Eugenie Bouchard: Canada's next big sports star

The National's Peter Armstrong examines Canadian tennis phenom Eugenie Bouchard's young career and the pressures associated with success.

The National's Peter Armstrong examines tennis phenom's sharp rise in WTA ranks

CBC's The National takes a look at the highest ranked teen in tennis. 2:42

Eugenie Bouchard may be just a teenager, but she's quickly beginning to establish herself as one of the faces of women's tennis. 

The 19-year-old native of Westmount, Montreal, began last season ranked 144th in the world but has catapulted herself up to 31st and is the highest ranked teenager on the WTA circuit.

The National's Peter Armstrong examines the Canadian's impressive run and the pressures associated with success. 

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