Jie Zheng is donating her Wimbledon winnings to charity
Q. Since you said you gave your money for earthquake victims, I'd like to know how much you can keep of the prize money and how much instead the government takes out of your money. There is a percentage they keep and you can give just your part of the money, or also the part of the government?
JIE ZHENG: (In English.) It's a hard question.
THE MODERATOR: We're here to talk about the tennis as such.
Q. Is part of the tennis. Tennis is part of the life.
JIE ZHENG: (Through translation.) First of all, of course I will donate all my portion. Apart from that, I will do as much as I can to help the Sichuan region people because I'm from Sichuan province, as well. After going back after the Wimbledon, when I go back, I will do more charity work and encourage more people come to support the stricken region and hope people from Sichuan will have their new home as soon as possible.
Q. She's planning on giving her entire winnings?
THE MODERATOR: We're here to do tennis questions. We've been through that.
Q. No, that an incredible, charitable donation on her part.
THE MODERATOR: We are running out of time for English questions.
Q. We are here to work. We are not to listen to just sets, games and points. It's relevant.
THE MODERATOR: Do you want to answer that question?
JIE ZHENG: (In English.) Yeah, it's a very hard question for me, because in China sometime it's a different pression. If you play so well, you have the more pression for you. So I would like to give the all prize money but cannot, you know. I need give back to something like the tennis association, like this one.
Q. Will you be doing anything special for the semifinal?
JIE ZHENG: (Through translation.) Serena, with no doubt, is outstanding player, and so far I haven't found any weak link about her. But as a first time to enter the semifinal, I would rather now enjoying the game than anything else.