Until it runs out, Copper Branch plans to continue using her image on menu boards and its website, but also wants to ramp up the connection between Andreescu and the chain.
"Williams also told reporters she was having a hard time accepting her performance level and telling herself, "'you did okay' because I don't think I did".
The Andreescu family story is a compelling one as well, with Maria and Nicu arriving in Canada as Romanian immigrants 1994 and six years before Bianca was born. That was impressive. Andreescu, even though she had never been in that situation before, whether playing in a major final or the crowd being that one-sided, just got on with it. She was first introduced to the practice by her mother as a young adolescent.
And with Andreescu rocketing from 178th in the rankings at season's start to No.5 after going unbeaten in 34 of 35 completed matches since January, Barty is looking forward to duelling with the newly crowned US Open champion for tennis's biggest prizes.
Andreescu is now 8-0 against top-10 players.
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"It definitely wasn't easy in the final against Serena Williams", the 19-year-old added.
"It's been insane. I've been feeling all the love from home and I really appreciate it", she told Fallon after listing a handful of special congratulatory messages she's received. "It's inexcusable for me to play at that level". "I'm sure we'll cross paths eventually, hopefully a couple of times".
"For it to actually become a reality is insane", she said of her first Grand Slam singles win.
Andreescu - now known as #ShetheNorth - was celebrated extensively on the Twitterverse after her win and coverage around the world noted that this was the second big win for a Canadians in the sports field following the Toronto Raptors' NBA victory in June. The Romanian immigrants remain stoic, silent, and calm under pressure, much like their daughter, who's defeated a series of players under the national spotlight to get this far in the U.S. Open, including Belgium's Elise Mertens, and Switzerland's Belinda Bencic.