||Bianca Vanessa Andreescu
|Birthdate ( Age)
||June 16, 2000
||Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
||Nicu Andreescu ( Father), Maria Andreescu ( Mother)
Bianca Vanessa Andreescu may be a Canadian tennis player. She features a career-high ranking of No. 4 within the world, and is that the highest-ranked Canadian within the history of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA). Andreescu was the champion at the US Open and therefore the Canadian Open in 2019, having defeated Serena Williams to win both titles. She is that the first Canadian athlete to win a slam singles title,and the first to win the Canadian Open in 50 years.
Early Life and Family
Bianca Vanessa Andreescu was born on June 16, 2000 in Mississauga, Ontario to Nicu and Maria Andreescu.Her parents emigrated from Romania to Canada in 1994 when her father accepted employment within the country. Andreescu's father works as a engineer at an automotive company, while her mother had worked at a bank in Romania.
Her family moved back to Romania when Bianca was six years old in order that her mother could start a business in their home country. After two and a half years, they closed the business and returned to Canada. Her mother has since worked because the chief compliance officer at a financial services company.Andreescu began playing tennis in Pitești at the age of seven.
Bianca Vanessa Husband
The 20-year-old is single as of this year and focused on her career. However, she dated a fellow athlete named Benjamin Sigouin. The pair mutually broke up as their career was taking them different places. Nevertheless, they're good friends.
Furthermore, she is merely 20-years old and features a whole life ahead of her so far and obtain married. For now, the slam champion is concentrating on healing her injuries and getting back to the sport . there's not much information regarding her desire to possess children.
Bianca Andreescu Net Worth
As she recently won a slam title, she has earned pretty much through her tennis career. Bibi features a net worth of over $4 million. Also, the athlete has received over $6.7 million in prize .
Adreescu started training professionally at twelve years old. Later on, she joined the U14 National Training Centre. In 2014, she won Grade 4 and Grade 5 titles. Furthermore, she also won a premier junior tennis tournament referred to as Les Petit As.
When she won the Under-16 Orange Bowl, she became the fourth consecutive Canadian to win. Bibi upgraded to Grade 2 tournament when she was 15. The Canadian won both singles and doubles. However, when she played in her class 1 tournament, Open International Junior de Beaulieu-sur-Mer, the athlete lost.
Nevertheless, after facing a couple of losses, she was back on target . The 20-year-old won her class A tournament, Canadian Open Junior Championships, against Robillard-Millette during a game . albeit Bianca lost to Kayla Day at the Yucatán Cup finals, she defeated Day to win the Orange Bowl later.
The former No.4 started playing in International Tennis Federation (ITF) Women’s Circuit in 2015. Her start was a touch rough, and she or he lost a couple of matches initially . Also, in 2016 her injuries held her back, and she or he missed most of the tournament.
Nonetheless, Bibi gave an incredible performance upon her arrival. She won her first ITF title in both singles and doubles matches. Furthermore, in 2017, she won another two ITF titles and entered the highest 200 ranking within the WTA. Also, Andreescu won against Italian athlete Camila Giorgi in her debut appearance at the WTA tour.
However, then , she had a troublesome road ahead. Despite qualifying for the Canadian Open, she lost in her first match. On top of that, she didn't qualify for the US Open. The young athlete did relatively better in doubles than singles. to not mention, she reached the WTA finals with Canadian-American player Carson Branstine.
Regardless of giving her best, the 20-year old didn't qualify for any major tournaments in 2018. Although she was on the brink of making it to the French Open and Wimbledon, Andreescu fell short. Nevertheless, she reached finals at $25k, quarterfinals at $100k, and semifinals at $60k tournaments.Shortly then , she had to withdraw due to her back injury. The injury again kept her from qualifying for the main tournaments, and she or he ended up at No. 152 worldwide.