The world number five would have been the top seed at the event, with that honour now going to Williams.
"I'm super disappointed about it", the 19-year-old said.
Andreescu capped her unforgettable season Thursday by winning the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award as The Canadian Press female athlete of the year. Andreescu was revealed as Google Canada's top trending Canadian and was the second most trending person behind former Toronto Raptor and 2019 NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard. She started the year at No. 152.
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Andreescu came through qualifying in Auckland earlier this year only to lose to Germany's Julia Goerges in the final, which she used as a springboard for a sensational 2019.
"I think after that moment, I really thought that I can actually win a Grand Slam". However, the Candaian has been worryingly injury prone.
Bianca later won three titles, including the US Open. She had to retire from the Miami Open due to a shoulder injury. Finally, she injured her knee at the WTA finals which has kept her out of competition until now. Wasting a massive opportunity to beat Simona Halep in the first round-robin match, Andreescu experienced a nasty left knee injury versus Karolina Pliskova, retiring and finishing the year in the worst possible way. Meanwhile, France's Lucas Pouille, ranked 22 in the world, on Monday withdrew from the Australian Open as he continues to recover from an elbow injury. Her fans are hopeful that this is just a precautionary measure and the world number 5 will be back in the court for the Australian Open.