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In Court, Eugenie Bouchard Describes Locker Room Fall at the U.S. Open

Bouchard then showered to wash the caustic substance off her body and left for the evening. Bouchard was the final witness for the plaintiff’s side. She testified for just over an hour at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, giving concise, direct answers and betraying little emotion. After describing…

New York Open Stays Out of the Way in Tournament’s First Year

“For the first year, it was what we expected,” said Josh Ripple, the tournament director. “Already, it’s more than Memphis was for the last 10 years. To think we would get 6,000 people here in the first year is just a bad thought process unless you’re going to have Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal.” Those…

Trial for Eugenie Bouchard’s Lawsuit Against U.S.T.A. Is Set to Begin

The sides have not come close to a settlement at any point in the 28 months since Bouchard filed the lawsuit. She attended the most recent settlement conference on Feb. 9 but no compromise was reached. Bouchard’s lawyer, Benedict Morelli, has said he is seeking “millions and millions” of dollars in compensation for her injuries.…