Performances of Bouchard shows that she is a competent player of tennis. At the beginning, she was elected to Open Super 12 tournament. Afterward, she scored well in Canadian under-18 indoor event and then she conquers the Pan American Closed ITF Championship. Hence at a very young age, Bouchard began presenting her homeland at international level and defeated known players. Five years ago, Bouchard became the only Canadian athlete to have the Grand Slam in singles when she collected Junior Wimbledon title. In the same year, she was titled WTA Newcomer of the Year. These wins assisted her to get more rewarding chances and to make more money and fame. In below part of this article, all fans of Eugenie Bouchard can find her current earnings in 2018 along with prize money detail, endorsements, and net worth.
Due to her descent and exotic looks, Bouchard has received various modeling offers. She modeled for the cover page of ELLE and Chic. She has plans to start modeling as a profession too.
Besides professional career, several top brands chose her for their sponsorship and endorsement purpose.
Her sponsors include
- Rogers Communications
Aviva Canada and Nike.
Let have a look at her current income stats.
- Eugenie Bouchard 2018 Earnings: Round about $7.5 M
Prize Money: Approximately $0.8 M these are combination of( Salary+Winnings)
- Endorsements Money: $ 6.5 M
Eugenie Bouchard Net Worth in 2018: $9 Million
- Note: The above figures are not the exact one, these are collecting from several online references.
In 2014 Bouchard turn out to be second Canadian lady to arrive at Grand Slam semifinal at Australian Open and also reaches French Open. In the same year, she is the winner of Wimbledon Championship.
In 2015, she suffers an injury, so she was not qualified for US Open. But she recovered herself with better performances. Recently, she competes at Brisbane International.
Eugenie Bouchard 2018 Earnings Net Worth Endorsements Prize Money
Bio: This renowned player of tennis was born in Montreal. She is the daughter of Julie (mother) and Michel Bouchard. Her father was an investment banker by profession. She has three other siblings, a fraternal identical sister Beatrice, a second sister named Charlotte and William brother.
At 5, Bouchard began involved in the tennis game and then went to Tennis National Training Center based in Montreal. At the same time, she was a student at The Study School. When she turned to 12, Bouchard traveled to Florida to gain training from a tennis coach. She took training under Nick for 3 years and then went back to Montreal.