Now-she is the main star of women’s tennis. Five years ago, she was the 5th racket of the world and played in the decisive stages of The Grand slam tournaments. Now Eugenie Bouchard is only the 332nd in the world. She did not qualify for the Australian Open and lost in the first round of the Challenger. But while the whole world is locked in quarantine, the Canadian has become a star of social networks and receives bundles of letters from those who want to ask her out.
It’s all about the increased activity of the tennis player on Twitter. Deliberately casual and even silly latest tennis news, funny videos, and interaction with readers to advise the series or discuss the news – all this makes Eugenie popular again, at least in the Internet space. In a little more than two weeks since March 15, the Canadian left more than 35 tweets on the social network for the topic of the day.
Ex-world number five from Canada shocks fans on social media
Here are some examples:
- How do you all spend time during the quarantine? I train at home. So boring!
- Today is my only day off this week. I spent the whole day on the couch. From time to time, I changed my position, pretending that I was doing something different.
- Even when I’m socially distancing myself, I use perfume because I do it FOR MYSELF.
- To be honest, I’m not very good at staying sane.
Bouchard set off a real bomb when she wrote: “I’m Not complaining, but I think quarantine would be much more fun with a guy.” Three days later, she reported that her manager had received a lot of emails from fans who wanted to become this “guy”.
“My agent just informed me that you guys are sending love resumes to the email address listed in my profile. You all need to stop!» – called the tennis player.
But young people who wanted to woo the beauty continued to write:
- Does the agent even send you emails?
- They are not for your agent, if anything.
- You are isolated, Zhenya. So no excuses for not reading them.
Then Bouchard posted a video of herself doing a wheel in the backyard and asked three-time Olympic gymnastics champion Alexandra Raisman to evaluate her performance. She, by the way, gave her a “ten”.
Analyzing the tennis scores in social networks, Bouchard can compete, for example, with the American tennis player Sandgren, known for bold judgments, to whom the Canadian herself wrote “I think we are the most fun tennis players on tour”, or Christie Ahn, whose fun in TikTok turned into an interactive show of one actor. But they have a hundred or two hundred times fewer subscribers than the Canadian woman.