How long has been since Eugene's last success on the WTA Tour? Three months exactly. Eugene Bouchard has lost every single match she has played since the 2nd round victory against Shuai Peng at the Australian Open, which was in January. That makes five straight at the moment. And she has been losing to the lower-ranked opponents, including Ashleigh Barty, Anika Beck, Ajla Tomljanovic and Sara Sorribes Tormo. She is struggling to find her rhythm, and she desperately needs to start winning. Even if that means she has to play outside of the WTA events.

The Canadian is the first seed in the ITF Indian Harbor Beach tournament this week, and she is playing 23-year-old Brianna Morgan in the first round, an American that stands around the 600th spot in the WTA rankings.

It all started after posing for the 'Sports Illustrated.'

Eugene Bouchard hasn't played at all in February, as she had "better things to do." She posed for the "Sports Illustrated" magazine in pretty seductive fashion, which resulted in dozens of hot photos of Eugene, wearing nothing but sexy swimsuits. Then, she went on a date with her Twitter fan, after she lost a bet on a Superbowl. She finally returned to the tennis courts early in March, but immediately lost to Ajla Tomljanovic in two straight sets.

Bouchard currently holds a 56th spot on the WTA rankings, but she could easily drop out of the "TOP 100" if she continues to play poorly.

Bouchard described her form with one simple sentence, as she said that'd been a little struggle, but didn't seem worried.

She was a finalist at Wimbledon in 2014 but, except for the semi-final effort at Sydney earlier this year, where she lost to Johanna Konta, Bouchard hasn't been able to make an impact on the WTA Tour this season.

Why Bouchard is struggling

Eugenie Bouchard is still one of the biggest prospects on the WTA Tour. The Canadian is strong, quick and good looking. Also, she used to win big matches earlier in her career. Obviously, the pressure was too big on former No.5, who reached Wimbledon finals in 2014.

Her former coach Nick Saviano that has been with Genie since she was 12 years old, once said: "I'm not surprised what was happening to Genie in the past years.

No, not terribly surprised. Because there were high expectations and she was dragged in a lot of different directions. I'm feeling sorry for her."

Bouchard reunited with her former coach Thomas Hogstedt in December, but obviously, that doesn't work as expected.