Eugenie Bouchard, 23, revealed that she had gone on another date with super fan John Goehrke, 20, nine months after their first date.
It appeared to be heating up once more between and student while they enjoyed an evening on Miami beach together.
The Tennis star flaunted her slender figure in a sizzling bikini as she wrapped her frame in an oversized white towel after the sun had set.
The Canadian sports star highlighted her tight abs in the crochet two-piece high-waisted bikini as she navigated her way through the sand barefoot.
John sported a pair of neon orange swimshorts complementing the tennis pro.
Eugenie had gone on a second date last Thursday with the super fan who won a bet to take her out. In February, she agreed to a date on Twitter with John after she vowed if the Atlanta Falcons triumphed over the New England Patriots in the Superbowl, she would go on a date with him, but she ultimately lost the bet.
After their first date, when she flew John to New York to see a Brooklyn Nets game. She stunned fans when she took to Instagram to share a snap with her date while penning underneath: ‘Look who came to visit me!’
Eugenie undoubtedly surprised John back in February when she took him up on his cheeky proposition.
John was delighted and fans were shocked. The pair seems to have formed a lasting bond as she took to social media to share a sweet snap of the duo at their reunion.
Eugenie was asked how the date went, and she gave a thumbs up: ‘Awesome, he’s normal. He picked me up at my hotel, like a gentleman, and we came over here.’
‘He bought me a nice little gift. We enjoyed the game courtside and he’s a normal fan.’
‘I didn’t know (he was going to be normal), it’s complete luck – I’m so lucky.’ Asked whether there would be a second date, she replied: ‘For sure.’
Early this year, Eugenie was recovering from an injury and had to withdraw from the Nuremberg Cup tennis tournament with a right ankle issue.
The 2014 champion informed tournament director Sandra Reichel in May when an MRT scan showed she had torn a ligament.
The Canadian’s participation in the French Open was in doubt and was replaced by Julia Glushko of Israel, who lost 6-4, 5-7, 6-0 to the second-seeded Yulia.
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