Eugenie Bouchard all set to make a comeback at Wimbledon after a year


Eugenie Bouchard all set to make a comeback at Wimbledon after a year

Eugenie Bouchard

Eugenie Bouchard is all set to make a comeback to professional tennis after being out for nrealy a year. The former Wimbledon finalist is all set to make a comeback after suffering from injuries and then taking some time off tennis.

The Canadian would be excited to play at Wimbledon, a tournament she was inches away from winning but unfortunately ended up losing to Petra Kvitová back in 2014.

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However, she hasn’t been giving her best performances in the past few years. But who knows what the 28-year-old holds in store for the fans when she makes a comeback at Wimbledon.

She is excited to be back on the highest level of tennis and will be up against the new type of challenge. She will be preparing hard before the tournament considering her long time off and will be looking to make the most of the opportunities she has left.

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Eugenie Bouchard to make a comeback at Wimbledon

Eugenie Bouchard
Eugenie Bouchard

Eugenie Bouchard has shown the world some amazing tennis performances in the past and has played great tennis to achieve great things in her career. She will be looking forwards to recreating some of the memories and playing her best tennis when she returns back onto the tour.

The former would No.5 who has played two grand slam semi-finals and one final has shown that she has the game to beat any of her opponents on her day. But after a long break she needs to train well before thinking of competing against any of the top tennis players.

The 28-year-old suffered a should injury due to which she was out of the game till August last year. Then she started working as a colour commentator for The Tennis Channel. But she is back to the court and it will be exciting to see how she performs at Wimbledon.

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