Tennis star Eugenie Bouchard remains on the lookout for a man despite a string of interesting attempts at a relationship.
The 28-year-old famously made a bet on the Super Bowl with a fan on Twitter and ended up going on a date with him.
She has since agreed to dinner with two separate fans after they pledged money to charity – the most recent coughing up over £70,000 for the pleasure after she moaned about being single during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Bouchard, who is currently continuing her recovery from a long injury absence, appeared on the Golf Monthly podcast when she was asked to describe her ideal man, with an artist on hand to sketch him.
"My first instinct is tall, dark and handsome with a decent cheekbone structure. I like hair that isn't too short, medium length. They need to have nice thick eyebrows and full lips, small ears, and a nice dainty nose and forehead," she told the presenters.
But the drawing wasn't met with the best reaction by Bouchard, who burst into laughter. The clip was later shared on her Instagram page, with the tennis star commenting: "Why did he turn out like a serial killer?”
Fortunately, she went on to insist looks weren't everything and described what else makes her tick, although a future tennis husband is not on the cards.
“I think confidence is very attractive and someone who’s funny, personality matters. After a while, looks fade, and if this is someone who is going to be someone for the future, then you got to make each other laugh and be friends," she added.
“I would say, definitely, I wouldn’t want to date someone in the tennis world because it would just be so much tennis, I feel like non-stop.
"On the one hand, they would probably relate with you more than anybody, but on the other hand, it’s like my friends. My friends are mostly out of tennis and I like to text or call someone and talk about totally different stuff than tennis because my entire day is tennis, so I feel like the same would apply to dating.”
Former tennis prodigy Bouchard has not featured in a major competition for over two years and had to undergo shoulder surgery. She returned to action in September but admitted the time away did little for her relationship prospects.
She added: "You can be normal, socialise, go on more dates than usual, but normally it’s very hard. Now, I’m going to be on the road for a month and just going to be in my room doing room service, hanging out with my coach so that’s what I’m foreseeing for the next month.”
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