WATCH: Eugenie Bouchard Nails Incredible Scoop Over Parris Todd During Mesa Arizona Cup Defeat

Eugenie Bouchard, who recently made the transition from Tennis to pickleball faced Parris Todd in the Mesa Arizona Cup, although the latter prevailed in straight sets. During the game, however, Bouchard executed a wonderful scoop that has taken social media by storm as PPA Tour shared a clip of the impressive get from Eugenie.
WATCH Eugenie Bouchard Nails Incredible Scoop Over Parris Todd During Mesa Arizona Cup Defeat
Pickleball is quickly becoming one of the fastest-growing racquet sports in the world. Infact, there is an array of superstars who have made the transition from other sports to playing pickleball. One of the big names who have made the switch is Eugenie Bouchard, the Canadian Tennis player who recently made her pro pickleball debut.
Featuring in just her second tournament on the PPA Tour, Bouchard squared off against one of the players who has already ascended the women’s singles pickleball hill - Parris Todd. With six medals at the PPA Tour, and one of the only two women to have won a a triple crown on the tour, Bouchard faced a stern challenge and she suffered an exit at the Mesa Arizona Cup against the the No. 23 seed.
On Wednesday, Genie opened up an incredible 7-0 lead before the game turned on its head. Todd somehow found an extra gear and stormed into a first-set victory recording an 11-8 win, and she then won the second game 11-0.
Breezing swiftly past the former tennis pro into the round of 16, Todd was made to work hard for her victory. On the other hand, while Genie will be disappointed with the defeat, she did have one of the moments of the match go her way as she pulled off an incredible scoop over her opponent.
The PPA Tour's official Instagram handle shared a video of the 'incredible get' from Eugenie Bouchard.

Who is Eugenie Bouchard?

The 29-year-old Bouchard hails from Montreal and she is a pro tennis player. She became the first Canadian to represent her country at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships and stormed all the way into the final only to finish runners-up to Petra Kvitová.
In the same year, she also reached the semifinals of the Australian Open and the French Open. She was the first Canadian player to be ranked inside the top 5 in the world back in 2014. Recently, she turned to pro pickleball, joining the revolutionary sport as she made her much-anticipated debut in January.
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