Various tennis players play an amusing tournament with rich amateurs on the private island of billionaire Richard Branson in the Caribbean. Genie Bouchard has her dreaming dream problems …
At one point, Genie Bouchard (24) no longer likes it. Canadian tennis tries to swim in a mermaid-like pool, but almost dripping.
Bouchard is still demonstrating his swimming attempts at Instagram – including relief to relieve his feet from constriction. "It was so difficult to swim in this matter," writes Bouchard.
Cold as a siren on the safe edge of the pool, Insta-Queen can not miss it. It's just one of many Bouchard's pictures on Necker Island, a small Caribbean destination that belongs to the British Virgin Islands.
Fun doubles the professionals with amateurs
What the world has 88 at this resort? Tennis Games! And at the most expensive tournament in the world. Organized by the owner of the Virgin and Billionaire Richard Branson, whose island is privately owned, each year at the "Necker's Cup" competes with amateurs and amateur players.
It's a six-day glamor event out of comparison. This year, except Bouchard, names such as Serena Williams, Caroline Wozniacki, Nicole Gibbs, Tennys Sandgren, Tommy Haas, Johan Kriek, Bjorn Borg and Pat Cash. In pairs, stars each play with an amateur who makes a necessary change.
The couple pay $ 115,000 for travel to the island if anyone or both want to stand in court against and with the stars. For $ 90,000, the couple can watch.
If you are there, spend a six-day all-inclusive holiday with all the decorations, 60 people meet the guests of the luxurious facility of any desire. And it just plays a little tennis and depends on the stars.
Tournament leader Branson, who had to rebuild his island after Hurricane Irma, donates funds for charity purposes.