Tennis star Eugenie Bouchard honors losing Super Bowl bet, takes random fan on date

Eugenie Bouchard of Canada serves in her third round match against Coco Vandeweghe of the United States on day five of the 2017 Australian Open on January 20, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.

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Never let it be said that Australian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard isn’t a woman of her word.

Bouchard made good on her Super Bowl bet with a 20-year-old fan and Twitter user, John Goehrke. During the big game earlier this month, when the Atlanta Falcons were ahead by a large margine, Goehrke tweeted at Bouchard, “if patriots win we go on a date?”

An overconfident Bouchard responded, “Sure.” 

She later tweeted, “Lesson learned. Never bet against Tom Brady.” 

Bouchard honored the friendly wager by taking Goehrke to a Nets game in Brooklyn on Wednesday night. They sat courtside, posed for pictures and posted on social media throughout the evening. 

Earlier this week, Bouchard made light of the losing bet during the Grammys, assuring other fans that they wouldn’t have the same luck as Goehrke. 

“Not making any bets tonight #GRAMMYs,” she tweeted Sunday.