As well, I was very, very emotional at the end, especially with Judy. She told me that I got the wild card for the Olympics. I just really want to say thanks a lot to the ITF and the committee for giving me a place.
I stayed in Paris and I trained there, every day.
As an Indian woman belonging to the 21st century, what I find disillusioning is the humiliating manner in which I was put up as a bait to try and pacify one of the disgruntled stalwarts of Indian tennis.
Whatever fate has got in store, it's got in store for you.
I think she played really good, particularly in the first set, but I couldn't find the timing to return on her serve. Then I found it, and I feel much more confidence and then a little bit of experience and a little bit of personality and maybe some good shot from me.
I just tried to go for a little bit too much. Really, I should have just stuck with how I was playing before.
Of course I would like to make everyone happy, but it's not that easy.