"Of course. When I was a kid watching the TV I remember Rafa against Federer. I was cheering for Roger," recalled the world No.143.
"I watched every Grand Slam, all the time growing up. This is a dream to be here. I played juniors last year, this is just amazing."
Andreeva reached the quarter-finals in the girls' event last summer, and is stunned by her sharp rise.
"After the juniors I didn't really think I could do something like this, but I was just working, working more, fighting in practice, fighting in tournaments and here I am," stated Andreeva, who was a last-16 surprise package at the WTA 1000 in Madrid earlier this month.
"The difference between the juniors and the women's tour is pretty big. In juniors you can let yourself relax for a little bit, if you have the better level. But here you have to fight for every point. No one will give you anything in any match."