Canadian teenager Bianca Andreescu wins Rogers Cup after tennis legend Serena Williams withdraws

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      "Bibi", as she's known to her family and friends, could soon be known as the Mississauga Miracle.

      Today, the tenacious Bianca Andreescu, 19, overcame injuries this year to win the Rogers Cup.

      It came after the legendary Serena Williams withdrew from the final after a medical timeout.

      At the time, Andreescu was up 3-1 in the first set.

      Andreescu was the first Canadian woman to win this tournament since Windsor's Faye Urban defeated Vancouver's Vicki Berner in 1969.

      Because the Rogers Cup was held in Toronto not far from where Andreescu lives, she was the crowd favourite in all of her matches.

      During the French Open in May, Andreescu suffered a shoulder injury, putting her on the sidelines.

      Then she endured a groin injury in the Rogers Cup, which was her first tournament since the French Open.

      Andreescu's world ranking will rise from 27th to 14th as a result of her victory.