Bianca Andreescu out of New Zealand Open due to 'knee issues'

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"It's a massive disappointment for me to announced that I will not be able to take part in the first-ever ATP Cup event or the Adelaide tournament and above all I will not participate in the Australian Open", Pouille announced.

Andreescu's season ended in the WTA final with a knee injury and her mid-season schedule was limited by a shoulder issue that forced her to withdraw from her fourth-round match at the Miami Open.

Overall, Andreescu went an unbelievable 48-7 in 2019, and finished the year ranked 173 spots higher than she started it-despite going nearly five months without finishing a tournament.

Andreescu had signed on to return to the tournament which kick-started her breakout season, but has pulled out of the event today, citing a knee injury.

Andreescu gained three prestigious titles this 12 months - Indian Wells, Toronto and on the US Open - earlier than her season was reduce quick by harm. Then she used to struggle with her leg winning the Rogers Cup and the US Open by not beeing at her 100%.

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"I'm super disappointed about it", the 19-year-old said. Would she be even more dominant? To round it off, she has committed to play at the Charleston Open in April. This year, Andreescu started the season qualifying for the Auckland Open where she defeated all odds to make it to the finals where she lost to Julia Goerges.

"I think after that moment, I really thought that I can actually win a Grand Slam".

"In the back of my head, there's always that thought (where) you know you're playing someone that's top five or top 10", Andreescu said.

Rosenfeld, an Olympic medallist in track and field and a multi-sport athlete, was named Canada's best female athlete of the half-century in 1950.

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