I never felt that excited after a match, to be honest. It was just so many feelings at the same time....
If looks could kill, there might be two dead players on the court.
She started to put more balls in, so, at that moment--I wasn't used to playing rallies with her at the beginning, so this was tough.
I couldn't play spin inside the court; the truth is, I couldn't play inside the court, inside the line.
That was a gunslinger shot right there; she definitely pulled it out of her hip.
So 4-1, I played really good two games, then she went a little bit down, and when I catch her on 4-all, and I say "keep going." I am here. If I have to lose, I have to lose in the right way....
She had the courage, you know, and it was tough to stop her.
Unbelievable!--maybe perhaps a little believable when you see the technique.
In the past years, I really felt the pressure here, but in a bad way.