Miami Open: Bianca Andreescu frustrated with ongoing setbacks since his return to court at the Australian Open | Tennis News


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Bianca Andreescu has suffered from misfortune since she suffered a torn meniscus in her left knee after winning the 2019 US Open; The 20-year-old said it was “extremely disturbing” to receive questions about injuries after being forced to retire from the Miami Open Women’s Final against Ashley Party Last Update: 04/21/04 10:27 am Bianca Andreescu is frustrated by the ongoing setbacks of the injury. US Open champion Bianca Andreescu does not want to let injuries define her fledgling career after she was forced out in tears in the Miami Open final. A month after winning her first major tournament at the US Open 2019, the Canadian suffered a torn meniscus in her left knee, returning to the stadiums in Melbourne in February only as she knocked out her first Grand Slam of the year in the second round. Andreescu followed her with a tour of the semi-finals at the WTA event in Melbourne Park before withdrawing from tournaments in Adelaide, Doha and Dubai due to a leg problem. Andreescu falls in front of court after turning on her ankle in the final of the Miami Open against Ashley Barty, the 20-year-old was forced to retire after falling 2-0 on the field in the second set of Saturday’s final against world number 1 Ashley. Barty. “It seems like I’m the only type who keeps getting questions about injuries, which is very annoying,” said the former world number 4 player. “I don’t want, like, to have a reputation for it, because it’s not just me who gets hurt. But, yeah, I mean, it just happened a little bit, but I don’t want to define myself through these. It’s just disgusting.” Young, I sometimes “would be more careful, but I’d rather be like that than go ahead and make it worse, because I passed both, and today I’m glad I stopped. It’s hard for me to say that, but I’m glad I stopped.” Andreescu walked off the field and he is Cries after retiring from the Miami Open final on Saturday Andreescu wrestled with four of three players in a row to reach the final in the WTA 1000 event in Miami and the Canadian was confident of making a good showing for the rest of the season. “My body looked good until today,” said Andreescu, who will climb three places to No. 6 in the world in the rankings on Monday. “Nobody wants to finish the tournament by retiring, especially in the finals. But things happen, and I want to look forward to my career. I am only 20 years old” Don’t forget to follow us at skysports.com/tennis, Twitterskysportstennis & Sky Sports – on the go ! Available for download now on – iPhone, iPad and Android.


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