Genie Bouchard is still one of the most attractive prospects in tennis. The Canadian is strong, determined, and extremely good looking; also, Genie used to win… a lot! Things went south for Bouchard after she reached the final in Wimbledon; she seemed unable to cope anymore with the pressure, and she fell in the rankings from being world no.5 in October 2014 to the actual 47th rank.
Saviano. Why Bouchard was struggling
Genie has recently reunited with her historical coach Nick Saviano that has been grooming Genie since she was 12 years’ old. Nick knows Genie so well so as to consider her a “sort of daughter.” During a recent interview, Saviano commented that he wasn’t surprised by what has happened to the Canadian in the past years “No, not terribly surprised, because there were so many expectations and she was pulled in a lot of different directions,” he commented. “I felt bad for her for a while there. I didn’t enjoy seeing her lose like she was losing, but she’s recovered from those losses. She’s starting to turn her game around. I’m very pleased with the development over the last six weeks. Her game has really come along a great deal.”
Genie has just lost an intriguing match at the Roland Garros against the world no.9 Timea Bacsinszky.
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