“Perfectly Healthy”: Bianca Andreescu Announces Her Comeback Date

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There is finally some great news coming in 2020. Tennis fans can finally feel cheerful as Bianca Andreescu recently announced that she would make her comeback, most probably at the Australian Open 2021. The World No.7 Andreescu last played a match in 2019 at the WTA Finals against Karolina Pliskova. She could not play the whole match due to a knee injury which also forced her to skip the entire 2020 tennis season. Recently, she confirmed her presence in 2021 by sharing a message.

“I’m doing really well. The virus pushed me back, and some little personal things here and there, but right now I’m good, I’m training hard…I’m really looking forward to 2021,” announced a cheerful Andreescu.

She definitely revealed that apart from the knee injury, there were some other factors that became an obstacle for her including the coronavirus. However, she believed that she was feeling well and could return in 2021.

Andreescu shocked the entire world when she defeated the ‘Queen of Tennis’ Serena Williams in the finals of the US Open 2019. What was even more astonishing was that she achieved the feat at the age of 19. It was then that she caught worldwide attention but unfortunately, an injury ruled her out of the entire next season.

“Wanted to take time to build everything in my life”- Bianca Andreescu

Bianca Andreescu at the WTA Finals
Bianca Andreescu of Canada walks off the court after withdrawing from her Women’s Singles match against Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic due to an injury to her left leg on Day Four of the 2019 Shiseido WTA Finals at Shenzhen Bay Sports Center on October 30, 2019, in Shenzhen, China. (Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

Besides announcing her comeback date, the 20-year-old Canadian player also revealed what took her so much time to return back to the court. She informed the fans that she wanted some time to relax and focus. She also expressed that this time actually helped her a lot.

“I’m perfectly healthy. I really wanted to take time to build everything in my life, and I think this time off helped me do that,” admitted Andreescu.

Fans were looking for her return. She has a spark in her gameplay. With her win over Williams at the US Open 2019, she became the first teenager to win a Grand Slam since 2006. Recently, Iga Swiatek also won the French Open 2020 at the age of 19 as well. The younger generation is definitely giving a tough fight to the established players, especially in the WTA tournaments. Fans hope that she returns soon and exhibits her exceptional skills on the court once again.

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