Bianca Andreescu has been one of the best upcoming tennis players this season. This year has been great for her in terms of winning titles and also racking up significant recognition and endorsement. The teenager made it to the Auckland final, won the Indian Wells, Rogers Cup, and U.S open title. She became the first Canadian in 50 years to win the Rogers Cup. Besides, she also doubled up as the first Canadian to clinch a Grand Slam title.

The exemplary performances and results she pulled off during the season also had a significant effect on her rank. She managed to finish the season at position four, making her the highest-ranked Canadian as much as tennis is concerned.

Bianca’s career so far

Bianca’s tennis statistics were also awe-inspiring. The Canadian enjoyed a record of 48 wins and seven losses inclusive of injury withdrawals. She also managed to win 13 consecutive matches. The excellent performance this year earned her an endorsement from Rolex Watches where he joined other athletes such as Roger Federer, Tiger Woods, Garbine Muguruza, Caroline Wozniacki and Maria Sharapova. She now earns some cool amount of money by merely wearing Rolex watches. Besides, she is among other youngsters who have been nominated for the WTA Newcomer of the year award.

The secret to Andreescu’s success

It goes without any doubt that Bianca Andreescu has been phenomenal this year. She has won titles, attracted valuable endorsements, and also registered extraordinary records. However, the Canadian has not achieved this much-coveted success on her own. The teenager takes pride in her excellent coaching team, which has always been supportive. In her 2019 season, she faced several injuries that forced her to withdraw from some tournaments such as the French Opens and WTA Finals in Shenzhen.

But the coaching team around her has done a fantastic job of making her season a great success. She has always come out to show her the most profound appreciation of the incredible team around her. This is what she said about her strength and coaching team this year, “I think I’m just stronger overall even in my game. I’ve been through a lot of injuries. I think that also helped me to learn a lot. I’ve surrounded myself with an amazing team. I’m traveling with a physio now, too, which I think is really helping me physically because I haven’t been having any pain whatsoever throughout this whole tournament. But I think just everything is piling up together and working in my favor.”

Bianca’s key people in her team are her coach Sylvain Bruneau and the fitness trainer Virginie Tremblay.

Andreescu’s odds to win the Australian Open

Bianca is currently considered as the favorite no.2 to win the Australian after Serena Williams that is currently quoted at 6 by bet365. Bianca is quoted 8 to win Melbourne.

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Bianca Vanessa Andreescu’s ranking and performance in 2019

Bianca Vanessa Andreescu Stats info

Ranked no.5, Bianca Vanessa played her last match on the 30th of October when she had to bow to Karolina Pliskova 6-3 ret. in the R in Shenzhen.

This year Bianca Vanessa has a 46-7 win-loss record. Bianca Vanessa conquered 4 titles in 2019 in the Newport Beach, in Indian Wells, in Toronto and at the U.S. Open. Bianca Vanessa was the finalist in Auckland.

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