Eugenie Bouchard Asks For Suggestions To Order Pizza, Gets Bizarre Replies

As expected, hordes of fans flooded the reply section to give their suggestions. And while some took the matter rather seriously and gave honest answers, others took a completely different path.

Two years back, the Canadian tennis player had paid off her lost Super Bowl bet by joining blind date John Goehrke at a Brooklyn Nets NBA home game against Milwaukee.

Goehrke, a 20-year-old University of Missouri student and New England Patriots supporter, won his dream date with Bouchard thanks to the New England Patriots’ record-setting rally to defeat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51.

Eugenie Bouchard had predicted an Atlanta triumph on Twitter with the Falcons ahead 21-0 and her suitor pitched a date if the Patriots rallied to win.

Bouchard agreed, only to then see Tom Brady lead the Patriots to a 34-28 comeback triumph.

Bouchard, who was once ranked No.5 in the world after reaching the final of Wimbledon in 2014, has had some underwhelming performances in recent times, which has seen her drop to her current WTA ranking of 157.

Earlier this month, Bouchard was upstaged by teenage compatriot Bianca Andreescu, who beat 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams to become Canada’s first Grand Slam singles champion.

The US Open triumph lifted Andreescu to a career-best fifth in the world rankings, matching the best-ever mark by a Canadian woman set by Eugenie Bouchard in 2014.

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