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Eugenie Bouchard has revealed the gift her Super Bowl date bought her quoting : Give Me Sport

referring to After their first date – which he described as “very good – the best date ever” – the student decided to buy Bouchard a gift.
And Bouchard clearly enjoyed herself because she’s agreed to go on a second date.
Article continues belowBouchard confirms second date will happen”It has been awesome, he’s normal,” the 2014 Wimbledon finalist was quoted as saying by TMZ.
Eugenie Bouchard must have feared the worst after losing her Super Bowl bet earlier this month.
“So, this is a gift from my Twitter date, John,” she said.

Eugenie Bouchard has revealed the gift her Super Bowl date bought her

according to After losing a Super Bowl bet on Twitter Bouchard agreed to go on a date with a random fan.
(AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)Tennis star Genie Bouchard kept her side of a bet for a date after the Atlanta Falcons lost the lead at the Super Bowl.
Bouchard tweeted during the Super Bowl that she knew the Falcons would win.
John Goehrke responded to her by writing “if patriots win we go on a date?”
They sat together for the game against the Bucks and came on the court and threw some souvenir balls into the stands.

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Genie Bouchard honors Super Bowl bet, goes on date with fan

“He’s normal,” Bouchard said.
John Goehrke reached out to her by writing, “If Patriots win we go on a date?
With that in mind, Bouchard honored her bet as she joined Goehrke courtside at a Milwaukee Bucks-Brooklyn Nets game on Wednesday night.
The 22-year-old Bouchard agreed to the stipulation on the heels of confidently saying that she knew the Falcons would win after their hot start.
She also told TMZ that “for sure” she’d have a second date with Goehrke.

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