Tennis star Eugenie Bouchard incredulous by Taylor Swift’s $97 million cat fortune

Eugenie Bouchard has returned to the game after a 17-month hiatus due to shoulder surgery. Since your return to the WTA Tour, in mid-August 2022, she has played in five main draw tournaments, collecting 5 wins and 5 defeats, a considerable haul considering the long stop.

The 28-year-old Montreal native worked on television as a commentator on the Tennis Channel during her hiatus, although she had missed playing tennis dearly: “I much prefer playing tennis. It was nice to do different off-court activities while I was out.

Honestly, being on live TV has helped me fill that need for adrenaline that I was missing from playing tennis. He played that up a bit. He pushed me to challenge myself and step out of my comfort zone. I prefer to sweat on the field. I can always do that later in life. I still want to play tennis for a few more years,” said Genie.

The Canadian, in this new 2023 season, is expecting to come back on the court to gein back some good results.

Eugenie Bouchard is incredulous by Taylor Swift’s $97 million cat fortune

The Canadian tennis player was incredulous when she discovered the net worth of Taylor Swift’s beloved Scottish Fold cat named Olivia Benson.

The cat has a massive net worth estimated at around $97 million – it is among the richest pets in the world.

Pubity, said: “Taylor Swift’s beloved cat, a Scottish sheepfold named Olivia Benson, is the third richest pet in the world.”

The social media post also caught the attention of Eugenie Bouchard as she shared her Instagram post of hers, writing, “Can someone explain this to me.”





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Bouchard reached the peak of her career in 2014 at the age of 20 when she reached the semifinals at the Australian Open and the Roland Garros but above all the Wimbledon final where she only surrendered to Petra Kvitova.

That fantastic year led the Canadian to become number 5 in the world and to win her only WTA title in Nuremberg. Now with the sixteenths conquered in Mexico you will climb 88 positions advancing to 342nd place in the world rankings which can be a starting point to try your ascent.