Bianca Andreescu Makes Amazing Comeback At A Crucial Time


Bianca Andreescu is showcasing her us open trophy

US Open Reigning Bianca Andreescu has not been seen on tennis courts since November 2019. It was because of a knee injury and giant virus forced self-isolation. Eventually, Indian Wells Open champion is slated to play at the inaugural Credit One Bank Invitational in June.

The Credit One Bank Championships will be helpful for Bianca to hone her skills. The fans believe that Andreescu will show her best tennis at Charleston. Notably, Bianca Andreescu pulled out with a shoulder injury in the 2019 Volvo Car Open. In addition, Andreescu is the first Canadian tennis player to win a Grand Slam singles title. And also the first to win the Canadian Open in 50 years.

Bianca Andreescu is hitting the ball

Who is going to compete with Bianca Andreescu

A no spectator event will be held on between June 23 to 28 in Charleston, South Carolina. The Credit One Bank sponsored tournament will be aired by the Tennis Channel. A total of sixteen WTA players will have been divided into two groups under the captain’s Madison Keys and Bethanie Mattek-Sands. 

An exhibition event will consist of the sixteen singles matches and eight doubles match. Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin and US Open Champion Bianca Andreescu will be the top ten ranked players in this tournament. 

Bianca Andreescu with Eugenie Bouchard and Layleh Annie Fernandez

Read More: “I’m Going To Give My Best”- Bianca Andreescu Shares Her Future Goals

The Charleston Invitational event will have World No.04 Sofia Kenin, World No.06 Bianca Andreescu, Former World No.01 Victoria Azarenka, 2017 US Open Champion Sloane Stephens, and finalist Madison Keys, Rio Olympic Champion Monica Puig, 2014 Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard.

Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Madison Keys, Sloane Stephens is going to compete with Bianca Andreescu

The Mexican Open finalist Leylah Annie Fernandez, Rio Olympic mixed doubles gold medalist Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Amanda Anisimova, Jennifer Brady, Danielle Collins of the United States and Ajla Tomljanovic of Australia. 

Hopefully, It would be a great relief for the entire tennis world amid unusual hiatus.


Leave a Reply