We very much doubt this will pass Wimbledon’s strict dress code.
Eugenie Bouchard has shaken things up as she prepares for the year’s third grand slam, sporting a sleek black catsuit during a practice session at the All England Club.
“Catsuit vibes,” she wrote on social media alongside a pic of her practicing her serve.
While she certainly won’t be allowed to wear it when Wimbledon starts, it certainly has caught the eye of the tennis world.
“Auditioning for Cat Woman?” wrote American player Kristie Ahn.
While TV star Kaley Cuoco even commented: “I mean this bod!”
And fans were equally as impressed:
Looking lovely— Timothyharris (@Timothy51479580) June 26, 2019
If only dress sense decided victories....Genie would have surpassed Margaret Court! 😍— Yagya Vats (@iyagya) June 26, 2019
Should come in white for wimbledon.— Giovanni Spinotti (@Spaitz) June 26, 2019
I want one!!— Nick Joannou (@TwixNick) June 27, 2019
Hell yeah. But Ann didn't rock it like Genie will.— Jeff Tellier (@JeffreyTellier) June 26, 2019
Too bad that you can't do the all black.
You're perfect just the way you are Genie♥️♥️— 🎩 (@__suyash) June 26, 2019
I love her— Bill Petrie (@Petrie_29) June 26, 2019
Bouchard in that catsuit man 🥴— San Antonio Rambler (@LancsT89) June 26, 2019
The catsuit revived memories of Serena Williams’ controversial outfit at the 2018 French Open, which was criticised at the time by organisers.
It was later revealed that Serena was wearing the bodysuit because of circulation issues after the birth of her daughter.
Bouchard only Canadian female
Rising Canadian talent Bianca Andreescu will miss Wimbledon as she continues to recover from the shoulder injury that forced her out of the French Open.
Andreescu, who turned 19 on June 16, withdrew from the French Open after beating Marie Bouzkova in three sets in the first round.
It means Bouchard will be the only Canadian female in the draw.
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At Roland Garros, Andreescu was playing her first tournament since retiring from her round of 16 match at Miami in March with a right shoulder injury.
A week earlier, she had toppled Angelique Kerber in the final at Indian Wells to become the first wild card to win the WTA title in the California desert.
Ranked 60th going into Indian Wells, she rose to 24th and was ranked 25th on Monday.