Eugenie Bouchard Meets Die-Hard Fan Who Got The Canadian Tennis Player's Face Tattooed on His Forearm! Watch Video
Eugenie Bouchard with her Fan (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Eugenie Bouchard might not be enjoying the greatest of days on the tennis court but that does not affect her fan base. She recently had a memorable encounter with a die-hard fan of hers. The 25-year-old met a fan named Michael who has got a massive tattoo of tennis player's face inked on his forearm. The winner of 2012 Wimbledon Championships Girls' Singles expressed her happiness via an Instagram post. Eugenie wrote a long note, showing much love and gratitude to Michael along with pics and video.Novak Djokovic Gives Away Racket to a Fan After Beating Rafael Nadal to Win Australian Open 2019, Watch Video.

''This is insane. How did I get to a point to deserve such a dedicated fan that they would get a tattoo of me on their body? If you told 8 year old me playing my first tournament that I would one day affect someone so much that they would permanently alter their body in my honor... I would not have believed it. And to have the chance to meet him in person! Michael told me I inspire him to do many things, like to go to work everyday, or sometimes even just to get up in the morning. Hearing this makes my heart the happiest it could ever be. Part of me also thinks youre completely psycho Michael 不不不 I hope you dont regret this! And now you are forced to be a fan for life lmao'' writes Bouchard on Instagram.Roger Federer Gifts His Head Band to an Indian Fan.

Here's Eugenie Bouchard's Instagram Post

 

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This is insane. How did I get to a point to deserve such a dedicated fan that they would get a tattoo of me on their body? If you told 8 year old me playing my first tournament that I would one day affect someone so much that they would permanently alter their body in my honour... I would not have believed it. And to have the chance to meet him in person! Michael told me I inspire him to do many things, like to go to work everyday, or sometimes even just to get up in the morning. Hearing this makes my heart the happiest it could ever be. Part of me also thinks youre completely psycho Michael 不不不 I hope you dont regret this! And now you are forced to be a fan for life lmao

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Eugenie made a great start to her career by winning the WTA New Comer of the year award in 2013, which was followed by theWTA Most Improved Playeraward in 2014. It was in this year she had attained her career's highest ranking, that of World No. 5.

However, the former Wimbledon finalist is not in her best of forms at present. Genie Bouchard was knocked out in the first round of Lausanne Ladies Open 2019, marking her seventh consecutive defeat. World No. 78, Bouchard'snext assignment will bein the Vancouver Open 2019 and theBobbie Rosenfeld Award winner will want to put up an improved performance for herself and her fans across the globe.