As the first unseeded Wimbledon women's finalist since Billie Jean King in 1963, Vondrousova has been some surprise package.
The world No.42 has outmanoeuvred four seeded opponents this fortnight, in stark contrast to a 1-4 Wimbledon record from previous visits to SW19.
"Here on grass, it was almost impossible 'cause, I didn't play many matches on grass before. My best one was second round," added Vondrousova.
"I mean for me, when it was clay or hard, maybe I would say, 'yeah, maybe it's possible.' But grass was impossible for me. It's even crazier that this is happening.
"She's used to playing finals in a Grand Slam. It's a final, so it's going to be tough match no matter."