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Fans benefits from Patriots by earning date with Bouchard

07 February 2017, 01:05 | Noel Cummings

Tennis star Eugenie Bouchard loses Super Bowl bet to go on date with a Patriots fan

Genie Bouchard Wimbledon

It's nearly certain Bouchard wouldn't want this date with a stranger, and even though Atlanta was a near-lock to win the game at the point she approved the wager, it's never a good idea to bet your love life on the results of a freakin' football game.

The 2017 Super Bowl between New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons turned out to be an insane encounter after the match went to extra-time on Sunday.

With nothing to lose, one National Football League fan asked whether Bouchard would agree to a date if the New England Patriots won.

We all must learn this eventually: It is unwise to bet against Tom Brady.

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As the Pats' unbelievable comeback developed, Bouchard started getting nervous, then asked punslayintwoods "So...where do you live?" Go to school in Missouri.

Caron was identified by internet sleuths based on tattoos, from Bouchard sending out pictures while on a beach vacation on her Instagram account, after the Australian Open.

She looks shell-shocked in a photo she tweeted Monday.

Bouchard went on to tweet: "Lesson learned".

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