Eugenie Bouchard from Canada with much charm. Canadian tennis player in the first round of the Australian Open, the first major tournament of the season of tennis, showcased her talent (she beat the American Louisa Chirico in two sets) and even an athletic beauty that does not go unnoticed. It has aroused admiration, even the dress option for the Australian courts including transparencies, struts short enough to leave discovered a lot.
Eugenie Bouchard was the second Canadian tennis player to reach the semifinals at a Grand Slam tournament, the result obtained at the Australian Open in 2014 after defeating Ana Ivanovic in the quarterfinals; she later repeated this result at the French Open and the Wimbledon Championships the same year. On the latter occasion she has also become the first Canadian tennis player to reach the final in a Grand Slam tournament.
July 7, 2014, reaching the 7th place of the WTA rankings, became the Canadian tennis player to have achieved the highest position in the women’s rankings, surpassing the previous Carling Bassett-Seguso record, which was pushed to the 8th position in 1985 . She has achieved her best ranking October 20, 2014, ranking the 5th place of the WTA rankings.