Bianca Andreescu

Bianca Vanessa Andreescu, professionally known as Bianca Andreescu is a Canadian professional tennis player. She turned pro in 2017. She has reached her career-high WTA singles ranking of No 24 as of 18 March 2019. She has also reached a career-high combined junior ranking of No. 3 on 1 February 2016 as ranked by the International Tennis Federation (ITF). She has won the 2017 Australian Open and French Open junior doubles titles with Carson Branstine. She won the 2017 Fed Cup Heart Award and was named the 2017 Tennis Canada female player of the year.

She has over 64k followers on her Instagram.

Bianca Andreescu, a Canadian teen, wins her first WTA title at the Indian Wells Masters.

On March 18, 2019, Biana Andreescu, a young Canadian tennis player, won her first WTA title, the Indian Wells Masters, after defeating Angelique Kerber in three close sets. During the Tour, she defeated Camelia Begu, Dominika Cibulkova, Stefanie Voegele, and Wang Qiang to become the third wildcard to reach the semifinals. In the semifinals, she beat 6th seeded Elina Svitolina in three sets to become Indian Wells’ first wildcard to reach the finals.

With the victory, she climbed to No. 24 on the WTA rankings for the first time in her career.

In March 2019, she achieved a career-high WTA ranking of No. 24.
Bianca Andreescu’s Childhood

On June 16, 2000, Bianca Andreescu was born. Her hometown is Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. She is a citizen of Canada. Nicu Andreescu, her father, and Maria Andreescu, her mother, are both Romanians.

She began playing tennis at the age of seven, after her family relocated to her parents’ native Romania. The family moved back to Canada a few years later. Her two Romanian grandmothers raised her in Canada. Bianca honed her talents at Mississauga’s Ontario Racquet Club. When she was 11 years old, she enrolled in Tennis Canada’s National Training Program in Toronto.

After seeing Bianca play at the 2016 Rogers Cup, Simona Halep advised and encouraged her to turn professional as soon as possible.

Bill Crothers Secondary School in Toronto provided her with an online high school diploma.

Bianca Andreescu’s Career

In January of 2014, Bianca won Les Petits As. It is one of the world’s most prestigious 14-and-under tournaments.

In July 2014, she won her first junior titles, winning singles at the Grade 5 tournament in Havana and doubles with Maria Tanasescu at the Grade 4 tournament in Nassau.

In the fall, she claimed her second and third junior singles titles at the Grade 5 tournaments in Burlington and Lexington, respectively.

She finished her 2014 season by winning the Orange Bowl Under 16 trophy, becoming the fourth Canadian to do so after Erin Routliffe, Gloria Liang, and Charlotte Robillard-Millette.

At the start of the 2015 season, she claimed both the singles and doubles titles at the Grade 2 tournament in LA Paz.

At the French Open, she qualified for her first junior Grand Slam. Anna Kalinskaya beat her in the first round of the girls’ singles and the second round of the girls’ doubles.

At Wimbledon 2015, she was knocked out in the first round of girls’ singles and the second round of girls’ doubles.

In August 2015, she competed in her first professional tournament, the ITF 25K in Gatineau, where she was defeated by Alexa Glatch.

In September 2015, she captured her first Junior Grade 1 title in Repentigny, beating Robillard-Millette.

She became the first Canadian to win the under 18 Orange Bowl, a Grade A tournament, since Gabriela Dabrowski in 2009.

She also became the first woman since Mary Joe Fernandez in 1984-85 to win the under 16 and under 18 titles in the same year.

Nathalie Tauziat, the former world number three, began training Bianca in 2015.

Tennis Canada named her the 2015 Outstanding Junior Female.

At the Australian Open 2016, she was a favorite to win both the girls’ singles and doubles events.

However, due to repeated injuries to her left adductor, right ankle, and a stress fracture in her foot, she withdrew from the competition in the third round. Her injury forced her to miss six months of work.

In 2016, she won her first professional title with a straight-sets victory over Elizabeth at the Gatineau 35K tournament. She and her partner, Charlotte Robillard-Millette, also won the Gatineau doubles title.

At the US Open 2016 in September, she reached the semifinals in singles and the quarterfinals in doubles, her best run at a junior Grand Slam to date.

