That Twitter bet became a reality for Goehrke after the Patriots made a historic comeback to win Super Bowl 51 in overtime.
The Canadian world number 44, had Tweeted that the Atlanta Falcons would win the Super Bowl earlier this month when they were 21-0 up against the New England Patriots.
The former world No.5 paid for John, a 20-year-old student from the University of Missouri, to fly out to NY so they could watch an National Basketball Association game together.
Bouchard agreed, only to then see Tom Brady lead the Patriots to an incredible 34-28 triumph.
The two sat court side at a Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks NBA game.
Like the good Twitter user she is, Eugenie wasn't going to let this bet slide. "There was no chance", Bouchard said on SI's Extra Mustard.
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15 they met in NY to watch a basketball game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Milwaukee Bucks.
Bouchard, who planned the date, even sprung for courtside seats. It's awesome. I was a little bit anxious because his profile picture was a picture of Tiger Woods.
Photographed by Emmanuelle Hauguel in Turks and Caicos, the 22-year-old excitedly took to Twitter on Wednesday to give her fans a sneak peek of what to expect inside the magazine.
"Probably less awkward than maybe a one-on-one dinner since I didn't know John".
Twenty-year-old studnet Goehrke told the Kansas City Star last week: 'I just thought to myself, it's not over.
When asked by TMZ how the date was going, Genie responded "awesome, he's normal".