Bianca Andreescu's history-making Rogers Cup campaign has implications for the Porsche Race to Shenzhen.

The Canadian teenager returns to the Top 8 in the Race to the WTA Finals this week, moving up five spots to No.8 after winning her second title of the season in her third final.

The 19-year-old became the first Canadian in 50 years to win the biggest title on Canadian soil, and first-ever to do so at the modern edition of the tournament. 

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With just eight tournaments played in 2019, the Canadian has nonetheless accrued over 2,700 points in the Race, and sits just over 100 points behind No.7 Belinda Bencic in the chase for Shenzhen. 

After winning the BNP Paribas Open in March, Andreescu sat at No.5 in the Race overall

Also moving up three spots to No.9 is Toronto runner-up Serena Williams, who reached her first final outside of a Grand Slam in over three years in Canada.

Rounding out the notable movers after the Premier 5 event in American Sofia Kenin, who scored her first win over a reigning World No.1 with an upset of Ashleigh Barty in Canada.

Kenin also beat Hsieh Su-wei, Dayana Yastremska and Elina Svitolina before losing to Andreescu in the semifinals, and moves up four spots to No.14.

Here's how the Porsche Race to Shenzhen stacks up for the week of August 12: