Eugenie Bouchard Reveals Her Favourite Restaurants in Montreal

Published 08/18/2021, 7:48 AM EDT
Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard in action during a pratice session prior to the Fed Cup match between Switzerland and Canada on in Biel,Switzerland. (Photo by Tennis Canada/MB Media/Getty Images)


Eugenie Bouchard is one of the most famous Canadian tennis players. Recently, in an interview with MTL Blog, Bouchard spoke about her favorite restaurants to visit whenever she’s in her home city, Montreal.

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To start off, the WTA star mentioned she’s loves going to Orange Julep, particularly to have poutine and juice. For a savory brunch, Bouchard heads to Beauty’s, a famous restaurant operating since 1942.

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In addition, Bouchard let out having been to Farsides, Deville Dinerbar, and Grinders in the recent past. Interestingly, on the day of the interview, she went for dinner with her friends to Grinders and had a gala time, that’s what her Instagram stories depicted.

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Eugenie Bouchard spills the beans

During the light-hearted chit-chat, Bouchard informed that she’s been rehabilitating since her shoulder surgery and would come back on the tour after a couple of months.

The 27-year-old has played just a handful of tournaments this season. After failing to qualify for the Australian Open, Bouchard entered the Lyon Open, where she lost in the opening round.

At the Abierto Zapopan Open, she had a successful run but suffered a defeat in the final at the hands of Spanish player, Sara Sorribes Tormo. Subsequently, the 2014 Wimbledon finalist completed at Monterrey Open, losing in the first-round match.

TORONTO, ON – AUGUST 06: Eugenie Bouchard of Canada wins a point against Bianca Andreescu of Canada during a first round match on Day 4 of the Rogers Cup at Aviva Centre on August 06, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)

As she tore the subscapularis in her right shoulder during a March match in Guadalajara, Bouchard underwent an arthroscopic injury in the coming months and has been on the road to recovery.

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In the meantime, Bouchard has joined the TennisChannel as a commentator. She’s been an instant hit with the audience and offered commentary on the recently concluded Citi Open in Washington and the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic in San Jose.

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With the US Open starting in less than two weeks, the New York fans are eagerly waiting to fill in the iconic Arthur Ashe Stadium and watch their favorite athletes in action.

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Kshitij Tayal

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Kshitij Tayal is a tennis author at EssentiallySports. Having played district-level tennis competitions, Kshitij is also a tenured journalist of the sport with over four years of experience. At EssentiallySports, he pens down some thought-provoking pieces on players and tournaments across the ATP and WTA.

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