A first for her since she walked New York. So far this week, she has played her two games on secondary fields.
"I like big courts, big crowds," said the 19-year-old Ontarian at Radio-Canada Sports after her victory over Kirsten Flipkens on Thursday.
Since she has been winning and collecting trophies (Indian Wells and Rogers Cup), Andreescu has attracted attention and attention.
And with this new craze comes the multiplication of interviews with media from around the world and requests of all kinds.
"We knew she would not be under the radar. We were ready for that. I must say that until now, it's going well, says his coach Sylvain Bruneau. She does things well. A grand slam tournament is long. We are not at the beginning, but we are not yet halfway there. We must continue. "
"It's really about preserving her and really trying to pick three-four major sponsors and let her really care about the field only. We believe a lot in her and we hope that her career will be very long, says his agent Jonathan Dasnière de Veigy, a former professional player.
Andreescu could be among the top ten players on the planet at the end of the tournament. Currently, the WTA's virtual ranking places it at 9e rank.
At the mere mention of this fact in a press briefing on Thursday, the young Canadian blushed.
Presumably, she will have to get used to it, especially if she had to win a grand slam tournament.