Former World No.4 Bianca Andreescu seems to be thoroughly enjoying her off-season in Jamaica. The Canadian tennis superstar recently spent quality time with kids at the Round Hill Hotels in Jamaica, playing tennis and reading her children's book 'Bibi's Got Game' with them.
Andreescu accompanied Canadian Open Toronto tournament director Karl Hale to Jamaica for charity events, according to tennis journalist Ben Rothenberg on social media. She played some tennis on the local courts, held a youth tennis clinic, and donated her book at the event.
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The Canadian suggested that the time she spent enjoying and playing with the kids during the trip was close to her heart.
"These are the things I live for," Andreescu wrote on Instagram.
The 22-year-old ended her 2022 season at the Billie Jean King Cup Finals, where she represented Canada in group-stage ties against Italy and Switzerland. She won her singles match against Italy's Elisabetta Cocciaretto, before losing a thriller against Switzerland's Viktorija Golubic. Her last WTA points tournament of the season was the Guadalajara Open, where she bowed out in the Round of 16 with a loss to eventual champion Jessica Pegula.
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After a six-month layoff, Bianca Andreescu returned to the tour in April this year. During her time off, she fell outside the top 100 in the WTA rankings but found her way back inside the top 50 and at no. 45 at the end of the 2022 season.
The Canadian has already set a top-10 goal for herself in 2023 as she aims to return to her best form.