Yes, it's great to see Dyrberg playing well; she'll probably will be a late bloomer. In fact, her junior career reminds me very much of Spirlea and Dragomir, both of whom played much better as they were exposed to more and better competition. Last year, Dyrberg played the Stone Mountain Challenger. I asked a couple of players in the tournament who they thought had the most potential of that particular field, and both said Dyrberg. In fact, they said she was a beautiful player to watch play the game, and they thought -- if she could learn to win and play solid -- she would achieve good things. Nice to see that she's putting it all together this year and wishing her much success in the future.