Tennis: it's the end for Eugenie Bouchard, who does not have to be ashamed of her performance

Tennis: it’s the end for Eugenie Bouchard, who doesn’t have to blush of his performance


Eugenie Bouchard's singles run at the Madrid tennis tournament ended with a 6-2, 7-5 loss to Italy's Martina Trevisan on Friday, ending a quite an interesting week of work for the Quebecer. 

Defeated by the 20th racket in the world, “Genie” will gain several ranks in the WTA rankings after confirming her place in the main draw and defeating the Ukrainian Dayana Yastremska in the first round. However, the task was much more tedious against the 18th seed of the competition, except that Bouchard fought well, especially in the second set. She also broke to tie the game at 4-4 and even take the lead shortly after, but Trevisan pocketed the next three games to win in 1h 45min. 

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No ace n' was recorded during the confrontation, the athlete of the maple leaf committing the two double faults of the meeting. The winner had four breaks in 10 occasions and did not have to save her serve once.