Andreescu produced a bold and brilliant performance on Saturday to secure a 6-3 7-5 win and deny former world number one Williams from a record-tying 24th Grand Slam title.
Bianca recently posted an adorable birthday post to her mom with the caption "Without you, I don't know what I'd do. but with you there is nothing I can't do". "It's inexcusable for me to play at that level".
Bianca said of her parents, "Hopefully soon, I'll start making enough money that they can travel with me". "I think I'm most proud of how I'm able to get into my zone and I was able to block out the crowd too because they were really, really loud".
Bianca Andreescu, of Canada, lays on the court after defeating Serena Williams, of the United States, during the women's singles final of the U.S. Open tennis championships Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019, in NY. "Ever since then, I've been trying to have a very positive outlook on everything".
"But I guess that we'll have to see".
A day later, Andreescu's newest title and meteoric rise through the ranks was all the talk at the Riverside Badminton and Tennis Club in Saskatoon.
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"I never thought it would be this hectic, but I'm not complaining", Andreescu, 19, said on Good Morning America.
She is the first woman in the Open era, which began in 1968, to win the U.S. Open in her main-draw debut at the tournament.
Bianca Andreescu poses with her trophy at top of the Rock in NY.
"It puts it into perspective that there's no reason why other children around that age can't do what she's doing - it just takes a lot of hard work and determination", Preciado said. The Romanian immigrants remain stoic, silent, and calm under pressure, much like their daughter, who's defeated a series of players under the national spotlight to get this far in the U.S. Open, including Belgium's Elise Mertens, and Switzerland's Belinda Bencic. "Don't @ me!" She joked. "Having my name amongst all these unbelievable champions is fantastic so hopefully I can just keep it going".
"This is truly like an incredible accomplishment but I could definitely get used to this feeling".