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Genie Bouchard is lacking confidence on the tennis court these days and she admitted as much Tuesday after being eliminated in the opening round of the Rogers Cup. The Westmount, Que., native fell 6-3, 6-4 to Croatia's Donna Vekic and let out some of  -
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On Monday, Wie and Bouchard switched sports for the day during a Nike photoshoot at Chelsea Piers in New York City. So Wie gave Bouchard lessons on her golf swing, followed by the Canadian tennis player teaching Wie a few tricks out on the tennis court.
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Montreal loves its tennis, confirmed by a record attendance. 9. Toronto saw much less capacity than Montreal and that may be due to the absence of Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams, as well as the failure of Genie Bouchard to get past the first round
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For Wie, it was likely as close as she'll ever get to her goal of becoming a professional tennis player, and she loved every minute of it. "It was so much fun," Wie said. "I felt like I lived out my childhood dreams. I got to play tennis against Genie
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Genie Bouchard's best memory of Atlanta was visiting CNN as a child. Her exhibition match against Venus Williams on Sunday ... “It's an opportunity for us to play great tennis, and to be very loose. Just to be entertaining.” To prepare for the Atlanta
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Kids are cute enough on their own but if putting Genie with kids is almost too much to handle. Since she spends lots of time with kids, either at charity events or playing tennis with kids, that's definitely something you could look forward to.
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69 in the world, competed on the World Team Tennis circuit twice, but she hadn't been able to work the summer matches into her schedule in several years. That changed July 27 when Bouchard made her New York Empire debut, playing two nights with the ...
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TORONTO — As Genie Bouchard was contemplating her next move on the WTA Tour, her competitors and colleagues were of the same mind. The 23-year-old Montreal native will regain her on-court self-assurance. “She'll get it back, she'll find it,” Sloane ...
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Genie Bouchard's day started off poorly, with the top-raked Canadian women's player falling in straight sets to Donna Vekic in the singles draw, but she found a silver lining in the doubles competition. Alongside partner Karolina Pliskova, Bouchard
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Thursday afternoon, Worcester still had two wild cards for the tournament — which begins with qualifying rounds Friday at the Connecticut Tennis Center and runs through Aug. 26 — but she had to give them to players ranked in ... French Open champion
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TORONTO — Maybe this is all Genie Bouchard can be anymore. Maybe that one unlikely and improbable run of greatness and good fortune in 2014 — short as it may have been ... At just 23, Bouchard was and now is, having not sunk to the have-to-qualify
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Bouchard, who has been unable to shake a long singles slump, teamed with Karolina Pliskova for a rollicking doubles match at the Aviva Centre's grandstand court. They pushed Germany's Anna-Lena Groenefeld and Kveta Peschke of the Czech Republic to ...
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Tracy Austin must have known what she was talking about before Denis Shapovalov took the court. When asked Thursday about the state of Canadian tennis, the former world No. 1 and Sportsnet commentator at the Rogers Cup spoke glowingly, proclaiming, ...
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It was game, set, match for Eugenie Bouchard at a Rogers Cup skills challenge charity event in Toronto leading up to Canada's biggest tennis tourney starting Aug. 5. She may be currently ranked No. 69 in the world, but the 23-year-old Montreal tennis
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This was no upset as Vekic has been on the rise since April, and is ranked higher (No. 51) than Bouchard (No. 70). The last time Vekic was playing in North America, she was ranked No. 90 following a first-round loss in Miami. Her tennis has matured