“My Ultimate Goal in My Career Is to Be No.1” – Bianca Andreescu

Published 03/11/2020, 2:41 PM EDT


Bianca Andreescu is sidelined from the Tour since suffering a knee injury in late October at the WTA Finals. The Canadian showcased her intent about returning to the tour soon and is focused to achieve her ‘ultimate goal’.

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The 19-year-old was seen on court hitting big groundstrokes and giving a tough time to her opponents, last October. However, she wouldn’t have predicted that her knee injury would keep her off the court for nearly half the year. In spite of her injury setback, Andreescu is as motivated as ever.

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“It gets me motivation and inspiration”: Bianca Andreescu

Many players are afraid and agitated when they return from injury. However, Andreescu is determined to become the World No.1 and win more Grand Slam events.

“My ultimate goal in my career is to be No.1 in the world, and win as many Grand Slams as I can,” Andreescu said in an interview with people.com.  more about her goal, Bianca added that she is aiming “to continue to become a better athlete and person every single day.”

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The Candian sensation also revealed that some days she didn’t “even want to get out of bed. But with the end goal in mind, it gets me motivation and inspiration to keep on pushing.”

From ranked over 150 in the world, Andreescu climbed up the rankings and entered the top-5 in just a year. However, her rise was hit by injury setbacks as she awaits to return to competitive tennis after a 5-month layoff.

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Her return to the court is quite uncertain. However, Andreescu’s opponent must be ready to face her across the net when the time comes. The return to court with her aggressive shot-making and winning titles will be brutal to her opponents. How long will it be? It’s difficult to predict.

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Varun Khanna

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Starting off as a tennis author in 2018, Varun Khanna has gone on to contribute to EssentiallySports in various capacities. After setting up interviews with the likes of Serena Williams’ coach Patrick Mouratoglou, Alizé Cornet, and Noah Rubin, Varun is now part of all major ATP and WTA press conferences and has gone on to pen more than 1300 articles for EssentiallySports. He now heads the tennis and NBA division of the organization.

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