Eugenie Bouchard Gives a Sneak Peek to Her Daily Routine From Tennis Training to Gymming

Published 07/10/2021, 2:09 AM EDT
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 18: Eugenie Bouchard of Canada walks off court after losing her second round match against Simona Halep of Romania on day four of the 2018 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 18, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)


Apart from being an individual’s sport, tennis is also unbending when it comes to physical compatibility. Inarguably, physical fitness is one of the essential factors in surviving on the Tour for a longer duration. For this, former World No.5 Eugenie Bouchard opened up on her daily operations as a professional tennis athlete.

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Back in March 2021 at WTA Monterrey Open, Bouchard tore her subscapularis and underwent arthroscopic surgery recently. Now, she is working on her recovery to return to the tennis courts again.

PARIS, FRANCE – SEPTEMBER 27: Eugenie Bouchard of Canada celebrates after winning match point during her Women’s Singles first round match against Anna Kalinskaya of Russia during day one of the 2020 French Open at Roland Garros on September 27, 2020 in Paris, France. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Recently, in a series, “In Their Shoes,” from American sports footwear New Balance, Bouchard explained her day-to-day routine. While the schedule might vary from one player to another, the Canadian surely knows her game. Here’s what she said.

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What is the daily training routine for Eugenie Bouchard?

For starters, the 27-year-old spends at least 90 minutes on court twice every day working on her tennis. However, that is not all. Bouchard also gives in about two hours of her day to the gym. She exclaimed that “It’s a full day; it’s a full-time job.”

Furthermore, the Canadian professional opened up on her demeanor on a tennis court. Although she agreed to be aggressive, she stated that it is a crucial part of her game. Smilingly, Bouchard mentioned that she also has the same attitude outside court, on which she has to work.

In the end, the 2014 Wimbledon semifinalist revealed that she is rehabbing and desperate to return to a tennis court. Even so, she accepted that injuries are part and parcel of this mesmerizing game.

“It makes me appreciate the chances I do get to play more. So, I’m training, and as soon as I’m ready, I’ll be out there and more motivated than ever,” Bouchard concluded.

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Bouchard announces sad news about tennis return

Notably, the Canadian professional has been in and out of consistency on the WTA Tour. Bouchard is also outside the Top 100 Rankings at 114. Not to mention, she has not played a competitive tournament since early March 2021.

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Eugenie Bouchard (CAN) in action against Bianca Andreescu (CAN) during the WTA Rogers Cup match on August 6, 2019 at Aviva Centre in Toronto, ON. (Photo by Gerry Angus/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Only days ago, Bouchard withdrew from the Rogers Cup, also knows as the Canadian Open. But, she hinted that she might have an appearance as a fan.

Hopefully, the Canadian will recover speedily and come back on the Tour soon. Fans are also eager to see her surge into the big leagues again. Do you think Bouchard will leap in the rankings in 2021?

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Also Read: Eugenie Bouchard Announced Sad News About Tennis Return at Rogers Cup 2021

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Purav Joshi

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Purav Joshi is a Tennis author at EssentiallySports. Having a degree in Films, Television and Media Production, he guided his passion for writing and journalism into the sport of aces and rallies. With over 2 years of experience as a copywriter, Purav has authored over 500 tennis articles.

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