The Australian Open 2021 is going on and fans are witnessing some really great tennis there. Apart from them, even players are experiencing some really tough matches at the Grand Slam.
However, there are some players like the former World No.5 player Eugenie Bouchard who are enjoying their time far away from the court.
The Canadian player Eugenie Bouchard didn’t make it to the main draw of the Australian Open 2021. Although she played the qualifiers, she failed to battle past Yue Yuan in the second qualifier and lost there in straight sets.
However, she is really enjoying her time on her vacation in Mexico at the moment and is trying her luck on the golf links.
Eugenie Bouchard recently updated her fans about her Mexico trip. In her latest Instagram stories, one can see her holding the golf stick and playing golf. She even posted a wide picture of the entire golf field.
It’s really something unique as fans hardly knew about this hidden talent of Bouchard. One can analyze in the video that she has got a great backswing and is able to hit the ball quite nicely and accurately.
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Can Eugenie Bouchard win a title in 2021?
Bouchard didn’t have an ideal start in the 2021 tennis season. She didn’t even make it into the main draw of the Australian Open 2021 due to her poor performance.
Bouchard is currently at the 141st position in the WTA rankings and will surely want to improve her record there. In the last season, too, she managed to play just a single final and failed to win any title.
Bouchard is not able to hit her backhand that effectively, and that has let her down over the last few years. She also hits the net too often and gives away easy points to her opponents. The Canadian will surely want to work on this and come back stronger in the next tournament.
Bouchard’s next tournament remains shrouded in mystery for the near future. Fans still have massive expectations from her and want her to deliver in the upcoming tournaments. They certainly hope that they’ll be able to see the vintage Bouchard once again by the end of the 2021 tennis season.