Damn you're lucky
Yeah, that's okay
She can't be on CC/C1 every day...if she makes it they'll probably want her on CC against Lisicki
Found the interview after R1
Can somebody translate the important parts
My croatian is incredibly bad and to then switch to serbian and Ana's 1000 words per minute ... I undserstand about 1/10 of it
Q: Ana, congrats on your win, it was a difficult match for R1 against a very experienced player and what English and our journalists announced, two former RG champs on grass, yet it looked good.
A: Yes, I think it was a good match, quality match, which is not always the case in R1. She's a very tough opponent, we all know that she plays better on clay, but it was a very tough match. Today she played incredible, she didn't make UEs at all. I watched a couple of her matches in Birmingham and she was making more errors, from both fh and bh. Today she was aggressive, she served well and she really surprised me with the high level during the whole match, but I'm happy I managed to win that 1st set, it was deciding that I managed to come back in tb and to turn it around and to keep it up in 2nd set.
Q: OK, you already played well on grass before London. Was it good for you to play this type of match already in R1
A: I think that every round here is difficult and in some way it may be good, I'll have to approach every match 100% focused and, of course, there are no easy opponents, so maybe it was a good test for me that I stayed calmed when the clouds started getting very dark.
Q: Yes, you escaped only few minutes before. Jie Zheng, a different type of player, but also another experienced player, basically Schiavone's peer. The h2h is 2-2, but you haven't played her for a long time, almost 4 years.
A: Yes, I really expect a tough match and it would be good to get a revenge for that loss on grass some years ago, I think it was 2007... or 2008. Yes, 2008, it would be good to get a revenge. It will be a tough match because she's very short and hits very flat so it's gonna be a much different match. But now I need to recover and get ready for that match.
Q: Did you set some goal for yourself, considering that this first part of the season, basically since Miami, has been very good. Do you have expectations from Wimbledon, I know that last time you were disappointed or you simply think about the next match and wait to see how it goes?
A: I know that grass is not my favorite surface and I have one big goal, which is to focus on every match and every day. So, tomorrow I'm gonna train, recover, the next day I play the match, so I don't wanna think about result, about other results, I'm simply looking at my road, I know I have a tough draw, tough opponents, but I think I can play on the level I played in Birmingham, so then it's gonna be good.
Q: OK, not the goal or plan for Wimbledon, but generally speaking about the whole season, is Singapore your goal?
A: Definitely. Yes, yes, definitely. All my forces are aimed at that goal. I'd really love to qualify for Singapore, I simply think I played very well so far this season, I think that the ranking list doesn't do me justice, but I'm sure that ranking list will reflect the real situation by the end of the year, I just need to keep on playing like this, to improve after every match and, of course, to enjoy.