Genie Bouchard reunites with twin sister, celebrate birthday together for first time in eight years

Former World No. 5 Eugenie Bouchard recently celebrated her 29th birthday with her twin sister Beatrice. The sisters were named after Prince Andrew's daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice of York.

Bouchard rose to fame in 2014, a year that was by far the most successful of her career. In the 2014 season, Bouchard reached the semifinals of the Australian Open as well as the French Open. She then etched her name in the record books of Canadian tennis history by becoming the first Canadian-born player to represent Canada in the final of a Grand Slam tournament, the 2014 Wimbledon Championships. However, she failed to win the coveted title, losing to Petra Kvitova in straight sets.

The World No. 317 took to social media to post pictures of her birthday celebrations with Beatrice, who is just six minutes older than her.

"Celebrating our bday [birthday] together for the first time in 8 years," Bouchard captioned the post.

"Also who is who in the 2nd pic," she wrote in the comments.

Bouchard also shared an array of Instagram stories featuring birthday wishes from some of her friends as well as a glimpse of her birthday celebrations in Tulum, Mexico.

She also posted a picture together with her sister.

"Popped over to Tulum for one day to celebrate my bday with my twin. We've celebrated together only once in over a decade," she wrote.

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