Bianca Andreescu eyes Beijing for return after winning US Open

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Andreescu rose 10 positions to No. 5 in the WTA Tour women's singles world rankings on Monday after winning the U.S. Open title for the first time. The top eight qualify for the event. Look at her now. Williams has reached the final of four of the seven Grand Slams she has contested since returning from maternity leave past year, and is the only player to reach multiple major finals this season, having also fallen to Simona Halep at the final hurdle at Wimbledon.

While there's no doubt the spotlight was directly on Bianca during her win at the US Open, her mother Maria also managed to accumulate a cult following on Twitter thanks to her spectacular outfits and calm demeanor in the stands. Despite appearances on Saturday suggesting otherwise, both parents are huge fans of their daughter's tennis career and have made big efforts to support her rise. I would smash rackets.

"Just being with them to celebrate that moment was very special to me".

Vaughan Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua said in a statement that many in the city are proud of Andreescu's win.

"But I found that that way wasn't working to my advantage at all".

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Mayor Bonnie Crombie said she was "just so proud" with the U.S. Open victor - who beat tennis legend Serena Williams in two straight sets Saturday before an nearly entirely pro-Serena crowd at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, N.Y. "Ever since then, I've been trying to have a very positive outlook on everything". Also, I mean, it's part of life going through situations like that.

Osaka, the 2018 champion in NY, and Barty both lost in the fourth round.

On a personal level, Barty is in poll position to finish as Australia's first year-end world No.1 since Lleyton Hewitt in 2002. She took home $3.85 million with her U.S. Open win.

In the ATP rankings, there was no change in the top three with Novak Djokovic leading men's champion Rafa Nadal, who won his 19th Grand Slam on Sunday, and Roger Federer but this year's runner-up Daniil Medvedev moved up to a career-high fourth.

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