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Bianca Andreescu capped off a breakout season by winning her first major title at the US Open on Sunday. To celebrate, Tennis Now takes a peek inside the numbers of the Canadian’s maiden moment.

1: The number of players that have won the US Open on their main debut. Andreescu is the first.

4: Andreescu won her first major title on her fourth appearance at a major. She ties Monica Seles—who won Roland Garros in 1990 on her first appearance at a major—for the fastest to ever win a maiden major title.

2006: Andreescu is the first teenager to win a major title since Maria Sharapova claimed the US Open title in 2006.

8-0: After her victory over Serena Williams in the US Open final, Andreescu now owns an 8-0 lifetime record against the Top 10.

1: Number of Canadian players—male or female—that have won a major singles title. Andreescu is the first.

34-4: Andreescu’s record in 2019. The Canadian owned a 3-4 lifetime record at the WTA-level prior to 2019.

152: Andreescu’s ranking at the start of 2019. She was ranked No.208 at the US Open this time last year. She comes in at No.5 this week.

12: Number of three-set records that Andreescu has won consecutively. She has gone 14-3 in three-setters this season.

3: Number of titles that Andreescu has won in 2019. She won Indian Wells, where she was the youngest champion since 1999, Toronto, where she was the first Canadian to win the title since 1969, and the US Open.

$6,060,485: Andreescu’s prize money earned in 2019. She had earned $215,888 prior to 2019.