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    Bianca Andreescu from Canada was eliminated from the National Bank Open and had a few words for the woman who defeated her. She said with a smile to Ons Jabeur of Tunisia, “I told her she better win now” as Andreescu was trying to defend her title. The two athletes battled for roughly two hours and 39 minutes, but with two rain delays and two medical time outs, the match lasted roughly 4 hours.

    The pair battled through heavily contested sets but Jabeur pulled away in the third for 6-7(5), 6-4, 6-1 third-round victory. Andreescu a 21-year-old from Mississauga, Ontario is the No, 2 seed and saved 5-of-11 breakpoints. Jabeur sealed the victory in the quarter-finals as she hit nine aces in the match.

    After the match, Andreescu said “I.m super disappointed in how I played,… But at the same time, Ons played super well. And I tried to play my best with what I had today.” Andreescu took a medical break during a set break to get treatment for ger foot. The second medical timeout came after a physical set where players were dashing to each end of the court to save the ball. Andreescu slipped and fell, appearing to injure her left foot, resulting in her limping to her chair where medical staff gave treatment.

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