2019 US Open champion Bianca Andreescu has announced that she is writing a book and it is expected to be released in late May 2022. Andreescu, 21, won her maiden Grand Slam when she was just 19 and her career-high ranking saw her sit at No.
4 in the world. Unfortunately for Andreescu, the pandemic and injuries slowed her progress. “Writing my own book has always been a dream of mine,” Andreescu wrote on Instagram. “I can’t wait for this to be here!”
In her last tournament of the season, Andreescu suffered a straight-set loss to Anett Kontaveit in the Indian Wells “My mind's all over the place with many different thoughts and opinions,” Andreescu explained after the Indian Wells exit.
“I think it's more of just being on the court and practicing really hard and working on certain things, because you see glimpses of me applying a lot of the things I work on in practice but it's not consistent”.
Andreescu vowed to stop looking in the past
"I would say the main thing this year for me was to stop looking in the past because that's what I was doing a lot and that's what was really ruining me,” Andreescu said back in October.
“I would always tell myself 'Oh I want to play like I did back in 2019, why aren't I playing like I used to?' “But then I really had to switch that mindset and start focusing in the present moment because the past is the past.
Even in the future I'd really look into the future as well, so I just stopped that and I told myself to live every moment like it's your last and obviously it doesn't come easy, because I still feel like my mind is all over the place, but I know it's getting better and, you know, with the help of meditation and a good team around me that's definitely going to improve."