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Bianca Andreescu believes it is important to separate tennis from life off the court

Former world number 4 Bianca Andreescu is missing from the WTA Tour due to an injury break. However, the Canadian will return this month and recently opened up about how she spent her days during her time off.
Andreescu’s last match was at the Canadian Open last year, where she lost to Camila Giorgi in the second round. However, after a long battle with injuries, she is scheduled to participate in the Rabat Grand Prix, which runs from May 19 to 25, 2024.

Improving her mental health was a priority, Andreescu says

The 23-year-old appeared on the Match Point Canada podcast, where she was asked how she was spending her time during her most recent time off. Andreescu responded by saying that she discovered new hobbies, such as painting and martial arts, which helped improve her mood and mental health.

“I feel like I’ve discovered a lot of things about myself,” said the 2019 US Open champion. “If I hadn’t had this time away from the slopes, I might not know about my passion for spirituality or martial arts, or even painting. It’s all because I have no identity.
“I complete myself by exercising. I want to have other hobbies, otherwise I will go crazy. That’s what happened to me when I had a mental break in 2021 and I didn’t like how I felt. Having this tools will help me not only in my life, but also on the job, I will enjoy it more. For example, I was last year, and I think it will improve. Mental health has a very important place in my life, it All in all, things are not going well in that area, both physically and emotionally.”