Eugenie Bouchard: Canadian Wimbledon 2013 Player Perfects The Ponytail (PHOTOS)

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Eugenie Bouchard is the Canadian tennis player to watch at Wimbledon 2013. | Getty

The biggest news to come out of Wimbledon 2013 isn't Rafael Nadal's stunning loss, Maria Sharapova's boyfriend's on-court meltdown or even Pippa Middleton's "drunk face."

Nope, that honour belongs to Canadian Eugenie Bouchard, who is quickly rising up the tennis rank ladder.

The 19-year-old stunned Wimbledon watchers when she beat No. 12 Ana Ivanovic in women's singles on Wednesday, marking the biggest win of her young career. Although the teen's Wimbledon 2013 adventure has come to an end (she lost to Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain on Friday), the Canuck is still one to watch.

The Quebec-native, who's currently Canada's highest-ranked women's singles player and has the No. 66 position in the world rankings, is not only a skilled tennis player but she's also a great beauty who is a total pro when it comes to putting her hair in a perfect ponytail. (Come on, you didn't think HuffPost Canada Style wouldn't care about the teen's hair?)

Bouchard has styled her blond locks carefully so that they look effortless and stylish even when she's setting up an ace or throwing a backhand. (Would you look at that on-trend braid?)

Since we've already called out the most stylish ladies and the hottest guys at Wimbledon 2013, we feel it's about time for our little Canadian to shine (and give us hair envy to boot.)

Check out pics of the gorgeous Eugenie Bouchard:

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