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Rapper Produces Incredible Song Inspired By Genie Bouchard, Tennis Star Responds With Brilliant Request

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Rapper Produces Incredible Song Inspired By Genie Bouchard, Tennis Star Responds With Brilliant Request

Tennis star Genie Bouchard has sent out a plea to a musician after he created an incredible rap song inspired by her.

Montreal-based Matt Yonge, who is originally from Toronto, dropped the aptly named 'Genie Bouchard' track on his official YouTube channel.

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The song was written, mixed, recorded and mastered by Yonge, whose YouTube video for 'Genie Bouchard' was uploaded in May.

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The song had less than 100 views earlier this week, but it has since climbed to over 7,000 views.

Bouchard, 27, took to Twitter to share a link to the song and praised Yonge, saying "what a vibe."

However, the tennis stunner went on to request that Yonge reach out to her as she wanted to feature in the official music video of 'Genie Bouchard.'

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Bouchard tweeted to her 1.6m followers: "Just got this sent to me... what a vibe. Dude, hit me up! Can I be in the music video?"

Yonge, unsurprisingly, was thrilled to hear of Bouchard's endorsement and called her one of "Canada's best."

The Toronto-born rapper tweeted: "Hella happy to hear [Genie Bouchard] is vibing with the song I made about her!

"One of Canada's best! Best music video cameo of all time incoming?!"

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Yonge's Bouchard-inspired track also earned him praise from listeners, who are now hoping the 2014 Wimbledon finalist makes a cameo in the music video.

One YouTube commenter wrote: "Good flow man, I think she's going to call."

Someone else posted: "Amazing flow. Hope you get to shoot a video with Genie. Good luck, man. Hope this is your turning point in your career as a pro musician."

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While another said: "Your music is out of this world! Simply fire!"

And a fourth added: "The entire thing is so professional it's genuinely impressive. Good job, dude, I love this."

Bouchard did not feature at this summer's Wimbledon after she underwent surgery for a tear in her right shoulder.

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The Canadian star picked up the injury in her first-round match at the Guadalajara Open in March.

Featured Image Credit: Genie Bouchard's Instagram/Matt Yonge

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