Coco Gauff, Eugenie Bouchard and other tennis players’ Thanksgiving celebrations

Many athletes from the tennis fraternity, including Coco Gauff other Eugenie Bouchardcelebrated Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 24.

With the official tennis season concluding for most players, they were able to put their feet up and celebrate the special occasion with their loved ones.

Gauff enjoyed the day with her parents and brothers as well as their extended family. The 18-year-old wished her fans a happy Thanksgiving and even shared pictures of the “spread for the evening”, showing a variety of Thanksgiving delicacies.

“We’re missing a lot of people in the pic but happy thanksgiving from my fam to yours,” Gauff wrote.

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Thanksgiving is a holiday to express gratitude, but really we should do it all year long. For the love and support of family and friends For those working today so others may have a joyful day For relationships both old and new, I am forever thankful. #HappyThanksgiving

Happy thanksgiving to everyone who celebrates it today! I’m grateful on this day and every other day to spend it on the tennis court doing what I love to do 🎾 #grateful


Coco Gauff and Eugenie Bouchard reflect on their 2022 season

Coco Gauff reached a career-high in both singles and doubles in 2022reflecting on her year, the American teenager said that the season was unforgettable but noted that the best was yet to come.

“We live, we learn, but mostly importantly we keep trying. 2022 season is officially over and definitely one I’ll never forget. Thank you God for strengthening me at my lowest and highest points this season. #thebestisyettocome,” Coco Gauff wrote.

Meanwhile, Eugenie Bouchard made a tennis comeback halfway through the 2022 season after a significant hiatus. The 2014 Wimbledon finalist admitted to feeling refreshed after the break from tennis and said that she preferred playing the sport.

“I much prefer playing tennis. It was great to do some different activities off court while I was out. Honestly, being on live TV kind of helped kind of fill that need for adrenaline that I was missing while playing tennis. It replicated it a little bit,” Eugenie Bouchard said.


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