Q. Can you describe how disappointed you are right now.
I mean, I really wanted to know what's happen out there. But unfortunately I didn't play well. I didn't play my game what I really tried all off season to work on. It was great off season. I was really excited to be here, feeling good.
But I think that probably I wanted too much, and then everything just fell down.
Q. Did you think it was too much matchplay before the tournament? Did you come in tired?
That's true that it's a different year, different time, so who knows. But definitely I should win today, for sure.
She play well, of course. But, yeah, I mean, I didn't serve. It didn't help to me. That's tough to play from the baseline.
Q. Did you know much about her?
I knew a little bit of her. But, yeah, was new girl for me, and that's always tough.
Q. Was there anything in particular that bothered you about her game?
Q. On her game.
Q. The forehand or...
Q. Were the conditions another obstacle for you today?
Q. Can you talk about your off season a little bit, what you did, what you worked on.
But I played great matches in Paris and Sydney. So I hope someday maybe it will come. I actually tried to work on my serve also. Yeah, that's I think was I do big things to improve.
Q. With respect to improving your serve, are you looking for more power or placement?
Q. When did you start to feel like you weren't maybe at your best today?
Normally after like set or something it's a little bit better. But it wasn't today. So I was lucky that I won second set probably.
Q. Is it always you're going to be nervous for the first Grand Slam match of the year?
Q. Radek is a great player in terms of strategy and tactics. Does he talk to you sometimes?
Q. Is it so discreet that he doesn't say one word?
Q. Have you considered changing a coach?
Q. At the end of the year in Istanbul, you said you were going to look into the reasons why you were getting sick with viruses so much last year. Did that happen over the off season?
Q. Where do you go next after the Australian Open?