It wasn’t how Bianca Andreescu or any Canadian wanted to do it, but Andreescu won the Rogers Cup in Toronto on Sunday.

The victory came at the expense of Serena Williams who was forced to retire due to an apparent upper back or shoulder injury.

The 19-year old became the first Canadian woman to win the Rogers Cup since Faye Urban accomplished the feat in 1969.

Many fans were wanting to get in to watch this match, with some even purchasing tickets off scalpers. For them, they paid way too much to see a match which lasted 16 minutes. Andreescu, who overcame some shoulder issues of her own at the tournament, was leading 3-1 in the first set when it ended.

When she was told that Williams was retiring from the match Andreescu went over to her and embraced the 23-time Grand Slam champion.

"I'm sorry I couldn't do it today, I tried," Williams, the drama queen of the WTA, said after the match. "It's been a tough year, but we'll keep going."

With Andreescu’s win, the Mississauga, Ontario native has now captured two WTA titles after winning the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California back in March. As a result, she will now vault up the rankings to 14th in the WTA rankings which will come out on Monday.

There is some skepticism concerning Williams’ injury. We have all seen her cause drama on the court when she has been losing as well as upstage opponents after they have defeated her. If she makes a miraculous recovery and can play in top form at the US Open in a few weeks, it will lend some credence to the suggestion that she was not injured.

No matter what, the record book will still say that Andreescu is the 2019 Rogers Cup winner.