Canadian tennis star Genie Bouchard wowed fans with snaps of her cat Halloween costume.
Bouchard shared some pictures from her native Montreal on social media as she wore some lacy trousers and a top, exposing her abs. While she also donned some black lingerie and a mask, captioning the snap: "Halloween!"
"Wow!! What a treat," one fan responded, while a second replied: "Meow!" And another added: "Genie! Wow! Absolutely breathtaking!"
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She later attended the glam cocktail Bar George in downtown Montreal – where cocktails can cost up £30 – before tucking into a massive pizza with her friends.
Bouchard reached a career highest ranking of No.5 in the world in tennis, but after a string of injuries derailed her promising career, she has since switched topickleballand will join the Carvana PPA Tour next year.
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Bouchard isn't the only ex-tennis pro to make the switch, with Maria Sharapova also announcing she will play in an upcoming tournament.
Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the US, and it's played with improvised old Ping-Pong paddles and a perforated ball on a badminton court.
The rules of the game are quite similar tennis, and it has attracted a number of former pros to its new circuit, including Bouchard. In September the PPA posted on X: "With one of the biggest signings of the year @geniebouchard, professional tennis star with a WTA #5 career high in singles, joins the PPA Tour in 2024!"
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