“Going Well for Four Months”: Eugenie Bouchard Provides Positive News on Her Tennis Return

Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard has been missing on the Tour for quite some time now. She had competed in Mexico earlier this season but had to withdraw from her opening round match due to injury. Ever since, she has remained on the sidelines.

Notably, Eugenie Bouchard has been taking on different roles, keeping her close to the sport. During the US Open, she was a tennis analyst for Tennis Channel, providing her insights, using her expertise to its best ability. 

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Eugenie Bouchard targets a quick return 

Recently, Eugenie donned a new role as a commentator with the microphone, giving voice to a match at the Indian Wells 2021. Notably, she opened up on the possibility of a quick return to the court. She said, “Thank you for asking. It’s going well. So it’s been over four months now, so I’m looking forward to getting on the court. I’m going to meet the doctor once I’m done working over here this week. I’ll meet him in New York next week. And he’ll give me the clear if I can get on the court yet.”

Eugene Bouchard of Canada reacts in her second round match against Serena Williams of the United States during day four of the 2019 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 17, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Speaking of her recent performances, Eugenie has not been consistent with her results. Over the past six seasons, she has been unable to make it to the second week of a Grand Slam event. Hence, expectations will be high on her return, but patience from fans is important. 

.@geniebouchard’s update on her shoulder surgery rehab! We’re all hoping for some good news next week Super exciting, she’s getting there!
( Tennis Channel) pic.twitter.com/WFpA5YNOKu

— Alyson (@AlysonP7) October 10, 2021

As she targets a long-due return, it will be great if she gets the clearance to compete on the biggest of stages once again. The Canadian is quite a prominent figure on the Tour and has widened her fan base with her on-screen shenanigans. Hence, fans would bawl their eyes out to see her smash a few aces once again. 

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