Andreescu refuses to let injuries define his career By Reuters

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(Reuters) – Canadian Bianca Andreescu is frustrated by continued setbacks since returning to the court at the Australian Open after 15 months due to a knee problem, but the 20-year-old is unwilling to let them injuries define his fledgling career. A month after winning his first Grand Slam at the 2019 US Open, Andreescu suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee and returned to action alone in Melbourne in February. She emerged from the first Grand Slam of the year in the second round and followed with a semi-final at a WTA event in Melbourne Park before withdrawing from tournaments in Adelaide, Doha and Dubai with a leg problem. On Saturday, Andreescu fell 2-0 in the second set in the Miami Open final against world number one Ash Barty to injure her foot, forcing her to make a tearful start two games later. “It seems I’m the only one who keeps getting questions about injuries, which is very upsetting,” the former world number four told reporters. “I don’t want, like, me to have a reputation for that, because it‘s not just me who gets injured. But, yeah, I mean, it’s happened quite a bit, but I don’t want to define myself through it. It sucks.” Even if it’s a small thing, I’ll be more cautious sometimes, but I’d rather be that than push it and make it worse, because I’ve been through both, and today I’m glad I stopped. It’s hard for me to say that, but I’m glad I stopped. “Andreescu fought through four straight sets to reach the final at the WTA 1000 event in Miami and the Canadian was confident of a good show for the rest of the season. “My body seemed fine until today,” said Andreescu, who will move up three spots to No. 6 on Monday. “Nobody wants to end a tournament by retiring, especially in the finals. But things happen and I want to look forward to my career. I’m only 20. ”

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