Q. Where do you think you played today, especially in the second set?
So it was better, the result.
Q. What was it like walking on to Rod Laver Arena?
Q. Was it bigger than you thought it would be? Smaller?
Q. What did you think during practice, of the arena?
Q. How do you look at the whole experience in Melbourne coming through qualifying?
Now it was great experience against Li Na on Rod Laver.
Q. You showed a good reaction after the first set. What did you change to get into the match?
Q. Were you nervous in the beginning? Stadium, Li Na.
Q. How encouraged are you by your performances here, and how you have been able to match it against good players?
And now it's great that I made the experience with 16 years, so maybe later or the next match I can show what I learned from this experience so I will not be so nervous and I will not miss the chances.
Q. Still limited in the number of tournaments you can play because of your age. Is that frustrating?
So it's okay now. I can have more tournaments, so, yeah, it's enough.
Q. When you were up 4 3 in the second set, did you start to think, you know, Maybe I can win this match?
But still I just played point after point, and I missed the chance there to go 5 3 up. But, I mean, it's okay. Maybe next time.
Q. Quite a lot of money for losing in the second round. What do you think you'll do with the prize?
No, I'm, I mean, it's a lot of money also spending on traveling and the whole team, and the family. So, I mean, it's just nice.
Q. Do you feel like people will expect this of you now at every Grand Slam? I mean, qualifying is a very hard thing to achieve. Does that bother you?
Q. I think Li Na said you played like Hingis. Do you hear that a lot?
Q. Is it annoying or you like it?
Q. What kind of quality you learn from a big player like Li Na? Is it the big play or the strategy or experience? What kind of thing you like to take away from this match?
In the first set, I mean, I had not so much chance; but then in the second I could play better and come, and it was the positive thing of it.
Q. How is it being a 16 year old when you're on the tennis tour all the time? Maybe your friends are living a different lifestyle. Do you find it? Any difficulties in being different world of tennis?
I'm just really appreciating my situation that I can travel all around the world and visit some amazing places, like here. I mean, I was to Japan; I'm in Australia; I'm traveling everywhere.
I'm really happy about that.
Q. Where are you playing next?
Q. Next few after that, what's your plans?