During last year's event, Bouchard surpassed expectations when she beat Angelique Kerber in the quarter-finals and current world number three Simona Halep in the semi-finals before losing 3-6, 0-6 to Petra Kvitova in the final.
The 21-year-old has endured a season to forget thus far as she has only registered eight victories since the start of the Australian Open in January. During that time, she has lost in the first round three times and in the second round on four occasions after being handed a first-round bye.
In her most recent tournament, the WTA Aegon International in Eastbourne, Bouchard retired hurt with an abdominal strain in her third-round match against Belinda Bencic.
But, despite all the setbacks she has endured this year, Bouchard is still clinging on to the hope that she can resurrect her season.
"I'm hoping for the same kind of turnaround here," Bouchard told reporters. "When you don't win matches for a while you almost lose it and often feel like it's almost more normal to lose. I don't want that mentality.
"Things aren't perfect but maybe Wimbledon can revive me a little bit."
Bouchard will kick off her Wimbledon campaign against Ying-Ying Duan.