TENNIS star Eugenie Bouchard did not let her arm sling stop her from taking a dip in the sea with her NFL star boyfriend Mason Rudolph.
The Canadian was pictured frolicking in the ocean in Miami just weeks after undergoing shoulder surgery.
Tennis star Eugenie Bouchard went swimming in the sea despite having her arm in a slingCredit: BackGrid
The Canadian was pictured in the ocean alongside her NFL star beau Mason RudolphCredit: BackGrid
Bouchard and Rudolph hit the beach on Friday in Florida.
The 27-year-old recently revealed she had keyhole surgery on her subscapularis muscle.
But she donned a waterproof sling and hit the water with Rudolph, 25, near her Miami home.
Earlier this month she took to social media to let her fans know about the procedure.
Alongside a photo of her in a New York hospital bed with her arm in a black sling she wrote: “Hey guys. Bad news to report.
“As some of you may know, I’ve been having pain in my right shoulder since last fall.
“This past March, I tore my subscapularis in my first round match in Guadalajara. Since then, I have tried every form of conservative treatment and rehab known to man, to no avail.
“So last week, I pulled the trigger and had arthroscopic surgery. Doc says everything went great.
Bouchard recently underwent shoulder surgeryCredit: BackGrid
“I have a tough road of rehab ahead of me, but my spirits are high and I will work hard to get back to the job that I love.
“Thank you to Dr. Altchek and his great team at HSS. They helped make this whole process as pleasant as it could possibly be.
“And thank you to all of you guys for your unwavering support. I will be busy in the next few months and I’ll keep you posted!”
The subscapularis is a muscle in your shoulder that helps you internally rotate your arm. It connects from your shoulder blade to your upper arm bone.
Speculation about the romance started in October when Bouchard uploaded a snap of her sitting at a bar in Pittsburgh.
Rudolph liked the picture but there was no mention of the QB in the post.
Bouchard hit headlines last April when she agreed to go on a date with a lucky fan.
The Canadian former world No5 had complained of her boredom while social distancing and even admitted it would be ‘a lot more fun with a boyfriend’.
Soon after tweeting this, Bouchard and her agent found themselves inundated with hordes of ‘dating CVs’ from would-be suitors.
Born in Montreal on February 25, 1994, Bouchard first came into prominence when she won the 2012 Wimbledon girls title.
In 2014 she was pipped to be a major contender for years and years after getting to the semi-finals of the Australian and French Open, and being a losing finalist in Wimbledon.
Bouchard went Instagram official with Rudolph in February