Lost Super Bowl bet has tennis star Eugenie Bouchard planning a date with a fan

Eugenie Bouchard reached the Wimbledon final in 2014. (Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images)

When Tom Brady threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown in the first half of the Super Bowl, leading to a 21-0 Falcons lead, it didn’t look good for the Patriots. That was just fine, apparently, with Eugenie Bouchard, who took to social media to tout that she “knew Atlanta would win.”

That had a Twitter user taking a shot on an outcome at least as improbable as New England pulling off a comeback victory. If the Patriots did manage to win, he suggested that the tennis star go on a date with him, and Bouchard agreed.

[Tom Brady didn’t just have the best Super Bowl ever. He played the greatest football game ever.]

Of course, Brady and Co. would go on to stage the greatest rally in Super Bowl history. As the Falcons’ lead shrank in the fourth quarter, Bouchard admitted to getting “nervous,” and then she began entertaining the unexpected reality of going on the date.


On Monday, Bouchard shared a post that teased at regret over certain events…