She got called "icy" by the press.
"I think the problem is a racial problem," Francoise Abanda says.
The pair met after the tennis star lost a Super Bowl bet.
And in other Bouchard news, she honoured a lost Super Bowl bet with a fan - with a date.
Shop in your closet without shame.
"Feminism isn’t for females. It’s for everyone."
This week, my friend and fellow Olympic champ boatsman, Adam Kreek, made a mistake that I hope can prove to be a learning experience. While chatting with Ron McLean on CBC television, he expressed his opinion that Eugenie Bouchard may not be committed to winning, evidenced by her selfies, interest in fashion and social media presence. To add fuel to the fire, when three fellow Olympians whom I admire very much -- Marnie McBean, Chandra Crawford and Annamay Pierse -- expressed concern over Twitter, he emphatically defended his commentary.
Fellow Canadian Milos Raonic and other high-profile players pulled out.
Other Wimbledon stars, however, could just do *without* it.