Bianca Andreescu Bio: US Open 2020, Career & Net Worth

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Bianca Andreescu is a remarkable tennis player from Canada. She is famous for being the first teenager to win a Grand Slam title since 2006.

Moreover, she has defeated former No.1, Serena Williams, twice. Being only 24 years old, she has had a very remarkable career.

Not to mention, she is the first Canadian tennis player to win a Grand Slam. Her success is proof that if you want something bad enough, you can make it happen.

Through her hard work and dedication, the tennis player has shown that age is just a number.

Bianca Andreescu With Serena Williams
Bianca Andreescu With Former No.1 Serena Williams

As of 2024, in the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), she is the highest-ranked Canadian player.

Furthermore, she has also ranked No.4 worldwide. Working toward her dream career from seven in Romania, she is the first player to win the Canadian Open Championship in 50 years.

The young player credits her coaches, gym time, creative visualization, and hard work to succeed. Likewise, she is grateful for the opportunities that she has received.

Besides tennis, she loves to swim, meditate, go to football and basketball games. Bibi is very fashion-forward and loves listening to rapper Drake.

Before getting into details about the successful tennis player’s life, here are some quick facts about her.

Quick Facts:

Full Name Bianca Vanessa Andreescu
Birth Date June 16, 2000
Birth Place Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Nick Name Bibi
Religion Christian
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity Mixed
Education Bill Crothers Secondary School
Horoscope Gemini
Father’s Name Nicu Andreescu
Mother’s Name Maria Andreescu
Siblings None
Age 24 Years Old
Height 5 feet 7 inches
Weight Average
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Brown
Build Athletic
Profession Tennis Player
Current Ranking No.7
Former Ranking No.4
Active Years 2017 – Present
Marital Status Unmarried
Ex-Boyfriend Benjamin Sigouin
Career Earnings  $8.9 million
Net Worth Approx. $4 million
Prize Money Approx $6.7 million
Social Media Instagram, Twitter
Merch T-shirt, Nike outfit, Tennis card
Last Update July, 2024

Bianca Andreescu | Early Life, Family, And Education

The young athlete was born in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, to Nicu Adreescu and Maria Andreescu.

Nicu migrated to Canada with his wife Maria, after accepting a job offer to serve as a mechanical engineer. Before moving to Ontario, Maria worked as a bank employee in her hometown.

However, when Bianca was seven, the Andreescu family moved back to their birth country for her mother to start her business.

But, after two years, the family packed up the business and moved back to Canada. Maria, as of now, works as a chief compliance officer in a financial services company.

Bianca Andreescu with her Parents
Former No.4 Player With Her Parents And Dog Coco

In Romania, Andreescu fell in love with tennis and a family friend, Gabriel Hristache, taught her.

After her return to Canada, she joined the Ontario Racquet Club in her birth town. Later on, she started sharpening her skills in the U14 National Training Centre.

She attended Bill Crothers Secondary School. However, she did not continue her college education.

The 2019 Champion solely wanted to focus on tennis and her lifelong dream of winning a Grand Slam.

Bianca Andreescu | Age, Height, And Weight

The tennis player is 24 years old as of 2024. She was born in the year 2000 under the sun sign Gemini.

Although her exact weight is not available, she has an athletic build and is fit. Furthermore, she is 5 feet, 7 inches tall.

Bianca Andreescu | Early And Professional Career

Early Career

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 known 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 first Grade 1 tournament, Open International Junior de Beaulieu-sur-Mer, the athlete lost. Nevertheless, after facing a few losses, she was back on track.

Bianca won her first Grade A tournament, Canadian Open Junior Championships, against Robillard-Millette in a home game.

Even though Bianca lost to Kayla Day at the Yucatán Cup finals, she defeated Day to win the Orange Bowl later.

She was the first player to win Under-16 and Under-18 titles consecutively after former tennis player and ESPN broadcaster Mary Joe Fernández won in 1984 and 1985.

Moreover, Bianca also represented her birth country in the Junior Federation Cup. Tennis Canada named the young athlete Outstanding Junior Female.

Despite good performance in the 2016 Grand Slam, she did not win any titles.

Andreescu also dropped out of the Australian Open after suffering injuries to her left adductor and right ankle and a stress fracture in her foot.

Nevertheless, after a few setbacks and losses, she won the Australian and French doubles with fellow Canadian player Carson Branstine.

With their French Open win, the duo was the first Canadian team to win the doubles title in the girls’ Grand Slam.

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International Tennis Fed Title And WTA Finals

The former No.4 started playing in International Tennis Federation (ITF) Women’s Circuit in 2015. Her start was a little rough, and she lost a few matches at first.

Also, in 2016 her injuries held her back, and she missed most of the tournament. Nonetheless, Bibi gave a fantastic 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 Top 200 ranking in the WTA.

Also, Andreescu won against Italian tennis player Camila Giorgi in her debut appearance at the WTA tour.

Bianca Andreescu
Bianca Andreescu in Rancho Santa Fe 25k Tournament

However, after that, she had a tough road ahead. Despite qualifying for the Canadian Open, she lost in her first match.

On top of that, she did not qualify for the US Open. The young athlete did relatively better in doubles than singles.

Not to mention, she reached the WTA finals with Canadian-American player Carson Branstine. Regardless of giving her best, she did not qualify for any major tournaments in 2018.

Although she was close to 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 after that, she had to withdraw because of her back injury.

The injury again kept her from qualifying for the major tournaments, and she ended up at No. 152 worldwide.

you can find the latest results, news, next match details, and much more information related to Bianca Andreescu on the WTA website.

