Andreescu had hoped to be prepared for the clay swing of the WTA tour resulting in Roland Garros, and obtained a first-round go in Rome.
Bianca Andreescu reacts after successful her opener on the Australian Open. AP
Canadian tennis star Bianca Andreescu withdrew from the WTA match in Rome on Sunday COVID-19[female[feminine guidelines in Italy.
“Though I examined damaging after my interval of isolation in Madrid and having been again to full coaching the previous few days, Italian authorities guidelines put me liable to being remoted once more if I journey to Italy, so sadly I’ve to withdraw from the Italian Open this 12 months, ”Andreescu mentioned in a put up on Instagram.
It is one more setback for the 20-year-old from Ontario, who retired from the Miami Open final towards Ashleigh Barty, the very best ranked, injured proper foot.
She had hoped to be prepared for the clay swing of the WTA tour resulting in Roland Garros, and obtained a primary spherical go in Rome.
Andreescu, who gained the U.S. Open title in 2019 with a victory over nice American Serena Williams within the remaining, spent 15 months on the sidelines, treating a knee harm earlier than the coronavirus pandemic struck in 2020.
She returned in February to the Australian Open, the place she fell in straight sets in the second round to Taiwanese Hsieh Su-wei.