Bianca Andreescu Becomes First Canadian Woman in 50 Years to Win Rogers Cup After Serena Williams Retires Hurt And Left in Tears; Watch Video
Biance Andreescu Beats Serena Williams in Rogers Cup Final. (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Bianca Andreescu of Canada made history as the first Canadian woman in 50 years to win the Rogers Cup. Serena Williams retires in the first set of the Rogers Cup final. Serena Williams retired in the first set of the Rogers Cup final. Andreescu was leading the first set 3-1 when Williams retired. Serena Williams Called Out for ‘Bad Personality’ By Dominic Thiem Post Presser Row in French Open 2019.

Williams was seeking her first title since she won her 23rd Grand Slam title at the 2017 Australian Open and her first since the birth of her daughter Olympia on September 1 of that year. Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal Enter Rogers Cup 2019 Finals.

Meanwhile 19-year-old Andreescu became the first Canadian in 50 years to lift the trophy.

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Serena Was in Tears After She No Longer Could Continue 

Andreescu's moment under the sun came with a victory at Indian Wells in March, but this week marked her first tournament since she was forced out of the French Open with a shoulder injury.

"I've been through so much the last two months," Andreescu said. "All I can say is that I'm just so happy to be back on court right now. My shoulder's good. I'm in the finals of the Rogers Cup. Life's freaking amazing," she had said before the final against Serena Williams.