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Sports Twitter users echo sentiments in hand-written note praising Bianca Andreescu

14:51  25 october  2019
14:51  25 october  2019 Source:   sportsnet.ca

Bianca Andreescu makes Canadian history by reaching No. 4 in rankings

  Bianca Andreescu makes Canadian history by reaching No. 4 in rankings Bianca Andreescu has become the highest-ranked Canadian tennis player in WTA Tour history. The 19-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., jumped one spot to No. 4 in the rankings on Monday following a week off. That pushes her one spot ahead of her career-best No. 5 ranking, which tied a Canadian record set by Eugenie Bouchard in 2014. Ranked outside the top 150 entering the season, Andreescu rocketed up the rankings with tournament wins at Indian Wells, Calif., and Toronto followed by her first Grand Slam win at the U.S. Open in New York last month.Andreescu had a 17-match win streak snapped when she lost a quarterfinal match to Naomi Osaka at the China Open earlier this month.

Dozens of Twitter users are echoing a hand - written message that hails teen tennis phenom Bianca Andreescu as an inspiration to Canadian kids. Her Twitter followers have shared the anonymous note -writer’s sentiment , saying she inspires Canadians young and old. "Can I sign my name on that

Bianca + Beijing = Bianca Andreescu is back in action and that footwork is looking fiiiiiine. Bianca Andreescu (@Bandreescu_) was at the @MTLAlouettes game and fans in Montreal showed plenty of love.

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Dozens of Twitter users are echoing a hand-written message that hails teen tennis phenom Bianca Andreescu as an inspiration to Canadian kids.

The athlete tweeted a photo of a note that she says a man handed her on an airplane, saying she has "deeply" inspired his two young daughters.

The note — scrawled on a napkin and signed "A Canadian" — says his daughters aren’t tennis players, but Andreescu’s achievements have shown them that they can accomplish whatever they set their minds to.

Andreescu, who is from Mississauga, Ont., wrote that inspiring young people is the reason she does what she does.

Bianca Andreescu, Simona Halep set to clash for first time at WTA Finals

  Bianca Andreescu, Simona Halep set to clash for first time at WTA Finals SHENZHEN, China — Bianca Andreescu will play her first career match against Simona Halep at the WTA Finals — a contest that should make headlines in Canada and Romania. The draw for the US$14-million event, held Friday, puts Canada's Andreescu in the Purple Group with Romania's Halep, Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic and Elina Svitolina of Ukraine. Andreescu's family is from Romania and the 19-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., spent some of her childhood in that country. She has said she looked up to Halep in her younger days.Andreescu is the fourth seed at the eight-player event, while Halep is No. 5.

Dozens of Twitter users are echoing a hand - written message that hails teen tennis phenom Canadian tennis star lauded in hand - written note and Twitter messages. Her Twitter followers have shared the anonymous note -writer's sentiment , saying she inspires Canadians young and old.

Twitter users echo sentiments in hand - written note praising Bianca Andreescu . Bianca Andreescu makes Canadian history by reaching No. 4 in WTA rankings. 3 days ago. Bencic comes back to beat Pavlyuchenkova and win Kremlin Cup.

The 19-year-old became the first Canadian to win the U.S. Open earlier this year, beating Serena Williams.

Her Twitter followers have shared the anonymous note-writer’s sentiment, saying she inspires Canadians young and old.

"Can I sign my name on that note too? I have no daughters (yet) but I have a niece," one person wrote. "I know she will believe that nothing is impossible after seeing your accomplishments."

Others praised Andreescu’s sportsmanship, saying she sets a good example.

"I’m a new tennis fan at 53 and watched you play in person at the Rogers Cup. I was impressed by your composure under pressure," one tweeter wrote. "…You make me proud to be a Canadian."

Andreescu is gearing up for the WTA Finals, a tournament featuring the top eight players in women’s tennis this year. The event starts Sunday in Shenzhen, China.

Andreescu's First Post Since Her Knee Injury Proves She Is Still Absolutely Slaying .
Queen B isn't letting her injury get her down.As if that wasn’t enough to wade off all of those bad-knee vibes, the 19-year-old also recently became a brand ambassador for BMW. In her first tweet since announcing she would retire for the rest of 2019, Andreescu showed off her sleek new whip outside of Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.

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