Sometimes things aren't clear right away. That's where you need to be patient and persevere and see where things lead.
My life off the court has changed. I'm feeling good inside, so I guess it shows on the outside too.
I'm a different person off the court than I am on the court, where I'm very competitive, a perfectionist, and I can be hard on myself sometimes. Off the court, nothing really bothers me. I'm easy-going.
I definitely need clarity.
Its super to play with Martina, and she has huge amounts of talent. We have a lot of fun.
After I lost the first set, I was like, 'OK, I need to get help because I can't play this way.'
I'm healthy now. I probably wouldn't say I'm at my best fitness level and I haven't played that much lately, but I'm healthy and that's all that matters.
Winning a Grand Slam changes everything. There is so much off-court stuff to deal with. And there are expectations of keeping it going that make it tough.
I like to go on the court and have a little bit of information about my opponent.
I didn't want my opponent to know there was anything wrong with me.
I pondered what I should do and wasn't sure. Then it just finally became clear.
If all goes well and my body reacts well, and I feel I have a good high level to compete amongst the best then I'll come back and play.
Now it seems like a lot more people recognize me.
The main thing is just really to play my game... and while you are playing the match, as it goes along, you kind of figure things out.
I see things completely differently now.
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