And as a result, it not just went neck in neck for both players but the match also lasted almost two and a half hours before the victor was decided.
She'll face No. 2 seed Julia Goerges of Germany. Starting off the new tennis season, Andreescu has made diversifying her game a priority.
That was in evidence in the second set as Andreescu saved three break points in a game with seven deuces, levelling the set at 3-3. "I fought and I really enjoyed myself".
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German second seed Julia Goerges, the 2018 victor, and Canadian sensation Bianca Andreescu were the winners of the respective semifinals on Saturday.
A qualifier for this tournament, Andreescu said her goal was "maybe to qualify" and "get a couple of rounds in". "She's one of the best servers in the game".
The 18-year-old took the match 6-4 6-4 and will now meet the sixth seed Venus Williams in the quarter-finals.
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After going up 5-0 in the third and final set, Andreescu let Williams back in the match.
"I've actually had this cough for three weeks now so I'm used to it", Andreescu said.
"Canada has gone from being a minor nation in tennis", says Roth, "Sure, we've always had a few players who were good, to now being a legitimate force in the tennis world".
Unfortunately for the Canadian, she was unable to convert any of her break points and Goerges swept away with the set to take it to the third.
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Goerges clinched the second set in 45 minutes with a pivotal break in the 11th game, then took the deciding third set in only 23 minutes as Andreescu exhausted in her eighth match at the tournament.