Stunning tennis star Eugenie Bouchard strips to blue bikini for sexy snap as she gets over Wimbledon disappointment | The Sun

STUNNING tennis star Eugenie Bouchard has attempted to get over her Wimbledon disappointment.

That’s by stripping down to a blue bikini for a sexy snap.

Bouchard, 29, is a former SW19 finalist and two-time Grand Slam semi-finalist hailing from Canada.

The glamorous ace has been plagued by injury problems over the past few years.

And after being ranked No218 in the world, Bouchard was forced to enter Wimbledon’s preliminary qualifiers yesterday.

The blonde beauty was given a hard draw against Greet Minnen, currently ranked 56th in the world.


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And Bouchard was beaten in straight sets as she crashed out of Wimbledon with a whimper.

However, she looked to put her defeat in the past on Wednesday.

Bouchard posted a sexy picture to social media showing her posing in a blue bikini.

And fans went wild, with one saying: “Love her.”

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Bouchard is a tennis ace who hails from CanadaCredit: Instagram @geniebouchard
The 29-year-old is a former SW19 finalistCredit: Instagram

Another declared: “Hello beautiful.”

One added: “You look awesome.”

Bouchard now hopes to take inspiration from Andy Murray as she looks to revive her tennis career.

The star said: “Andy’s playing challengers and he’s winning them, which is great. It makes you miss those big moments.

“Every year that goes by puts the results that I’ve achieved in the past into more perspective because I see how hard it was.

“My knee has been hurting me since last year, but I’m trying to just take it as part of my job.

“I had a couple of years really recently where I wasn’t able to play due to shoulder surgery.

“There’s moments in rehab when the end goal is so far away that it feels hard to keep going. Of course, you have tough moments.

“[Watching Wimbledon?] It’s like a love-hate situation. It’s hard to watch a tournament once you’ve already lost, but it depends on my mood about that.”

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