Eugenie Bouchard has established herself as a major figure in the women’s game throughout the years. Despite the fact that her performances have deteriorated in recent years, she is still a fan favourite.
Eugenie Bouchard has been out of commission for quite some time now. She planned to return near the conclusion of the season, but she was forced to withdraw from the World TeamTennis (WTT).
It is a tournament in which both male and female tennis players compete.
Eugenie Bouchard has been forced to withdraw due to injury
The Canadian star has been out since suffering an injury to her right shoulder in March. In the meanwhile, she’s worked in a variety of capacities, including as a Tennis Channel analyst.
When it comes to World TeamTennis, not just Eugenie but also Canadian youngster Leylah Fernandez has decided to forgo the event this year.
Eugenie Bouchard, Leylah Fernandez, Shelby Rogers, Bob & Mike Bryan, Brandon Nakashima, Reilly Opelka, Sam Querrey and Neal Skupski have withdrawn from the player field. Head to https://t.co/Qzi3uHEoKC for the latest rosters— World TeamTennis (@WorldTeamTennis) November 1, 2021
Reilly Opelka and Sam Querrey, as well as the Bryan brothers, have withdrawn from this year’s competition. The event is set to begin on November 13th and end on November 28th.
Bouchard began her career by competing in the Australian Open qualifying, however she was unable to advance to the main event. She even performed at a couple of events in Mexico.
Bouchard reached the final in Guadalajara before losing in straight sets against Sara Sorribes Tormo.
She then competed in the Monterrey Open, where she bowed out after losing in the first round. Bouchard was then injured and has been out of commission ever since.
Fans wish to see her get back in shape and compete at the greatest level possible, so she can resume her winning ways.
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