Eugenie Bouchard Net Worth 2019, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height

Eugenie Bouchard Net Worth 2019, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height

It is no wonder that her fans are eagerly waiting to cheer her on the major court of any Grand Slam match after her appearance in the 2014 Wimbledon Final. She is Eugenie Bouchard happens to be the first Canadian to reach any Grand Slam Final. Though she lost to Petra Kvitova but won many hearts all around the globe.

Eugenie is perhaps one of the most beautiful and gorgeous player, who had appeared on tennis court with a genuine urge to deliver her best playing ability. Possibly one day would come when she will rule the tennis circuit along with her mesmerizing glamour.

Being a junior Grand Slam winner she had already proved her competence for the aspiration of major tennis tournaments. Further reaching Final in 2014 Wimbledon have created a great hope in the world of tennis. Her prize money in different tournament and other earning have accumulated and estimated net worth of $3.3 million dollars.

Early life

Eugenie Bouchard was born on 25th February, 1994 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. With zodiac birth sign of Pisces she was born to Michael Bouchard who was a banker and Julie Leclair. The Canadian player belongs to white ethnicity. The Bouchard family is blessed with three children. Eugenie was grown with her brother William and sister Beatrice who is her twin sister older by six minutes.

Eugenie had gripped the tennis racket when she was just five years old and started taking training for the game. In her childhood she was enrolled in the school at Westmount. When she was a girl of twelve she went to Florida along with her mother. The young Eugenie had managed her tennis training and studies with equal determination.

She was equally good in her studies as she was progressing as new hope to be a tennis star. She was particularly good at science and mathematics. Once, her good academic record was taking her to different course of life, to build a career in the capacity of a physician. But perhaps the glamour of the tennis world with its normal attraction of getting fame has turned the student to be on the court of tennis.


She was coached by Nick Saviano and each day improved her skill under his guidance. Earlier to this Eugenie in Toronto won the Canadian Under-18 Indoor Championship in 2000. The Canadian Tennis association got a perfect representative for their country. She proceeded for a professional achievement and got the reward as she won a professional match for the first time in Italy at Caserta. She improved her focus on the game and bagged a title by winning the Pan American Closed ITF Championship.

In the year 2012 she was on the grass court which is a dream for any aspirant in tennis. The young promise Eugenie had earned the junior Grand Slam title by winning Wimbledon Girl Championship defeating third seeded Elina Svitolina. She also won the double title with Taylor Townsend. Before this she moved to semi-finals in the junior Australian Open for the second consecutive year but did not went further, losing to Yulia Putintseva.

It is really tough to maintain the same attitude throughout. There are lots of examples who started with a big promise but ended drastically. Eugenie does not belong to that cluster rather these junior titles have made her more determined to reach the pinnacle of tennis. In the closing period of 2013 Eugenie’s name has emerged as the World Tennis Association or WTA Newcomer. This time on her 2013 WTA Tour she played under the coaching of Nathalie Tauziat and transformed the defensive game plan into attacking aggression.

In 2014 as a player she was the most improved one. She was no more in the junior circuit rather she was then playing with them who were her idols when she was growing. The year of 2014 was quite fulfilling for Eugenie.

This year she appeared in all the Grand Slam Championship. Beginning with the Australian Open she advanced to the semi-final where she failed to surpass No.4 Li Na. But for the first time her effort had enabled her to be in the top 20 player. Then in the French Open she got better of the No.9 Angelique Kerber in the 4th Round in just 52 minutes. Defeated Carla Suarez Navarro in the quarterfinal but lost to No.8 Maia Sharapova in the semi-final.

After this she was there in the dream Center Court of the Wimbledon after getting better of No.3 Simona Halep and became the first Canadian ever to reach any Grand Slam Championship. She emerged as runner-up as Petra Kvitona took the Winner’s Trophy. Quite surprisingly the year 2015 has not come up as expected and she also suffered an injury. The following years also doesn’t match with her talent.

Personal life

Few names have appeared in her life as Luke Bambridge the tennis player, Jordan Caron a quite popular name in hockey. Then Alex Galchenyuk got in her life. Nowadays though she belongs to the Canadian nationality but resides in Miami Beach, Florida, United States of America.

Hope she would do proper justice to her caliber and deliver delight to her innumerable fans on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.

Quick Summary:

Full Name: Eugenie Bouchard

Date of Birth: 25th February, 1994

Birth Place: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Age: 24 Years Old

Profession: Tennis Player

Height: 5 Feet 11 Inches / 1.78 m

Weight: 59 Kg

Net worth: $3.3 Million Dollars


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