Coronavirus: Isolated Eugenie Bouchard Sparks Meltdown After Wanting A Boyfriend

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Coronavirus: Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard sparks a Twitter meltdown after claiming that self-isolation would have been better with a boyfriend

Written By Sreehari Menon | Mumbai | Updated On:

The coronavirus pandemic has seen the ATP and WTA cancel all tennis tournaments as a precautionary measure. Several tennis stars have been forced into quarantine due to the growing cases of the deadly pandemic. Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard, who is currently in self-isolation, believes that the coronavirus lockdown would be more bearable if she had a boyfriend during her isolation.

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Eugenie Bouchard Twitter: Canadian tennis star believes coronavirus isolation would have been fun with a boyfriend

Eugenie Bouchard, just like the rest of the tennis community, is currently out of action after the ATP and WTA suspended all tournaments in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The 2014 Wimbledon runner-up since going into quarantine, has taken to Twitter to express her time in isolation while engaging with her fans. Eugenie Bouchard on Thursday tweeted that she would have had a better time in self-isolation with a boyfriend. 

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Eugenie Bouchard Twitter: Fans react to Eugenie Bouchard's boyfriend tweet

Eugenie Bouchard's tweet quite expectedly drew reactions from her male fanbase. Mixed doubles partner Nick Kyrgios also replied to Bouchard's tweet while fans were also at their creative best to impress the Canadian star. Here are some of the best replies to Eugene Bouchard's tweet. 

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Coronavirus pandemic sees ATP and WTA cancel clay court season

The ATP and the WTA jointly announced the association saw it fit to cancel the scheduled clay court season due to the outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic. The Coronavirus outbreak saw the French Tennis Federation postpone the French Open 2020 to September, which earlier scheduled for May. The Roland Garros, traditionally the second Grand Slam of the year, will now be the fourth and final Grand slam of the 2020 season. 

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