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15:25  09 september  2019
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Canada's Bianca Andreescu reaches U.S. Open quarterfinals

Canada's Bianca Andreescu reaches U.S. Open quarterfinals Canada's Bianca Andreescu reaches U.S. Open quarterfinals

READ MORE: Rick Zamperin : Bianca Andreescu , a force for years to come . Add the Spaniard’s haul in New York to his 12 titles at the French Open, two at Wimbledon and one at the Australian Open, and the 20-19 gap between Federer and Nadal is the closest it’s been in 15 years . Federer led 1-0

Bianca Vanessa Andreescu (Romanian pronunciation: [andreˈesku]; born June 16, 2000) is a Canadian professional tennis player.

Rick Zamperin: Bianca Andreescu, a force for years to come© Corinne Dubreuil/ABACAPRESS.COM Bianca Vanessa Andreescu holds the US Open trophy after winning the women's final at the 2019 US Open at Billie Jean National Tennis Center in New York City, NY USA, on September, 7, 2019. Andreescu defeats Williams 6-3, 7-5 to win her first US Open and Grand Slam title.

Bianca Andreescu is on top of the tennis world after becoming the first Canadian to win one of the sport's four major championships on Saturday.

The 19-year-old Mississauga, Ont., native capped off an unimaginable 2019 season by beating the legendary Serena Williams 6-3, 7-5 in Saturday's final of the U.S. Open.

Bianca Andreescu gets prime-time slot for quarterfinals at U.S. Open

Bianca Andreescu gets prime-time slot for quarterfinals at U.S. Open NEW YORK — Bianca Andreescu is returning to prime time at the U.S. Open. The Canadian teen tennis star will play in the evening draw for the second match in a row when she faces Elise Mertens of Belgium in a quarterfinal on Wednesday night at Arthur Ashe Stadium. This time, though, Andreescu will be in the early evening match, starting at 7 p.m. ET. On Monday, her match against American Taylor Townsend didn't start until about 10:30 p.m., and didn't end until early Tuesday morning after the preceding men's clash between Rafael Nadal and Marin Cilic went four sets. On Wednesday, Nadal's quarterfinal will follow the Andreescu-Martens contest.

READ MORE: Rick Zamperin : Bianca Andreescu ’s dream is coming true. Crombie noted that she had the opportunity to meet Andreescu after the Rogers Cup, and was impressed by how deftly she balanced her compassion with her competitive streak. “I was so proud of the integrity she showed and

By Rick Zamperin News Anchor 900 CHML. Bianca Andreescu , of Canada, reacts after defeating Belinda Bencic, of Switzerland, during the semifinals of After her semifinal win, Andreescu called her upcoming match against the 37- year -old Williams “a dream come true.” If she continues to play as

Andreescu wasn't even ranked in the top 100 when the season began, but fast forward a few months and she sits at No. 5 after winning at Indian Wells, winning the Rogers Cup and winning her first of what could be many majors.

READ MORE: Canada’s Bianca Andreescu defeats Serena Williams to win U.S. Open

Her meteoric rise to the pinnacle of women's tennis is nothing short of incredible. This year has certainly been a dream season for Andreescu and her growing fanbase.

Now we look ahead, not just to the remaining tournaments in 2019, but to the years to come.

In sports, it's not only a matter of what have you done lately, but what can you do next?

In short, the sky is the limit for Andreescu. Her moxie, her power, her spin rate, and now her experience of winning a major against the greatest-ever woman tennis player will make the teen sensation a force on tour for years to come.

WATCH: Canada's Bianca Andreescu makes history as she captures Grand Slam title

A top-five player in the world. A first-time Grand Slam champion. An instant national hero.

Bianca Andreescu has arrived and it looks like she is going to be doing some amazing things on the tennis court for years to come.

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Bianca Andreescu holds open practice in Montreal and gives back to the fans.
Cheers of "congratulations Bianca," "we love you Bibi" and "bravo Bianca" echoed through the court. "I'm here to encourage her. We're very proud of her," said fan Lorraine Jacmain. READ MORE: Canada’s Bianca Andreescu says meditation, visualization formed winning mindset Others were at the stadium to be inspired. "She's inspiring young kids like my kid and we're big fans from a long time ago," said François Turgeon. Andreescu is just coming off a major win at the U.S. Open Championship, defeating living legend Serena Williams.

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