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SportsTwitter Reaction: Canada celebrates Andreescu’s historic win at U.S. Open

02:30  08 september  2019
02:30  08 september  2019 Source:   sportsnet.ca

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Bianca Andreescu ended her memorable run at the U . S . Open with a monumental win over Serena Williams in the final, earning the crown as the first Canadian to ever capture a Grand Slam singles title. Canadians all across the country are taking to social media to celebrate the 19-year-old’ s historic feat.

On Saturday, Bianca Andreescu completed her historic run at the US Open with a straight-sets victory over the legendary Serena Williams. In the process, the 19-year-old tennis phenom became the first Canadian to ever win a Grand Slam title. Andreescu will now move up to fifth in the WTA rankings

Twitter Reaction: Canada celebrates Andreescu’s historic win at U.S. Open© Charles Krupa/AP andreescu-tennis-

Bianca Andreescu ended her memorable run at the U.S. Open with a monumental win over Serena Williams in the final, earning the crown as the first Canadian to ever capture a Grand Slam singles title.

Canadians all across the country are taking to social media to celebrate the 19-year-old’s historic feat. Here’s a look at the best of Twitter’s #SheTheNorth outpouring so far:

Andreescu’s rise has been well-documented after winning the Rogers Cup and remaining undefeated against top-10 players in 2019.

She’ll now move to No. 5 on the WTA rankings, joining fellow Canadian Eugenie Bouchard, who became the highest-ranked Canadian woman back in 2014. Not too bad for someone who was ranked 243rd just last year.

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'She did it': Edmonton tennis coach recalls training young Bianca Andreescu.
When Bianca Andreescu spurred a national celebration Saturday, beating U.S. legend Serena Williams at the U.S. Open to become Canada’s first Grand Slam singles champion, the 19-year-old’s former coach was watching closely, and said she could see exactly how much Andreescu has matured as a player. “The heart and the passion really drive her. It was a pleasure to coach her and to see how a player plays when she’s 12, and to see how a player plays when she’s 12, in a Grand Slam when she’s 19.

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