The ankle harm that compelled Bianca Andreescu to withdraw from Saturday’s Miami Open remaining will hold her from enjoying for Canada on the Billie Jean King Cup later this month.
“I’m relieved to say that there isn’t any critical harm and with some relaxation and preparation, I can be again very quickly,” the 20-year-old posted Sunday on Instagram.
“This does imply that, sadly, I received’t have the ability to compete within the Billie Jean Cup. I like representing Canada, so this resolution was not simple however I need to be sure that I’m prepared for the clay courtroom swing forward and for the remainder of the season.”
Canada is scheduled face Serbia within the Billie Jean King Cup playoffs on April 16-17 in Kraljevo, Serbia.
Tennis star Bianca Andreescu on not enjoying on this yr’s U.S. open
Previously often called the Fed Cup, the worldwide group competitors was renamed for the tennis pioneer in 2020.
Andreescu was dropping 6-3, 4-0 to world No. 1 Ashleigh Barty of Australia on Saturday when she was compelled to retire because of her injured proper ankle.
Andreescu was competing in her first remaining since successful the 2019 U.S. Open. She returned from a 16-month layoff in February after struggling a left knee harm on the WTA Finals in China in October 2019.