Re: Ana Konjuh
Living in most of the US is nothing like living in Croatia. It is huuuuge. And most places (unless you are in New York or San Francisco or a handful of other big cities) have basically non-existent public transport. So imagine being 14, 15 and being dependent on your parents to drive you anywhere you'd like to go: to your friend's party, to go buy clothes, to do basically anything. Being able to drive gives you a huge amount of freedom. It's the equivalent in Croatia of being allowed to cross the street on your own (so being like 6 or something), because most things you want to go to require a car, not just crossing the street.
By the way, 15 is a big deal in a lot of Latin American countries. Look up quinceanera.
Oh and to get this back on topic: Way to go Ana, keep winning!