Carole Bouchard

Carole Bouchard is a French tennis writer and broadcaster, for French and international media. She is the author of "The Quest: Novak Djokovic's decade of chasing at Roland-Garros came to an end, unlocking history" (2017). A former L'Equipe newspaper reporter who has since gone independent, Carole travels the Tour all year long.

Latest articles

Alcaraz / Sinner, US Open 2022
September 8, 2022

“Talking now, it’s easy, no? On court, it’s different”: Sinner and Alcaraz on what made the difference…

After their epic quarter-final, both Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner acknowledged that in...
Carole Bouchard
September 6, 2022

Tiafoe after beating Nadal: “I felt like the world stopped”

Frances Tiafoe clinched the biggest win of his career on Monday against Rafael...
Carole Bouchard
September 6, 2022

Rafael Nadal: “The difference is easy: I played a bad match, he played a good match”

Rafael Nadal was not happy at all about his level of play through...
Carole Bouchard
September 6, 2022

Tearful Tiafoe upsets Nadal after an outstanding performance and advances to quarter-finals

Frances Tiafoe beat Rafael Nadal 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 on Monday evening and...
Carole Bouchard
September 5, 2022

Garcia ready to embrace the pressure: “Not going to complain to play on Ashe against an American girl in the quarter-finals”

Caroline Garcia swears she's not the same player or person as five years...
Carole Bouchard
September 5, 2022

Berrettini has “extra motivation” in New York to make up for the fact that “this year has been tough”

Through to the US Open quarter-finals, Matteo Berrettini is ready to try to...
Carole Bouchard
September 5, 2022

Gauff reaches first US Open quarter-final, defeating Zhang in close sets

Coco Gauff beat Shuai Zhang 7-5, 7-5 on Sunday and will face Frenchwoman...
Carole Bouchard
September 3, 2022

US Open: Rublev gets the last word against Shapovalov and reaches last 16

Andrey Rublev beat Denis Shapovalov (6-4, 2-6, 6-7 (3), 6-4, 7-6 (7)) on...
Carole Bouchard
July 3, 2022

Alizé Cornet, enjoying her freedom: “I should have told myself I was quitting tennis every year for ten years!”

Alizé Cornet will not change her mind: she will end her career at...
Carole Bouchard
June 30, 2022

‘She was angry, but that’s life’ – Harmony Tan on doubles drama and a singles run at Wimbledon

Harmony Tan has qualified for the third round of Wimbledon, not at all...
Carole Bouchard
June 30, 2022

Caroline Garcia: “This victory over Raducanu gives me confidence in my choices”

Caroline Garcia didn't flinch against Raducanu-mania, and qualified for the third round in...
Carole Bouchard
June 29, 2022

Auger-Aliassime: “I can’t be on the edge like this”

After the withdrawals of Matteo Berrettini and Marin Cilic, the bottom of the...
Carole Bouchard
June 28, 2022

Garcia, high on confidence and fatigue: “Raducanu, it will be a great match to play”

Caroline Garcia gritted her teeth to pull out a first-round win on Monday,...
Carole Bouchard
June 26, 2022

Shapovalov: “I’m for no coaching, I’m for keeping the tradition”

Denis Shapovalov has joined the chorus of voices coming against the ATP decision...
Carole Bouchard
May 3, 2022

Without control, power is nothing : why the biggest hitters don’t have everything their own way

At the sweet spot of fire vs ice and risk vs pragmatism lives...
Carole Bouchard
February 20, 2022

Djokovic’s legacy at risk, Nadal flips the GOAT script – Match Points # 37

In his interview with the BBC Novak Djokovic says he will not get...
Carole Bouchard
February 19, 2022

VIDEO: “Novak Djokovic is badly advised”

The world No 1 has made some of his views clear - but...
Carole Bouchard
February 18, 2022

VIDEO: “No one would have thought that the Grand Slams race will be determined by Djokovic’s vaccination status”

Find out what the Match Points panel think of the world No 1's...
Carole Bouchard
January 18, 2022

Dmitry Tursunov, the frank interview with the outspoken coach who helped Kontaveit to become a winning machine

Dmitry Tursunov, former Top 20 player and winner of the Davis Cup in...
Carole Bouchard
January 13, 2022

Barty and Osaka round of 16 clash; everything you need to know about the 2022 Australian Open women’s singles draw

World No 1 Ash Barty and two-time champion Naomi Osaka are slated to...
Carole Bouchard
November 5, 2021

Hugo Gaston’s steely nerves prevail over faltering Alcaraz

The Frenchman moved from the qualifying draw to the quarter-finals of the Rolex...
Carole Bouchard