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    Bianca Andreescu is using her time in self-isolation to practice her hidden talent

    Like most sports stars in the nation right now, the Canadian tennis queen must be eager to get back into action. But what does Bianca Andreescu do in isolation to pass the time? Well, it turns out that the teenager is changing his tennis racket with a guitar right now, and he made fun of that he could even share his work with his fans.

    Andreescu has not played competitive tennis since the end of October at the Shenzen Open in China due to a knee injury.

    The 19-year-old from Mississauga recently admitted that at times she felt quite depressed because she had to cancel her comeback attempts at the Australian Open in January and the BNP Paribas Open in March.

    This happened even before the COVID-19 pandemic brought the sport to a halt. Andreescu told Global News on Monday 23 March that he has self-isolated right now and has given up his sporting side for the moment.

    “I was playing the guitar and I still have my guitar but I haven’t collected it for more than three years,” says Andreescu, who has been talking about the video for about 51 minutes.

    “But now, since I’ve had all this time in my hands, I’ve started playing it again. A little rusty, but who knows, stay tuned for a video!”

    Personally, we hope he follows the promise of the video.

    To begin with, we would like to know how it compares to the current Toronto guitar hero, Nick Nurse.

    Who knows? If she is good enough, maybe she will also find herself on stage with a rock band like Arkells?

    It may be a step too far, but perhaps it would not be too surprising to see her join the likes of Tyson Barrie from Toronto Maple Leafs when she joins Hamilton, Ontario. bands during their live streaming music lessons?

    In the meantime, although Andreescu is unable to exercise his skills as he normally does with Ontario practically stuck right now, he is still managing to keep fit in private.

    “Right now, I’m self-quarantining, I can’t practice as I usually do,” he added. “I am doing fitness at home, I have a mini gym in my room, which is very convenient, so I can stay in shape as much as possible during this period,” Andreescu told Global via video chat.

    Keeping up with a workout routine is essential for athletes like Andreescu, even when there is no sport to play right now, so it’s no surprise that he’s working out.

    In addition to getting to play the guitar and keeping fit, as well as giving away a signed racket to a lucky fan, Andreescu also managed to capture one of his games played on TSN just last week.

    The sports channel shared the moment on his Instagram, through Andreescu’s Instagram stories, while the teenager regained one of his victories on the way to his US Open Glory last year.

    It’s pretty nice, but we’re waiting for the guitar video, to be honest.

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