Since her big breakthrough in 2013, Bouchard has become one of the most buzzed-about names in sports. Last year, the rising Canadian tennis star was a runner-up at Wimbledon and signed endorsement deals with some of the biggest brands in the universe. Not too shabby — for a 21-year-old. What's next? It's her serve.
A Slam final and two semis are not only fantastic results for a given season — they're great career results for most tennis pros. And those kind of performances don't happen by accident.
FACT: In 2014, Eugenie Bouchard became the first Canadian woman to make it to the semifinals of the Australian Open in nearly three decades.