On Jessica Pegula’s “struggles,” Bianca Andreescu says: Feel this to the depths of your being.

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Bianca Andreescu, a Canadian tennis player, claims she can connect to Jessica Pegula’s current predicament “on the deepest level possible.” Pegula celebrated her 29th birthday on Friday. Pegula lost to Barbora Krejcikova in the Dubai quarterfinal that same day, 6-1 5-7 6-0.

Pegula grabbed a selfie while eating a bag of Doritos and waiting to board her 16-hour journey home hours after the match. Andreescu wrote, “I feel this on the deepest way conceivable.”

Andreescu is quite familiar with the difficulties that players encounter.

Andreescu declared in December 2021 that she would take an indefinite vacation from tennis to take care of her mental health.

Andreescu resumed competition in April of last year, beginning her 2022 campaign. Late in 2022, Andreescu discussed how taking a vacation to take care of her mental health allowed her to deal with some problems and circumstances more effectively. “I firmly believe that I have greatly improved since last year.

I feel like I’m simply handling everything better, including the wins and losses as well as the media. simply being my unique, independent self. Off of the court, I feel like I’m developing every day, learning from so many different viewpoints, and absorbing information in a better way “Andreescu elucidated.

Andreescu, who won the 2019 US Open, was formerly ranked No. 4 in the world. Andreescu, who is now ranked No. 36 in the world, declared her desire to return to the top-10 before the 2023 season. “Without a doubt, I dislike finding myself among the Top 50.

Without a doubt, I want to reclaim that Top 10 position. Nonetheless, I am aware that this year I have suffered some tight losses to good players. Not that I was swept off the court, I suppose. I believe it’s a completely different thing having that experience this year opposed to last year against all these good guys, “said Andreescu.

Andreescu will be hoping to perform better in Indian Wells and Miami after losing consecutive first-round matches in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.