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Bouchard Joins Tennis Channel During Shoulder Rehab

Genie Bouchard is back in action— as a tennis television analyst.

The 2014 Wimbledon finalist has joined Tennis Channel as a special guest analyst while she continues rehab from shoulder surgery.

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Bouchard made her TC debut on Monday night during the network's coverage of the the Citi Open in Washington, DC andthe Mubadala Silicone Valley Classic in San Jose, Calif. Bouchard will offer commentary every day this week and continue to work for the network during the initial days of Canada’s National Bank Open presented by Rogers, which takes place in Toronto and Montreal starting August 9th.

Bouchard will workwith Tennis Channel analysts and former players Lindsay Davenpot, Paul Annacone, Chanda Rubin, and Jimmy Arias.

“I’m very excited to work with Tennis Channel for the next few weeks,” said Bouchard. “Whether at home or in a hotel on the road, I always have Tennis Channel on my TV. I’m really looking forward to joining the team in the studio.”

Ranked as high as No. 5 in singles (the first Canadian to do so), Bouchard had a magnificent run to the final at Wimbledon in 2014. It was the same year that she reached the semifinals at both the Australian Open and French Open. She has represented Canada at the Olympics and as a member of its Fed Cup team.

Tennis Channel has a tradition of working with guest analysts. This has included Hall of Famers Andy Roddick, Pam Shriver and Michael Chang as well as active players recovering from injury, among them Sloane Stephens, Ashley Harkleroad, Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Shelby Rogers.