“I’m A Huge Fan Of Hers”- Former US Open Finalist Greg Rusedski Hails Bianca Andreescu’s Potential

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Bianca Andreescu and Greg Rusedski

In the middle of the Coronavirus pandemic, the US Open 2020 will begin on 31st August in New York. Canadian Tennis Star Bianca Andreescu has started her preparation to defend her title in Flushing Meadows. Nevertheless, Former World number four Greg Rusedski said, she doesn’t need to play a lot of matches to perform very well.

In 2019, World Number Six, Bianca Andreescu showcased her excellent tennis skills from ASB Classic Auckland Open to WTA Finals Shenzhen. Sadly, She had a leg injury at the group stage match in WTA Tours Championships in China.

However, Bianca won three memorable titles in her professional career. She cliched her first premier mandatory WTA title in Indian Wells and a dream title at Rogers Cup. Moreover, Andreescu won her maiden Grand Slam title at the US Open.

Bianca Andreescu

Besides, Andreescu defeated several former world number one players like Venus Willams, Angelique Kerber, Karolina Pliskova, and Carolina Wozniacki in the entire season. Especially, She defeated Serena Williams in the US Open Finals at the Arthur Stadium, Flushing Meadows. 

“She(Bianca) Has The Right Attitude”- British and Canadian Former Tennis Player Greg Rusedski

1999 Grand Slam cup winner Greg Rusedski played tennis for two different nations in his career. From 1991 to 1995, Rusedski represented him for Canada and from 1995 to since his retirement in 2007 accomplished for the United Kingdom. In a recent interview with TSN 46-years-old, Greg Rusedski replied when asked what expectations do you have for Andreescu?     

“Bianca, to me, can become one of the greats of the game. The question mark is being healthy. She always seems to be injured and she needs to get over that and stay healthy for a long period. She has the right attitude. She’s got the game and a good coach [Sylvain Bruneau] around her. For her, it’s about how she’ll handle the pressure of being the defending champion at a slam. Winning Toronto without a tune-up event is a great accomplishment, but winning a slam and defending it is more difficult.” said Rusedski, who was born in Montreal, Canada in 1973.

Bianca Andreescu

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“I think she’ll be nervous in her opening rounds, but if she can get through the first two or three matches then she can have a deep run. The longer events go the better she seems to play and, as you said, she’s one of the few players who doesn’t need to play a lot of matches to perform very well. I’d love to see another great run. I’m a huge fan of hers.”​ Greg Rusedski concluded.


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One thought on ““I’m A Huge Fan Of Hers”- Former US Open Finalist Greg Rusedski Hails Bianca Andreescu’s Potential

  1. I just cannot wait to see Bianca back on court! This young lady has presence of mind, style, determination, she is fearless, does not matter who she plays! I feel priviledged to see her play in my lifetime! I am a 80 year old , Bianca fan from South Africa!

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