Bianca Andreescu is a Canadian professional tennis player who has a career-high ranking of No.4 in the world, but due to not having played a single match since the 2019 ATP Finals; the Canadian has dropped down to No.8. She famously became the first Canadian tennis player to win a Grand Slam singles title, after defeating Serena Williams at the 2019 US Open.
Having turned pro in as late as in 2017, people do not know much about Bianca’s life which has led to fans making assumptions about her.
“I’m Not a Lesbian” – Andreescu Clears Out the Misunderstanding
In an Instagram Q&A started by the former World No.4 itself, one of her fans asked if she ‘has a girlfriend?’ Andreescu was quick to clear the misunderstanding of the fans misconception about her being a lesbian.
Andreescu gears up for the Australian Open
Although there seem to be quite a few misconceptions about the Canadian World No.8, it seems like the same is not her main focus right now. At the moment, Andreescu is training hard for the season-opening major which set to begin on February 8th.
If Bianca manages to win the Australian Open, she will earn a massive 2000 points. This would make her the new World No.3 after having dropped from her initial No.4 rank due to missing out on action for a long period of time.
Andreescu will surely be eyeing this achievement however, returning from an injury is not going to be easy.