Eugenie Bouchard

Eugenie Bouchard 2021: Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements

Eugenie Bouchard was born as one of the twins to Michel Bouchard and Julie Leclair in Montreal on February 25, 1994. She started playing tennis at the age of five and turned professional in 2009.

Her best result came when she reached the final of Wimbledon 2014. She lost out to Petra Kvitova in the finals.

PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC - AUGUST 14: Eugenie Bouchard of Canada competes in her Women's Singles Quarter Final match against Elise Mertens of Belgium during the WTA Prague Open tennis tournament at TK Sparta Praha on August 14, 2020, in Prague, Czech Republic. (Photo by Martin Sidorjak/Getty Images)

Stats and On-court Achievements


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Eugenie Bouchard in her prime was a decent player. She rose to prominence, particularly during the 2014 season, and was ranked World Number five in October.

As mentioned before, she reached the final of Wimbledon 2014.

She also got as far as the semifinals at the Australian Open and French Open, and the 4th round at the US Open 2015.

Eugenie Bouchard of Canada in action against Iga Swiatek of Poland in the third round of the singles competition on Court Simonne Mathieu during the French Open Tennis Tournament at Roland Garros on October 2nd, 2020 in Paris, France. (Photo by Tim Clayton/Corbis via Getty Images)

At the New York major in 2015, she was forced to withdraw due to a concussion. She slipped and fell in the locker-room, and suffered an injury that led to her withdrawal from the event.

At the Australian Open 2017, she reached the third-round and since then she hasn't been beyond the second round at a Major tournament.

She also has a total of one WTA title, that she won in Nuremberg, Germany, and 6 ITF titles.

However, since then, her form has been on the decline and she has struggled to get it back.

Eugenie Bouchard's form going into the 2021 season

The 2020 season saw Bouchard show glimpses of her old form. She reached the quarter-final at the ASB Classic in Auckland. Later in the year, she also made the quarter-final at the Prague Open.

Bouchard then made her first WTA final in four years, at the Istanbul Open, ending her season on a high.

She failed to qualify for the Australian Open at the start of the 2021 season, losing in the final qualifying match.

Currently, her coach is a former six-time Grand Slam doubles champion, Rennae Stubbs.

Eugenie Bouchard: Net Worth 2021

Her career prize money sums up to US$6,635,127. In 2016, Bouchard made the top-10 of the world's highest-paid female athletes, earning $6.2 million that year.

Currently, her estimated net worth is $6 million.

Eugenie Bouchard’s Endorsements

During the 2014 season, the Canadian had a multitude of sponsors chasing after her. But once it was clear that she was just a one-season wonder, the majority of them began to jump ship. Even her agent, John Tobias, left her in March 2018.

Her biggest sponsors, Coca-Cola, Aviva, and Usana, chose to not renew their contracts with her. In 2018, she signed a new racquet sponsor in Yonex.

Canada's Eugenie Bouchard in action during a practice session prior to the Fed Cup match between Switzerland and Canada in Biel, Switzerland. (Photo by Tennis Canada/MB Media/Getty Images)

Despite her poor performances, Nike stuck by her before dropping her in March 2020. Later, Bouchard sported a New Balance costume during the Australian Open 2021 qualifiers. And later it was confirmed that Bouchard had signed a new clothing deal with New Balance.

Where does Eugenie Bouchard live?

Bouchard's house is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as the Bahamas. The Canadian also spends a lot of time in Miami, Florida, for her training sessions.

Eugenie Bouchard's foundation and charity

With regard to charity work, Bouchard has worked with four main charities. They are the Aviva Community Fund, Cancer for College, Cancer Research Society, and the USANA True Health Foundation.  


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How to contact Eugenie Bouchard?


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Las Vegas, Nevada, and the Bahamas,  U.S.A




New Balance, Coca-Cola, Aviva, Usana, Yonex

Net Worth

USD 6 million


1.78 m


Rennae Stubbs