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Genie Talks Tennis, Fashion & Much More

Eugenie Bouchard stopped off at the Garage store in Montréal for some shopping and some talking.

Published December 03, 2012 12:00

Genie Talks Tennis, Fashion & Much More
Eugenie Bouchard

MONTRÉAL, Canada - There's no doubt about it, Eugenie Bouchard isn't just one of Canada's most promising young stars, she's one of the WTA's most promising young stars - she won the Wimbledon junior title in the summer and made her way up to No.144 on this year's November 5 year-end rankings.

So how has she been spending her off-season, apart from all of the training?

Doing what any girl would do - a little bit of shopping, of course. The 18-year-old Canadian, a Garage Clothing Brand Champion, stopped off at the company's flagship store in Montréal for a shopping date and an interview, talking about everything from dreaming big, achieving your goals, fashion likes and dislikes and Agatha Christie mysteries - among many, many other things.

"I train about five to six hours per day, six days a week," Bouchard says of her work ethic in the interview at Garage. "Normally I play about four hours of tennis per day and do two hours of fitness. During tournaments I train less."

And on the aforementioned Agatha Christie novels? "I really like Agatha Christie mystery novels. I've read so many of them. I am a bit nerdy!"

Bouchard also talks about her fashion likes and dislikes, including her "go-to" outfit. "I am pretty casual. I like jeans and a t-shirt for everyday, and boots and Nike high-tops. It's a relief to be out of athletic clothes because I spend days in them. They are definitely comfortable but it is also fun to dress up."

To read the full interview with Bouchard and see more photos from the visit to Garage, go to www.facebook.com/Garage or click on the image below.

Eugenie Bouchard

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