3rd video from the top......appreciate the interview with Mona, explaining her illness (bedridden for 2 months) and taking some time to get back into shape. Physically, looks good and in shape, articulate as usual, and appears to be on the same page with her coach. Watched the match with Su-Wei and didn't like the collapse. Yet, next month is a new beginning and, hopefully, at age 27 of July, 2017 she'll realize the promise I thought for her when I lst saw her years ago at Hobart winning such, then continue to hold in my mind the o/s match with Vika in a losing effort at Stuttgart '12 (65 winners with jaw-dropping serve and winners from either side), knowing that if she brought that kind of effort and game consistently she's easily top-15 on this Tour. Next month begins the year anew and hopefully this is the start of her blooming late in her career, for I still believe Mona has the game and talent to have a more than decent career and become one of the best on this Tour ere it's over.