At the 2017 Australian Open junior meet, she reached the semifinals and won the doubles with Carson Branstine.

In February 2017, she defeated Kayla Day in straight sets to earn her second 25K singles title.

In April 2017, she won the 25K singles title.

In 2017, she won her second consecutive Slam doubles title with Carson Branstine at the junior French Open. In singles, she only made it to the quarterfinals.

In 2017, she qualified for her first senior main draw at Wimbledon, but was defeated in the first round by Kristina Kucova.

She won her first WTA Tour match, beating Camila Giorgi in the first round. In August 2017, she was granted a wildcard into the main draw of the Citi Open.

When she defeated world No. 13 Kristina Mladenovic in her next match, she became the first player born in the 2000s to beat a top 20 player. After losing to Andrea Petkovic in the quarterfinals, she was eliminated.

With her partner, Branstine, she achieved her first WTA final. Timea Babos and Andrea Hlavackova defeated them in the final.

In October 2017, she won her second doubles title with Carol Zhao, capturing the 60k tournament doubles title.

In April 2018, she lost the 25K tournament final to Luksika Kumkhum, the top seed. In April 2018, she and her teammate Gabriela Dabrowski won Fed Cup doubles and advanced to World Group II.

At the ASB Classic in Auckland, she defeated Caroline Wozniacki, Venus Williams, and Hsieh Su-Wei to reach her first WTA singles final. Julia Gorges, the defending champion, defeated her.

She reached a career-high ranking of No. 68 after winning her first WTA 125K title in Newport Beach in January 2019.

She also overtook Eugene Bouchard as Canada’s top-ranked player.

In February 2019, she lost to Sofia Kenin in the semi-finals of the Mexican Open. She climbed to No. 60, which is a new career high for her.

She won the Indian Wells Premier Mandatory event, beating Angelique Kerber for her first tour victory. She became the first wildcard in Indian Wells history to reach the finals.

Bianca Andreescu’s National Career

In 2014, she competed in the World Junior Tennis Championships with Maria Tanasescu and Brindtha Ramasamy. Canada came in seventh place overall.

She played in the 2015 Women’s Junior Fed Cup finals in Madrid with Robillard-Millette and Vannessa Wong. Canada came in third place overall.

She competed for Canada in the 2016 Junior Fed Cup alongside Isabelle Boulais and Layne Sleeth. Canada came in fifth place overall.

In 2017, she competed for Canada in the Americas Zone Group I of the Fed Cup. Her biggest victory to date came against world No. 51 Yaroslava Shvedovva. Canada went on to win the match 3-2, securing a place in World Group II for 2018.

In 2018, she was part of the first World Group II match against Romania, alongside Gabriela Dabrowski, Sebov, and Zhao.

Irina-Camelia Begu, world No. 37, defeated her in singles. Canada was defeated 1-3 in the tie.

In the World Group II Play-offs, she lost her singles match to world No. 40 Lesia Tsurenko. She and Dabrowski won the deciding doubles to keep Canada in World Group II in 2019.

In January 2019, she helped Canada beat the Netherlands 4-0 in Fed Cup World Group II, defeating Richel Hogenkamp and Arantxa Rus in singles. In April 2019, Canada will face the Czech Republic in the World Group Play-offs.

Bianca Andreescu is dating?

The tennis player from Canada is said to be single. She is a teenager, having turned 18 in March of this year. As a result, she is solely concentrating on her tennis career. There haven’t been any reports of her extramarital affairs yet.

Bianca currently resides in the Canadian town of Thornhill.

What are the body measurements of Bianca Andreescu?

Bianca Andreescu is 5 feet and 7 inches tall, with a height of 1.7 meters. Her body is designed for athletics. Her eyes are dark brown, and her hair is dark brown as well.

Bianca Andreescu’s net worth is unknown.

The Canadian aspiring tennis player is very young and emerging talent in tennis. She has gained popularity at a very young age reaching the world ranking of No. 24 as of March 2019. Playing tennis and winning major prize money titles are her main source of income. As of 2019, her net worth is under evaluation. The aspiring tennis player will earn quite a fortune in the future if she continues her glory in the coming years.

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