On January 1, 2019, the Mississauga native was ranked well outside of the Top 100 players and ended the year ranked No.5 in the world, capturing three WTA titles along the way. Her notable wins include the 2019 BNP Paribas Open, as the first wild-card winner in tournament history, and the 2019 Rogers Cup, becoming the first Canadian woman to win the tournament in 50 years.
Bianca completed her memorable season by defeating Serena Williams at the 2019 US Open Finals, making her the first Canadian, male or female, to win a singles grand slam title. Her recipe for success includes meditation and visualization, hard work in the gym and on the court and taking care of her body and mind.
“Being able to rely on a device like INDIBA has been an optimization on every physiotherapy treatment Bianca gets on her every day basis. In a professional sport like tennis, where athletes compete con consecutive days, the support of INDIBA is very useful on the post competition muscle recovery, becoming the perfect complement for the manual and miofascial therapy. It is also of great help whenever we have to deal with any injury that may come along the way, helping on the resolution of muscle, tendon or joint injuries faster and with better results.”
Kirstin Bauer – Physioterapist
AT7 is ideal for treating localized treatments in joints, muscles and pelvic health and improving manual results.
The myofascial electrodes are specially designed to connect directly to the device.
Our carefully designed transport case will facilitate and protect the device, accessories and creams when being transported around.