Andreescu leaves court in wheelchair at Miami Open

2019 US Open boss Bianca Andreescu passed on the court in a wheelchair considering a leg injury in the resulting outline of her Miami Open match against Ekaterina Alexandrova on Monday night.

Andreescu was happening in the match when she tumbled to the court as she got across the norm, understanding her lower left leg and hollering. A short period later, she was wheeled off the court to an unbelievably vivacious affirmation.
I’ve never felt this kind of awfulness, the Canadian said as clinical staff made an appearance to treat her.

Andreescu had dropped the essential set 7-6 and was mounting a rapid return, overwhelming the puzzling two matches of the second set when she expected to leave. The 22-year-old has had a wanton run of wounds since getting her by and large enormous colossal homer in 2019. On Sunday she let the Standard Transmission in on that she had thought about leaving.

That was, genuinely, about me expecting to figure out whether I truly expected to continue to play tennis, Andreescu said. I was by a confirmed perspective going to drop my rackets and say, ‘Screw this.’ I was vexed using all probably means and I was upset by an overall viewpoint for the whole year of 2021. I saw, expecting I happen with subsequently, it is overall going to isolate.

Notwithstanding, had been returning to structure in actuality. She had shown up at the last 16 in Miami following beating two past tremendous homer managers, Emma Raducanu and Sofia Kenin, as well as No 7 seed Maria Sakkari.