|Date of Birth:||2000, June 16|
|Age:||19 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 7 Inch|
|Birth Name||Bianca Vanessa Andreescu|
|Birth Place||Mississauga, Ontario|
|Famous Name||Bianca Andreescu|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
Bianca Andreescu is a professional tennis player from Canada. She is well known for competing in both the singles and doubles categories within the ITF including at the Australian and French Opens. What's more, Andreescu became the first Canadian woman to win the Canadian Open on August 11, 2019, since Faye Urban in 1969.
Bianca has earned $2,417,873 as prize money from her professional career in 2019. Additionally, if you are interested to know about Bianca's bio including relationship, personal life, and professional life scroll the article till the end.
According to the sources, she is alleged to be single and she is too young to get married. Further, like two years ago she was spotted with a boy, namely Ben Sigouin, hugging him and it was posted in a media with a caption: Canadian Bianca Andreescu gets a congratulatory hug from BF/player Ben Sigouin as she reaches the girls' QFs. #younglove #Paree #Awwwww
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Despite the picture, there is no further evidence about her alleged boyfriend. Probably she is single now and waiting for the one who can be her partner and care her the most. She often gets an invitation from various tv shows due to her popularity.
Besides that, she often goes for vacations and on the beaches for her refreshment and relaxations. Recently she went to Playa Porto Cristo and she spends quality time with her family too.
Talking about her physique, her height is 1.7m and weight is 132 lbs (approx).
Reports suggest that Bianca earns a significant amount of money from her professional career. Well, currently her net worth is listed more than $1 million. Moreover, she has made an earnings of $2,417,873 from her entire career. She also receives a huge salary per annum from her career.
Bianca won 2 singles titles and 1 doubles titles in the year 2018 which ultimately led her to gather $92,405 as prize money. Additionally, in 2019 she collected $1,580,236 as prize money, winning 2 singles titles.
She received huge prize money of $3.85 million after winning U.S. Open against Serena Williams, in 2019. Now, she has become the first Canadian who won the Grand Slam singles title.
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Talking about her assets, she has a collection of some of the luxurious cars which she regularly flaunts in one of her social accounts. However, detailed information about her cars is yet to be flashed in the media.
Analyzing her socials, she is living a lavish lifestyle. She often visits worlds expensive holiday destination during her vacations.
Andreescu was born to Romanian parents in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga, Ontario to her parents Nicu Andreescu and Maria Andreescu on June 16, 2000. She holds the nationality of Canada and is white in ethnicity. Further, her zodiac sign is Gemini.
Andreescu began playing tennis under Gabriel Hristache at the age of seven when the Andreescu family moved back to Romania.
She joined the Toronto National Training Program of Tennis Canada at the age of 11 and began to get more serious about her career. Simona Halep and Kim Clijsters are her favorite players. Simona Halep advised and encouraged Andreescu to become a professional at the 2016 Rogers Cup.
Andreescu won Les Petits As in January, one of the world's most prestigious 14-and-under tournaments. She won her first junior titles in July, taking the singles title at the Grade 5 tournament in Havana, and the doubles title at the Grade 4 tournament in Nassau the following week, in partnership with Maria Tanasescu.
In the fall, she won her second and third junior singles titles at the Burlington Grade-5 and Lexington Grade-4 tournament. Andreescu started the season by winning the single and double titles at La Paz's Grade 2 tournament. Andreescu qualified for her first junior Grand Slam at the French Open but was defeated by the eventual runner-up, Anna Kalinskaya, in the girls ' doubles in the first round.
Andreescu advanced to the semifinals in singles at the Australian Open's junior event in January and won the doubles title with Carson Branstine. She reached her first WTA final in doubles with compatriot Branstine, losing to the first seeds Tímea Babos and Andrea Hlavácková. She won her second doubles title with fellow countryman Carol Zhao at the 60 K in Saguenay in October.