Until it runs out, Copper Branch plans to continue using her image on menu boards and its website, but also wants to ramp up the connection between Andreescu and the chain. "I made history in Canada, I'm truly blessed", said Andreescu.
The teen tennis star enjoyed the traditional winner's photoshoot with a backdrop of the NY skyline on Sunday, and can now reflect on an incredible run of form which will take her to the heady heights of world number five, having started the year outside the top 100.
The journey to her new world No. 5 ranking started long before her bid for the U.S. Open trophy, however, making Saturday's monumental moment at Arthur Ashe Stadium even sweeter. "I'm not done yet".
She revealed one of her techniques had been to spend years picturing herself triumphing, determined to turn her wishes into reality. "I'm not too surprised, but I am very pleased all the same".
After a precedent-setting victory against veteran tennis superstar Serena Williams, Bianca Andreescu's meteoric climb continued Monday.
"I think it's one of the most powerful tools we have, our minds".
"If I didn't do that, I'm sure Serena would have won that second set so I'm really glad with how I handled everything". Ever since then, I've been picturing myself holding that trophy.
"I mean, it's another story for it to actually happen. For it to actually become a reality is just insane".
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"It definitely wasn't an easy road".
"I have done the work and I feel like a ranking is a true reflection of where you are at", she said after losing Sunday's US Open doubles final with Victoria Azarenka to Elise Mertens and Aryna Sabalenka.
"But I guess now they can!" I know they can't always travel.