2019 Career And Winning Championships

Despite not playing any WTA match in over 14 months, the 2019 season turned out to be her best one yet.

Bianca defeated the top seed, three top 40 players, before losing to the second seed player. Also, she was the winner of a 125K title in the Oracle Challenger Series.

Furthermore, she qualified for the Australian Open after defeating former world No.1 American junior player Whitney Osuigwe.

Not to mention Andreescu upgraded her rank from No. 125 to No. 68. The 20-year-old reached the semifinals in Mexico Open and won her first WTA title in the Indian Wells Open.

Bianca Andreescu with her coach
Bianca Andreescu with her coach.

After the win, she ranked No. 24 and was the first wild card in the tournament’s history to be the singles champion.

Bianca was also the first 18-year-old since Serena Williams in 1999 to relish the win. Following a win in Miami Open, she suffered an injury that caused her to miss the French Open.

However, when she made her Canadian Open debut, she won the tournament, becoming the first Canadian to do so since 1969. The former No. 4 won against former No. 1 Serena Williams in the finals. Her rank rose from 24 to 14.

“But the best was still in store for the then 19-year-old. Bibi showcased her full potential in the US Open, where she was the first Canadian to win the Grand Slam singles title. Yet again, she faced one of the best America has to offer, Serena Williams, and defeated her in a row.”

The champion athlete was on a 16-match win streak when Naomi Osaka defeated her. Nonetheless, she was the first tennis player to receive Canda’s top athlete award Lou Mash Trophy.

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Bianca Andreescu | 2021 Stats

Tier level Tournaments Titles Matches Wins Losses PCT 6-0 0-6 7-6 6-7
Total 8 0 19 12 7 0.632 0 0 8 3
Grand Slam (Women’s) 3 0 4 1 3 0.250 0 0 1 1
WTA 1000 1 0 6 5 1 0.833 0 0 4 1
WTA 500 2 0 3 1 2 0.333 0 0 0 1
WTA 250 2 0 6 5 1 0.833 0 0 3 0

Bianca Andreescu | Relationship And Kids

The 20-year-old is single as of this year and focused on her career. However, she dated a fellow tennis player named Benjamin Sigouin.

The pair mutually broke up as their career was taking them to different places. Nevertheless, they are good friends.

Furthermore, she is only 24-years old and has a whole life in front of her to date and get married.

For now, the Grand Slam champion is concentrating on healing her injuries and getting back into the game. There is not much information regarding her desire to have children.

Bianca Andreescu | Net Worth And Salary

Andreescu has an impressive net worth for a 24-year-old. As she recently won a Grand Slam title, she has earned pretty well through her tennis career.

Bibi has a net worth of over $4 million. Also, the tennis player has received over $6.7 million in prize money.

Besides that, she has several endorsements from well-known companies and brands like Nike, Head, Rolex, and Copper Branch.

Furthermore, the young athlete also appeared in a Cadillac commercial. She also owns a house and cars in Canada.

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Social Media Presence:

The millennial is very active on her social media. She has an Instagram account, with over 668 thousand followers.

Likewise, she shares several photos from training and matches. Besides that, she also has several pictures with her parents and an adorable poodle named Coco.

Andreescu is on Twitter with more than 200 thousand followers and follows less than a hundred people.

She mostly shares about tennis and match highlights. Moreover, several celebrities, including rapper Drake and TV host Jimmy Fallon follow her.

Some FAQs:

Who is Bianca Andreescu’s agent?

Jonathan Dasnieres de Veigy is the agent of Bianca Andreescu.

Who is in Bianca Andreescu’s coaching team?

Bianca Andreescu’s key people in her team are her coach Sven Groeneveld and her fitness coach Virginie Tremblay. Previously her coach was Sylvain Bruneau.

Is Bianca Andreescu in a relationship?

No, the Grand Slam champion is single as of 2024. As she focuses on her career, the athlete has little time to date.

Nevertheless, she used to date a fellow tennis player and a good friend named Benjamin Sigouin. The two cordially broke off the teenage romance as a result of their tight schedule.

Why did Bianca Andreescu retire in Miami Open?

Bianca Andreescu retired from Miami Open because she sustained a right ankle injury in the second set against top-ranked Ash Barty of Australia in the final match on Apr 3, 2021.

What is the secret of Bianca Andreescu’s weight loss?

Bianca Andreescu follows a strict diet and workout routine to maintain her physique and remain fit and active. She mentioned her fitness habit during one of her interviews saying,

“I changed my nutrition a bit more. I’m way more aware of what I’m putting in my mouth. It’s very important what you put in your body and I think that’s helped me tremendously”.

Is Bianca Andreescu injured?

Yes, Bibi recently suffered a knee injury, which forced her to take some time off to heal. Correspondingly, she missed many matches in the first few months of 2020.

As a result of the global pandemic, the rest of the season was either postponed or canceled.

Did Drake congratulate Bianca Andreescu?

Yes, Bianca called out the Canadian rapper in The Jimmy Fallon Show for not congratulating her.

Shortly after, he texted her and expressed how proud he was of the young athlete. Andreescu was ecstatic and surprised to receive the message from Drake.

Who beat Bianca Andreescu in Paris?

Bianca Andreescu was defeated by 85th-ranked Tamara Zidansek in the 1st round of French Open 2021.

Urusha Niroula
Urusha Niroula
My name is Urusha Niroula. I have been working as a writer at since September 2020. I have always had a great fondness for English writing, speaking, and reading. Furthermore, my hobbies include going on walks and short rides, watching Netflix, and sometimes sitting idly.

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