0-40 following a Kvitova crosscourt backhand return winner. Bouchard saved two set points before hitting a backhand down the line wide to drop her serve and the set.
In set two, hitting harder and with more angles and confidence, Kvitova held serve, broke serve, then held serve again to go ahead 3-0; winning the last gamepoint with a 113 miles per hour ace down the tee.
Serving at 0-3, Bouchard went ahead 40-15 before hitting a forehand down the line wide to reach 40-30. Two Kvitova forehand winners set up breakpoint.
Kvitova broke serve to reach 4-0 after a Bouchard backhand down the line landed wide.
The Czech held serve at love then went ahead 15-30 in the final game of the match after hitting a down the line forehand return winner.
With Bouchard serving to stay in the match two points from defeat, she struck an inside out down the line forehand winner to reach 30 all.
However on the following point, the Canadian netted a backhand down the line to face matchpoint.
A trademark Kvitova crosscourt backhand winner, her 28th winner for the day, ended the match 6-3, 6-0. By contrast the 20 year old Bouchard had won only 10 points throughout the second set.
The 24 year old Kvitova won her only other grand slam title also at Wimbledon in 2011.