Eugenie Bouchard is in no rush to let Roger Federer forget he let slip two match points against Serbian Novak Djokovic during the Wimbledon final after a cheeky joke on social media.
Bouchard lost her opening match at the Ladies Open Lausanne to Germany’s Tamara Korpatsch 2-6, 6-4, 7-5.
But the Canadian had match point in the third set when she was up 5-4.
However, she wasn’t able to convert and went down to bow out of the opening round of the tournament.
But after the match, Bouchard took to Instagram to poke fun at her loss captioning a photo claiming she had “pulled a rog”.
She was referring to Federer’s heartbreaking loss to Djokovic in Wimbledon’s longest ever final.
It should have been the life-changing, career-defining triumph that secured Federer's status as the sport’s greatest of all time.
But instead of adding the strawberries and cream to an unparalleled career, Federer departed the All England Club wondering what might have been after squandering successive match points to let slip the longest final in Wimbledon's 152-year history.
Serving at 8-7 and 40-15 in the final set, Federer looked set to defy the doubters and Father Time to become the oldest grand slam champion in half a century of professional tennis.
Alas, for the third time against Novak Djokovic in his record-setting grand slam career, Federer walked off vanquished after blowing match points.
"I don't know what I feel right now. I just feel like it's such an incredible opportunity missed, I can't believe it," Federer said after his 7-6 (7-5) 1-6 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 13-12 (7-3) gut-wrencher.