Eugenie Bouchard has been providing tennis fans with all sorts of entertainment on social media during self-isolation but one fan may have got more than he bargained for when asking her opinion.
Bouchard recently took part in a virtual tennis tournament and was trolled online after losing three matches in a row.
But she was clearly in no mood to mess around on the weekend after savagely trolling a fan.
On Sunday, Bouchard alluded to her schedule being out of whack during the lockdown.
i want dominos for breakfast. it’s also 1:30pm— Genie Bouchard (@geniebouchard) May 2, 2020
Bouchard sent out a tweet saying she wanted: ‘Dominoes for breakfast.”
However, one fan responded with a photo and asked what she thinks of his new haircut, which he cut by himself in isolation.
thought you were wearing a hat lol— Genie Bouchard (@geniebouchard) May 2, 2020
But she was clearly in no mood to mess around or offer any sort of praise.
“Thought you were wearing a hat lol,” she joked.
The fan retorted but only after Bouchard’s response was labelled ‘savage’ and inundated with likes.
Bouchard trolled for virtual tennis fail
The Madrid Open was cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, so they decided to go online instead.
A number of the game’s biggest stars have been battling it out in the virtual world, playing a video game as themselves against their opponents.
However it looks like Bouchard’s days in virtual tennis are over after she lost all three of her matches on Wednesday.
“I’m trying so hard not to swear right now,” she said.
“I can’t believe I woke up today and lost three matches in a row. I’m so p***ed.”
The Canadian star then posted a selfie on Instagram and wrote: “I’m never playing this tennis game again.”
Bouchard’s struggles in the virtual world echo those of real life.
The former World No.5 and Wimbledon finalist has endured a horrible run over the last few years, seeing her ranking plummet all the way to No.332.
Predictably, she copped some unwanted abuse from fans after her efforts at the virtual Madrid Open.