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Eugenie Bouchard’s tennis future unclear after joining pickleball revolution

Eugenie Bouchard’s tennis future unclear after joining pickleball revolution

Former world No.5 Eugenie Bouchard’s tennis future is unclear after she officially joined the Pro Pickleball Tour.

Bouchard, who is a former Wimbledon finalist, confirmed the news on her social media on Friday morning.

The 29-year-old has yet to comment on whether she will continue her tennis career or quit to focus solely on the new racquet sport.

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The Canadian rose to prominence in 2014 when she reached the final of Wimbledon and the semi-finals at the Australian Open and French Open.

But she has failed to reach those heights again, slumping to world No.215 in the rankings and no main draw appearances at grand slam level since 2020.

Eugenie Bouchard has joined the Pickleball Tour. Credit: Getty Images

She crashed out in the second round of qualifying of the US Open.

Bouchard will join recently retired American Jack Sock on the Pickleball Tour.

Pickleball is the fastest-growing sport in the US with over 36 million players and has a host of celebrity backers, including Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios, NFL great Tom Brady and NBA superstar LeBron James.

Meanwhile, Pacific Pickleball launched Australia’s first professional pickleball league, signing 33 elite local players to Australia’s newest sports teams; Sydney Smash, Melbourne Mavericks, Brisbane Breakers, and Gold Coast Glory.

All teams will now play under the new Major League Pickleball Australia banner and Pacific Pickleball’s teams events will now align with the MLP format.

“This partnership is a landmark moment for the sport of pickleball. Major League Pickleball is at the forefront of standardizing the best professional pickleball league, not just in the U.S. but globally,” said MLP CEO Julio DePietro.

“The MLP format is an amazing way to create even more excitement at these already electric team events.”

Major League Pickleball Australia will hand out close to a million dollars in cash prizes over the next year.

MLP Australia will blast off on September 8-10 in Brisbane before Melbourne and the Sydney events later in the year.

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