Bianca Andreescu exemplary performance has caught many individuals by surprise, including major firms with a strong interest in sports. Still a teenager, she has made a significant impact in the world of tennis, with the Indian Wells, Rogers Cup and US Open titles to her name. Bianca’s determination, talent, athletic potential, and meteoric rise has earned her several endorsements from firms such as Copper Branch, Nike, Head, BMW, and Rolex being the latest endorsement deal.
Federer, Tiger Woods, Wozniacki, Muruguza also in the Rolex Team
Most athletes start making a ton of cash once they earn scrumptious endorsements. Usually, top companies and firms propose a win-win lucrative deal between them and the athlete which presents a wide variety of opportunities for both parties. The investing companies get to advertise their products and services, whereas athletes get to rack up a lot of money.
One of the companies that have presented several lucrative endorsements to athletes is Rolex. The firm boasts of having strong associations with top athletes in the sporting world. Rolex sponsors various sports events and has benefitted many top-performing athletes. Some of the athletes who have managed to become Rolex Brand Ambassadors include Roger Federer, Tiger Woods, Alain Hubbert, Garbine Muguruza, Maria Sharapova, Caroline Wozniacki, and Bianca Andreescu being the latest inclusion to this long list. They are paid millions just to be seen wearing these luxury timepieces, the Rolex watches, while the company opens up to its target market attracting more sales.
Andreescu Winning the US Open Over Serena Williams
Already Bianca Andreescu understands what is at stake for her as a tennis player. The Canadian professional tennis player has announced herself as one of the hottest prospects in the tennis world. She has won the 2019 US open singles title, becoming the first Canadian to ever win the Grand Slam singles.
The 2019 US open singles final saw Bianca come against the bold and hardworking Serena Williams. She was playing against the 38-year-old Serena Williams who was attempting to win her 24th Grand Slam Singles title, hoping to match Margaret Court’s record.
Unfortunately for Williams, she was unable to put up with Bianca’s outstanding performance, hence losing 6-3,7-5 to the 19-year-old. The Canadian became the first tennis player born in the 2000s to win the much-converted Grand Slam title, let alone becoming the first Canadian to win it.
Bianca’s first win against Serena came in Rogers Cup in Toronto, where the 38-year-old withdrew after 19 minutes into the first set, citing back spasms and already 3- 1 behind Andreescu, hence gifting the title to the Canadian sensation. This was Serena’s first attempt to win her first major title in 2019, sadly she lost.
Bianca Vanessa Andreescu’s ranking and performance in 2019
Ranked no.5 (career-high), the Canadian played her last match on the 4th of October when she surrendered to Naomi Osaka 5-7 6-3 6-4 in the quarter in Beijing.
This year Andreescu has a 46-5 win-loss record. Andreescu has won 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.
Roger Federer’s ranking and performance in 2019
Ranked no.3, Roger played his last match on the 11th of October when he lost to Alexander Zverev 6-3 6-77 6-3 in the quarter in Shanghai.
This year Federer has a 45-8 win-loss record. Roger clinched 3 titles in 2019 in Dubai, in Miami and in Halle. Federer was the finalist in Indian Wells and in Wimbledon.
Bianca Vanessa Andreescu
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