Bianca Andreescu surprised the world in March, when, to general disbelief, she managed to win the title at Indian Wells, beating Angelique Kerber in the final. Her second WTA final, considering also that of January in Auckland lost against Julia Goerges.
Not forgetting the triumph in the 2019 WTA 125k in Newport Beach, which served as an appetizer to the success of Indian Wells. Andreescu seemed able to continue her amazing series in Miami, but an injury conditioned her fourth round, when she withdrew in the second set of the match against Anett Kontaveit, despite she was ahead 6-1 2-0.
The problems started for her that day. Despite the eighteen-years-old, everyone has been wasted in praise and comparisons, more or less true and uncomfortable. The truth is that Bianca is a predestined, a tennis player who will be able to achieve great triumphs.
She could be the dominator of the upcoming women's tennis era, but for now, her career is blocked by a series of physical problems that forced her to stay out of competitions from Miami to the French Open. Everyone was waiting for her in Paris but a new problem came up.
After winning the first round against Marie Bouzkova, she did not take the court for the match against Sofia Kenin. An ordeal that has lasted for almost three months now. The hope is to see her competitive for the upcoming grass swing.
It will be interesting to see, if in physical shape again, her improvements on this surface. For now, the most important thing for her is to recover the physical factor because as already seen this year, despite her young age, her technical and mental strength will allow her to reach great goals.