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Rogers Cup: Bianca Andreescu wins title as Serena Williams retires injured

Andreescu finally saved on love to take a 6-5 lead when Kenin's return on her serve went wide. That's probably because she can relate.

The Rogers Cup marked Andreescu's first tournament since pulling out of the French Open in May with a right shoulder injury.

Immediately following the unfortunate chain of events, Williams spoke with reporters about the moment, elaborating on her injury and sharing kind words about the character of her opponent.

She telegraphed going for an overhand smash but then just tapped the ball to drop her shot neatly in bounds.

"I really have to listen to my body right now, this last week has not been easy on it", she added after beating three top 10 players in her hometown win that thrilled a nation.

Williams hasn´t won a title since the 2017 Australian Open. Bianca Andreescu has played and won against both of them.

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"I'm obviously happy to be back playing".

The 23-time Grand Slam champion made it though four games of the opening set, but was forced to retire from the match when the pain became too much, WTA said.

She has a special victory ritual of lying down on the court.

. Andreescu claimed the title, but not before comforting the iconic athlete.

Bianca Andreescu delivered Canada a home champion at the Rogers Cup in Toronto but her victory did not come in the way she may have hoped.

This is Andreescu's second WTA title of the year, which includes the Indian Wells Masters.

Serena Williams called her an "old soul".

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"Serena, you made me cry, ' Andreescu told her".

Even though this weekend was disappointing for Williams, she's already looking ahead: "It's been a tough year, but I'm going to keep going".

Tennis icon Billie Jean King, famous for pushing for women's equality in the sport, also joined the cheers on social media, saying Andreescu showed "a level of maturity well beyond her years". Not on the court - save for that shockingly short final - but in her reactions. Her game. Her attitude. Her previous high was 22nd.

She took up tennis at age seven or eight at her father Archie's urging.

After a historic win like this one, it makes sense that Andreescu would want to be ready for the next big tournament.

It remains to be seen if her latest injury will threaten her chances of trying again for number 24 at the US Open, the final Grand Slam of the year that starts at Flushing Meadows on August 26.

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