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Big Events Helped Bouchard Rise

Eugenie Bouchard was at her best in the Grand Slams in 2014, and was awarded with her first qualifying berth at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global.

Eugenie Bouchard saved her best form for the biggest events in 2014, with Grand Slam success keying her qualification for Singapore, most notably becoming the first Canadian to reach a Grand Slam final at Wimbledon.

"I think it's a tough road to try to become as good as I want to be no matter what," Bouchard said. "I'm not going to win every single time. I think this was a good experience for me, my first Slam final.

"I'm going to learn a lot from this and hopefully use it to get much better."

While strong showings at the majors - she also reached the semifinals at the Australian and French Opens - provided the backbone for Bouchard's Singapore quest, there were impressive results elsewhere, including a semifinal outing in Charleston, her first WTA title in Nürnberg and a runner-up showing in Wuhan.

Bouchard scored wins over elite players throughout the season, compiling six Top 10 wins and her first Top 5 win, that coming over World No.3 Simona Halep in the Wimbledon semifinals.

 

 

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