at the Australian Open in 2014.
Here’s a video of Eugenie Bouchard posing for Sports Illustrated!
In 2019, she began the season at the ASB Classic in Auckland, New Zealand. In doubles, she and her partner, Sofia Kenin won the final against Paige Mary Hourigan and Taylor Townsend. This was her first title singles of doubles.