Well, why do i hate to be right ?Back in the seventies, a meniscus injury meant mandatory retirement.
She's muscular and her build puts more pressure on her knees.
I won't be reassured until she's back on a tennis court and playing semis/finals.
It is a big pity. She'll miss me on AO. I hope, that she will recover as quickly as possible.
There's no way to know. Various players have had issues trouble them over time, but they managed to have it treated enough for their careers to continue. From Serena's life-threatening health issue, Sampras' shin splints to Mary Pierce's back, et al., players still carried on. In Andreescu's case, if her issue is not going to be such a hinderance to her mechanically, she will be back sooner than later, I imagine.This continues to happen. The writing is on the wall for a very short career unfortunately. Sad.
I do also expect she will skip Miami tooBianca postpones her return to the courts, she had withdraw from Indian Wells
Bummer but I understand. I hope she will play Rome and RGBianca will not defend the title at the US Open. Her statement: