WTA Hertogenbosch 06/15 13:00 - Dalma Galfi vs Bianca Andreescu View


WTA Hertogenbosch 06/14 13:00 27 [125] Naomi Osaka v Bianca Andreescu [228] 4-6,6-3,6-7
WTA Hertogenbosch 06/12 12:30 26 [228] Bianca Andreescu v Yue Yuan [38] 6-4,6-4
WTA Hertogenbosch 06/11 10:50 25 [228] Bianca Andreescu v Eva Vedder [392] 4-6,6-3,6-2
French Open Women 06/01 16:00 25 [228] Bianca Andreescu v Jasmine Paolini [15] 1-6,6-3,0-6
French Open Women 05/30 19:40 24 Anna Kalinskaya v Bianca Andreescu 6-1,5-7,3-6
French Open Women 05/27 16:00 23 [228] Bianca Andreescu v Sara Sorribes Tormo [43] 7-5,6-1
US Open Women 08/29 15:00 23 Bianca Andreescu v Lesia Tsurenko CANC
WTA Montreal 08/08 23:00 24 [51] Camila Giorgi v Bianca Andreescu [41] 6-3,6-2
WTA Washington 07/31 17:30 25 [44] Bianca Andreescu v Marta Kostyuk [34] 6-2,3-6,6-7
Wimbledon Women 07/08 16:50 25 [6] Ons Jabeur v Bianca Andreescu [50] 3-6,6-3,6-4
Wimbledon Women 07/07 11:55 24 [50] Bianca Andreescu v Anhelina Kalinina [26] 6-2,4-6,7-6
Wimbledon Women 07/06 11:45 23 [110] Anna Bondar v Bianca Andreescu [50] 3-6,6-3,2-6

Wikipedia - Bianca Andreescu

Bianca Vanessa Andreescu (Romanian pronunciation: [andreˈesku]; born June 16, 2000) is a Canadian professional tennis player. She has a career-high ranking of No. 4 in the world, and is the highest-ranked Canadian in the history of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA). Andreescu was the champion at the US Open and the Canadian Open in 2019, defeating Serena Williams to win both titles. She is the first Canadian tennis player to win a major singles title, and the first to win the Canadian Open in 50 years. She was also the first player to win a major singles title as a teenager since Maria Sharapova in 2006.

Andreescu began playing tennis in her parents' home country of Romania before returning to Canada, the country of her birth. She had success as a junior, winning the Orange Bowl and two major doubles titles with compatriot Carson Branstine en route to reaching a career-best junior ranking of No. 3 in the world. After not playing any matches at the WTA Tour level in 2018, Andreescu had a breakout year in 2019, beginning with a runner-up in her first event of the season, the Auckland Open. She then rose to prominence by winning the Indian Wells Open, a Premier Mandatory tournament. Although she missed several months due to injury, Andreescu qualified for the WTA Finals at the end of the season and finished the year ranked No. 5.

Andreescu's style of play combines power with variety and has been widely regarded as "fun to watch" by tennis commentators and journalists. She has strong support from both Canadian and Romanian fanbases.