Canadian tennis fans could finally see their golden girl back in action this month, if the U.S. Open's prediction is correct.\nBianca Andreescu's U.S. Open return could be on the cards, as the tournament revealed on Tuesday, August 4 that her name is included on the initial players' list. The tournament starts on August 31 in New York.\n\n\nEditor's Choice: Draymond Green Says BLM Doesn't Affect The Raptors Because It's A Canadian Team (VIDEO)\n \n\n\n\nOctober 2019\nAndreescu hasn't played a competitive match in 10 months\n\nIt's set to be the first major tennis event since the COVID-19 outbreak became a global pandemic in March. However, players can still withdraw despite being named, and a recent report suggested the 20-year-old may not actually play.\nThe tournament also unveiled its promotional banner for the 2020 edition on Tuesday. Andreescu is not included on it, despite being the defending champion after winning last year's edition.\nThe then-teenager from Mississauga burst onto the global scene in 2019 after beating Serena Williams in the final of the major competition. Since October, she's missed various tournaments through first injury and then the pandemic.