Canadian Eugenie Bouchard happy with performance in second round of Australian Open
Canadian tennis star, Eugenie Bouchard satisfied with the way she played against Kiki Bertens of the Netherlands
Melbourne, January 21 (IANS)
World No.7 Eugenie Bouchard expressed satisfaction at the way she controlled the game and demolished her opponent, the Netherlands' Kiki Bertens, 6-0 6-3 at the Australian Open here on Wednesday.
The Canadian tennis star advanced to the third round of the women's singles with the win.
“I was happy with the way I was able to step in and control the points, whether I did the winner or she did the error,” Bouchard was quoted as saying by news.com.au Wednesday.
“In the end I think that's how I want to play.”
She also added how she loved the tournament and felt nostalgic coming back to Melbourne Park, of which she had great memories as a junior tennis player.
“I love this tournament, I've always had great memories from it, even in the juniors, when I played the juniors here.”