A powerful Kvitova serve out wide forced a netted Bouchard crosscourt backhand return to end the set after 31 minutes of play.
Kvitova broke serve then held serve to start set two.
Bouchard then held serve to reach 1-2 before receiving oncourt treatment for an injured finger on her left hand which involved wrapping with white tape.
Following three consecutive holds of serve, Kvitova led 4-2.
The Canadian double faulted to open her service game to trail 0-15.
Kvitova then hit a crosscourt forehand return long followed by a forehand volley and a forehand groundstroke winner to reach 15-40.
A powerful down the middle forehand return from Kvitova forced a Bouchard crosscourt backhand long to seal the break of serve as Kvitova led 5-2.
Serving for the match, Kvitova failed to convert a match point as she netted a crosscourt backhand before going four deuces in a game which spanned more than seven minutes.
A Bouchard crosscourt backhand winner set up breakpoint.
Kvitova then netted a forehand volley to lose serve.
Serving to stay in the match, Bouchard held serve to reach 5-4.
Serving for the match, Kvitova hit an ace out wide before striking a forehand down the line winner to lead 30-0.
Bouchard hit a forehand down the line wide to set up match point number two.
The Canadian then struck a backhand down the line return winner to reach 40-15.
However Bouchard was unable to sustain an extended level of consistency as she struck a backhand return down the middle long to end the match after 1 hour and 20 minutes of play.