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Coached by Sylvain Bruneau
Parents are Nicu and Maria Andreescu.
Born in Mississauga, Ontario, but moved to her parents’ native country of Romania as a child and started playing tennis at age seven. On her return to Canada at 11, joined the Ontario Racquet Club before joining Tennis Canada’s U14 National Training Centre in Toronto for the 2011–2012 season
Credits meditation and visualization in addition to hard work in the gym and on the court as the recipe for her success
Nicknamed Bibi
Owns one dog named Coco. Loves music and notes hip-hop/rap as her favorite genre. Favorite sports team is the NBA’s Toronto Raptors. Enjoys fashion and beauty.

Career Highlights

Winner (3): 2019 - Indian Wells, Toronto, US Open.
Finalist (2): 2021 - Miami; 2019 - Auckland.

WTA 125K Series Titles - Singles (1): 2019 - Newport Beach.
Canadian Fed Cup Team, 2017-20

Career in Review

2020 - Second Top 10 season (finishing No.7); withdrew from Australian Open w/knee injury and missed remainder of campaign after electing to focus on her recovery following the Tour's Return to Play in August.

2019 - First Top 5 season (finishing No.5); won three titles at US Open (d. S.Williams in F), Indian Wells (d. Kerber in F) and Toronto (d. S.Williams in F); runner-up at Auckland (l. to Goerges); SF at Acapulco (l. to Kenin); QF at Beijing (l. to Osaka); reached 4r once, 2r twice (incl. Australian Open and Roland Garros); fell RR at WTA Finals; won one WTA 125K event. Won 2019 WTA Newcomer of the Year Award.

2018 - Fell in qualifying at all four Grand Slams; won two singles titles and one doubles title on ITF Circuit.

2017 - Reached QF at Washington DC (l. Petkovic); defeated World No.13 Mladenovic in 2r at Washington DC to become first player born in 21st century to register a Top 20 win; fell 1r on WTA main draw debut at Wimbledon (l. Kucova) and Toronto and in qualifying on four other occasions (incl. Roland Garros and US Open); also won two singles titles and one doubles title on ITF Circuit.

2016 - Played first WTA qualifying at Montreal; won one singles title and one doubles title on ITF Circuit.

2015 - Played first events of career on ITF Circuit in Canada.