Teenager Bianca Andreescu has come to be the first wild card to make it to the women’s singles final in Indian Wells.

The 18-year-old, who had been out the top 150 players at the beginning of 20-19, be at Elina Svitolina in three sets.

The Canadian will face reigning Wimbledon winner Germany’s Angelique Kerber, 3 1, at Sunday’s final.

Andreescu, who’s presently ranked 60 th in the world after starting the year in 152, had also claimed that a victory over the world number one Garbine Muguruza in her way to the final.

“I actually need a little time to soak this all in. This is just really incredible,” she informed that the California audience. “This past week has been a fantasy become a reality “

Svitolina started the stronger in the first meeting between the 2 players, so finding herself 3-0 up from the opening set.

But Andreescu fought back, eventually winning 26 of the last 35 points to select the set.

It increases the adolescent’s win-loss record for its entire year to 27-3 across all levels.

“I went to it. Just like I always say, I went to my shots,” Andreescu added. “It was a crazy game. It had been a roller coaster. I am very happy I pulled .”

Kerber stopped Bencic’s 12-match WTA winning streak on Friday 6-4 6-2, setting up her meeting with Andreescu.

Diagnosis

Andreescu started the year ranked 152 in the globe. She is now on the verge of the top 30.

One last in Auckland, and a semi final in Acapulco preceded this run – not forgetting winning a conference on the ITF leash along with qualifying for the Australian Open.

Even the 18-year-old was looked shattered at the closing stages, but managed to close a 10-minute final match in her fourth match point having a smattering of drop shots.

She seems remarkably confident both on court and in interviews, also looks to have a match for many seasons, also also for all surfaces.