The Canadian has been plagued by injuries over the past two years, which in turn saw her form dip after she lifted her maiden Grand Slam title at the 2019 US Open. However, Andreescu believes she can regain that mindset and form that saw her rise to the top.
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"I'm just trying to stay positive as much as I can,” she said. “I know it's cliche, but it works for me. And continuing to be patient because I know I'm doing the right things. I've been saying that for the past year and a half - I'm hoping to get a win soon because time is ticking here.
"I'm 23 very soon… Like, you know, time is running out."
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Currently ranked 42nd in the world, Andreescu admits to feeling pressure as she has been unable to attain her previous glory.
“Sometimes I feel pretty insecure about myself considering coming off a great 2019 and then not really doing anything per se and not living up to the expectations that I put on myself," she added.