Meilleur organisateur WTA de la semaine: Bianca Andreescu, une US Open concurrent

By | 08/17/2019

Cracking the Top 20 at just age 19, and coming off her second premiere title at the Canadian Open, Bianca Andreescu is proving that she is here to stay. With her victory and classy display of sportsmanship towards a tearfully despondent Serena Willliams in the Toronto final, the teenage sensation proved poise beyond her 19 years.

A truly sophisticated gesture, the young Canadian (descended from Romanian parents) has been blazing like a storm all year.

She established her presence on the stage of tennis when she made her first final appearance in only her second WTA tournament, the Auckland Open at the beginning of the year, when she was just 18 (and a qualifier). She followed up this impressive feat with an even more remarkable breakthrough win at Indian Wells, just a few months later.

The second WTA premiere title over Williams, 3-1 (retired), has propelled the power-hitting, variety player into the Top 15 for the first time, rising up to No. 14, just a few short weeks before the U.S. Open. Oh, and she’s 7-0 against Top 10 players this year.