Former US Open Champion Bianca Andreescu feels she is on the right track to finding her way back to the top of the sport again after struggling with injuries and mental health issues over the past two years.
In 2019, Andreescu won his first Grand Slam title at Flushing Meadows after winning Indian Wells and the Canadian Open at home.
The 22-year-old Canadian finished her career-best No. 4 ranking that same year, but then struggled with injuries and was never able to come back in the same form again.
Andreescu, who dropped to 53rd in the rankings, returned to tour in Stuttgart in April after taking a long break to deal with mental health issues. He made his comeback and revealed that he was quitting tennis. "I think she's getting there," she said Thursday after she lost to China's Zheng Qinwen in the third round of the Canadian Open in Toronto. Told. “I definitely don't think I'm there yet. I like really hard moments, especially after taking too many vacations, like taking time for myself.”
“I’m in a great place right now.” And just talking about it now feels like last year was more negative, but I just feel great.
19-year-old Zheng is also making great strides in 2022. She started the season ranked No. 143 in the world, but climbed to No. 4 before entering the Top 50 in June. In the round of the French Open in Paris,
Andreescu uttered many words of encouragement to her opponents:
"She is currently in the top 10 level. She's playing really, really well. I'm very happy with her," said Andreescu. I remember being so fearless when I was about that age, the players don't know you very well, and you go out and play without fear, without pressure. And that's what she's doing, honestly I think if we keep going we'll win." VisitHealthing for more health news and content about conditions, wellness, healthy living, drugs, treatments and more. .ca – Member of the Postmedia Network.