Eugenie Bouchard said she was "disappointed" at not being able to play in Hong Kong. She told Hong Kong Open organisers she had taken advice from her medical team to rest for the next two weeks. Photo: USA Today Sports Eugenie Bouchard said she was "disappointed" at not being able to play in Hong Kong. She told Hong Kong Open organisers she had taken advice from her medical team to rest for the next two weeks. Photo: USA Today Sports
Eugenie Bouchard said she was "disappointed" at not being able to play in Hong Kong. She told Hong Kong Open organisers she had taken advice from her medical team to rest for the next two weeks. Photo: USA Today Sports

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Eugenie Bouchard said she was "disappointed" at not being able to play in Hong Kong. She told Hong Kong Open organisers she had taken advice from her medical team to rest for the next two weeks. Photo: USA Today Sports Eugenie Bouchard said she was "disappointed" at not being able to play in Hong Kong. She told Hong Kong Open organisers she had taken advice from her medical team to rest for the next two weeks. Photo: USA Today Sports
Eugenie Bouchard said she was "disappointed" at not being able to play in Hong Kong. She told Hong Kong Open organisers she had taken advice from her medical team to rest for the next two weeks. Photo: USA Today Sports
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