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Bianca Andreescu's coaching trial with Sven Groeneveld is off to a good start, according to the 21-year-old Canadian's own assessment.

Andreescu confirmed that she is working with the veteran Dutch coach, who has previously coached a number of players including Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic and most recently Taro Daniel.

“So far I'm really enjoying myself on and off the court," she told press before the start of the WTA event in Montréal. “We get along on and off the court. He has great knowledge and I already see a lot of improvement on the court, tennis aspect, mental aspect, so I'm feeling very confident."

Andreescu recently split with her previous coach, Sylvain Bruneau, who guided her to her first Grand Slam title at the 2019 US Open.

She explained her decision to add Groeneveld to her team, saying, "I spoke to a couple of coaches but his experience really helps. I want to get to the next level in my career, and I feel that can only be done with someone who has a lot of experience.

"We had a good connection on [video conference] and I was hoping it would be the same in person, and it was. So I'm really excited for this trial period."

Andreescu will start play as the defending champion, having won the event when it was played in 2019 in Toronto. She was sidelined with a knee injury in 2020 and has been on and off the tour this season, but despite lacking competitive play, says she's rested and looking to take advantage of being a home favorite.

"I have not played a lot this year," she said. "But I'm feeling good. I'm happy that my first tournament of the hardcourt season is in Montréal."

"I'm a different person, I learned so much about myself. I was the up-and-comer, now I'm seeded. But on the court, I feel like I'm the same, I feel confident, at least now."

Ranked No. 5, she is the second seed in Montreal.