32 Facts About Bianca Andreescu

1. Bianca Andreescu won her first career WTA Tour title last weekend to cap an incredible month that saw her rocket from No 152 to a career-best No 68 in the world rankings.

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2. Bianca Andreescu won her first WTA title last week and moved ahead of Eugenie Bouchard in the world rankings to become the new Canadian No 1.

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3. On Sunday, Bianca Andreescu calmed herself down when it mattered, and in the down-to-the-wire contest, that was enough.

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4. Bianca Andreescu jumped 38 spots this week alone, making her the new Canadian No 1.

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5. Bianca Andreescu made her Grand Slam debut at Wimbledon in 2017.

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6. Bianca Andreescu made it to the final before falling to 14th-ranked Julia Goerges.

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7. Bianca Andreescu sat on a couch at Tennis Canada headquarters and looked up at a 2019 Rogers Cup poster on the wall.

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8. Bianca Andreescu broke Bianca Andreescu in the first, fifth and seventh games to clinch her seventh WTA Tour singles title.

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9. Bianca Andreescu was already planning a night of physical recovery while watching Netflix to ready herself to face the German, ranked No 74 in the world, looking to build on the success she has already has had this year.

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10. Bianca Andreescu advanced to the semifinals against No 2 Tatjana Maria on Saturday, the latest achievement this month for the 18-year-old from Mississauga, Ont.

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11. Bianca Andreescu became the top Canadian on the rankings list, moving ahead of Eugenie Bouchard of Westmount, Que.

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12. Bianca Andreescu came into the 125k series event at No 106 in the WTA rankings.

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13. Bianca Andreescu returns a shot to Eugenie Bouchard during their quarterfinal at the Oracle Challenger Series tennis tournament in Newport Beach, Calif.

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14. At the 2019 Australian Open, Bianca Andreescu qualified and progressed to the Australian Open main draw when Tereza Smitkova retired in the final round of the qualifying match.

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15. Bianca Andreescu began the season by winning both the singles and doubles titles at the Grade-2 tournament in La Paz.

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16. Bianca Andreescu was born in Mississauga but now lives in Toronto and is of Romanian descent.

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17. Bianca Andreescu will face Hsieh Su-wei—a straight-sets winner over Sara Sorribes Tormo—in one semifinal.

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18. Bianca Andreescu will top her career-high ranking of No 143 when the new list is released next week, WTA Tour statistics and information director Kevin Fischer said in an email.

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19. Bianca Andreescu had to earn her way into the ASB Classic by winning the qualifiers.

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20. Bianca Andreescu had to earn her way into the event by winning the qualifiers.

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21. Bianca Andreescu started the week ranked No 152 in the world but has knocked out former world No 1s Caroline Wozniacki and Venus Williams at the ASB Classic with back-to-back upsets.

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22. Bianca Andreescu will face Hsieh Su-wei—a straight-sets winner over Sara Sorribes Tormo—in one semifinal.

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23. Bianca Andreescu beat Caroline Wozniacki and Venus Williams on her way to her first career WTA final.

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24. Bianca Andreescu was selected to play the next tie against Kazakhstan in the Fed Cup World Group II Play-offs.

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25. Bianca Andreescu teamed with Robillard-Millette and Vanessa Wong to represent Canada at the 2015 women's Junior Fed Cup finals in Madrid.

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26. In 2014, Bianca Andreescu teamed with Tanasescu and Brindtha Ramasamy to represent Canada at the World Junior Tennis event, an international team championship for boys and girls aged 14-and-under.

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27. At the 2016 US Open in September, Bianca Andreescu had her best run so far at a junior Grand Slam, reaching the semifinals in singles and the quarterfinals in doubles.

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28. At the Australian Open, Bianca Andreescu was the top seed in both girls' singles and girls' doubles.

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29. In 2015, Bianca Andreescu began working with former world No 3 Nathalie Tauziat, who previously coached Eugenie Bouchard.

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30. Bianca Andreescu began her 2015 season by winning both the singles and doubles titles at the Grade 2 tournament in La Paz.

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31. Bianca Andreescu was born in Mississauga and is of Romanian descent.

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32. Bianca Andreescu won the 2017 Australian Open and French Open junior doubles titles with Carson Branstine.

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