Injured Andreescu pulls out of Australian Open

Juan Martin Del Potro in action at Queen's Club in 2019. More

Juan Martin Del Potro in action at Queen's Club in 2019. More

United States Open champ Bianca Andreescu has actually taken out of the Australian Open due to a knee injury.

He missed three of the four grand slams previous year, having looked to be nearing his best again in 2018, when he reached the US Open final, French Open semis and Wimbledon quarters.

Bianca Andreescu, of Canada, holds up the championship trophy after defeating Serena Williams, of the United States, in the women's singles final of the U.S. Open tennis championships Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019, in NY.

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"It was a very hard decision because I love playing in Melbourne, but I have to respect the recovery plan for my knee and body", tweeted the 19-year-old Canadian.

She said that even though her rehab has been going well, this particular tournament is too soon in the healing process for her to get on the tennis court and compete. He is yet to recover from a knee injury which he suffered during the Wimbledon tune-up at Queen's in June past year.

As the sixth in the world after starting 2019 outside the top 150, Andreescu is suffering from climbing injuries.

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The 2020 Australian Open starts on January 20.

The Canadian Andreescu cited rehab from a knee injury that forced her to retire during a match with Karolina Pliskova at the WTA Finals on October 30. "I can't wait to come back to Aus soon". Her withdrawal from the Australian Open will ease proceedings for defending champion Naomi Osaka.

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