Ginny Bouchard apologizes to Uber driver after scary interaction

Ginny Bouchard apologizes to Uber driver after scary interaction

Former Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard has publicly apologized to one of her Uber drivers for an offensive text message. Bouchard shared the message she sent to her Uber driver, Todd, on Instagram. “I’ll see,” Bouchard’s text to the driver read.

Here’s another embarrassing moment involving Bouchard: “Why am I so mean to my Uber drivers – my bad Todd” on Instagram: Bouchard sighed at the choice of magazine photo after taking a shower.

Bouchard is back in business

Ginny Bouchard returned to the WTA Tour at this year’s US Open, earning her first win after a long layoff.

Bouchard enters US Open using protected ranking entry According to Eugenie Bouchard, she entered the US Open using one of the protected ranking entries. “I will have a limited number of PR entries due to my shoulder surgery.

As much as I love Wimbledon and I’m sad to skip it, it doesn’t make sense to use a PR entry in a tournament that has no ranking points. I have to choose wisely and use PR entries in contests that help me get back where I want to be.

I am continuing my training/rehab and plan to return to competition later this summer. Now I use the two Grand Slam PR entries for the US Open and the Australian Open,” said Bouchard. Bouchard recently played at the Korea Open, losing in the first round to Tatjana Maria (7-6, 7-6).

Canadian player Emma Raducanu and Grand Slam winner Barbora Krejcikova have announced their participation in the Transylvania Open. But Bouchard will have to pass qualifications. Related: 2022 US Open Championship to compete in the Transylvania Open.


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