Tennis beauty Eugenie Bouchard posed for Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Edition, ahead of a hot date with a fan tonight.

Bouchard will be wined and dined by a mystery American football fan after losing a bet on the Super Bowl.

OMG 😳😳😳 so honored to be in @si_swimsuit

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As The Sun reports, Bouchard was so confident that the Atlanta Falcons would hold onto their 28-9 lead against the New England Patriots that she agreed to go on a date with the fan if Tom Brady's team came back.

And the Canadian is now being true to her word after the Patriots overcame the 19-point deficit in the fourth quarter.


Busy day with @si_swimsuit and then tonight... I'm going on a date πŸ˜‰

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She was joined in Sports Illustrated by 29-time grand slam champion Serena Williams and former World No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki.

Serena Williams 😍😍😍 (πŸ“Έ: Emmanuelle Hauguel) | @comohotels #ParrotCay

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The former Wimbledon finalist is currently ranked number 43 in the world. She was knocked out of the Australian Open third round, but had an impressive run to the Sydney International semifinal, where she was beaten by Britain's Johanna Konta.

As reported by, the 2017 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition also features US Olympic gymnast champions Aly Raisman and Simone Biles, with three different images of model Kate Upton on the cover.

@kateupton is BACK!

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Upton's fiance and Detroit Tigers MLB pitcher Justin Verlander was unable to spend Valentine's Day with Upton this week, but congratulated her on the honour and reacted to the cover on Twitter.