Eugenie Bouchard has just sewn up Canada's female athlete of the year honour for 2014
It doesn't matter what Montreal tennis star Eugenie Bouchard does for the rest of the year.
With today's victory in the women's semi-final at Wimbledon, she's already certain to repeat as winner of the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award.
It's given to Canada's female athlete of the year based on the votes of Canadian Press sportswriters.
Bouchard won her first Bobbie Rosenfeld Award last year.
This year, Bouchard made the semi-finals in the Australian Open and French Open. She also won her first professional singles competition in May in Nuremberg, Germany.
In the past, winners of the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award have included Nancy Green Raine, Joannie Rochette, Catriona Le May Doan, Jennifer Heil, and Christine Sinclair.