Andreescu gets her ticket for the final at Indian Wells

Andreescu obtient son billet pour la finale à Indian Wells

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At only 18 years, Bianca Andreescu has amazed more than one since the beginning of the year, going from 152nd at the 60th largest in the world since January.

Bianca Andreescu has not yet finished talking about it. The young Canadian will have the chance to pursue his dream course in the final of the Masters of Indian Wells.

The Ontario 18 years of age has surprised the sixth racket world, Elina Svitolina, prevailing in three sets 6-3, 2-6, 6-4, Friday night, in a semi-final rousing.

Andreescu, who had received a laissez-passer of the organizers, has fought hard and sealed victory on his fourth match ball in the third set. She needed 2 hours and 12 minutes to dispose of Svitolina.

In the final, she will compete with the winner of the duel between Belinda Bencic to Angelique Kerber.

“This is so amazing, this last week has been crazy, exclaimed Saying on the court after his victory. It is a dream come true to be able to play in front of a crowd like that. “

Andreescu has put in full view in the first round. While pulling to the rear of 3-0, the Ontario has won six consecutive games to take the first set.

She added, breaking Svitolina on the first play of the second round. The Ukrainian, however, didn’t let down and has reset the clocks to the hour, forcing the holding of a round ultimate after a gain of 6-2 in the second set.

Andreescu has forged a lead of 2-0 in the final set and took the lead 5-3 before eventually prevail, after long discussions during the last few games of the encounter. She showed few signs of fatigue during the last round, but has nevertheless persevered.

Andreescu has totaled 36 hits against 14 for Svitolina. The Canadian, however, has committed 57 unforced errors, while his rival committed 29.

At only 18, Andreescu has amazed more than one since the beginning of the year, going from 152nd at the 60th largest in the world since January. She will have the chance to move up to the 35th rank at a minimum, after another long journey in a tournament of the WTA tour.

She had gotten her ticket for the four aces with a convincing victory of 6-0 and 6-1 to Garbine Muguruza.

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