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Old Jun 23rd, 2014, 07:16 PM   #826
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Q. Did you bury a few ghosts out on that court after what happened last year?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: No, absolutely not. I don't think it's really important what happened last year. I was really happy to go out there and play. It's a beautiful court. It's a beautiful tournament.
So no bad thoughts. Just excited. I was super happy to get a win.

Q. Your feelings after all the struggles, the time off the tour to win a slam match?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Well, I'm just very happy to be able to play. This is what I love to do. The best feeling is to play pain‑free. That's what's important for me.
I think, you know, getting the game together and the timing, it's all a long process. But the important is that I'm there, you know, 100%. My focus is there. My desire and concentration is there. So that's what all I can ask for in myself.

Q. What was the ordeal like to be away for you?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: What was it like? You know, I think you feel like you have a lot of time off, but in the same time you got to do a lot of rehab if you want to get back to the court as soon as possible so it doesn't feel like a lot of time off.
But I've been mostly in L.A. I've been traveling a little bit for my injury. I've been to Germany to do treatments. I've been to New York to get another treatments.
It's been a little bit of traveling, a little bit of home, but a lot of rehab.

Q. What about the mental side of it? You mentioned how much you enjoy being on the court. What was it like for your psyche to be off the court all that time?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Well, the toughest part about the time off and my rehab in particular was that I didn't know when I was going to be able to go on the court because it was mostly a day‑to‑day progress and how it was going to feel.
Some days it was getting much better. Some days were a little bit setback. That was the most difficult part.
Once I start moving, I start feeling well, once I got on the court, you know, I didn't really feel like, Oh, I'm missing about a hundred balls, but it didn't matter, it was just important to actually hit the ball.

Q. You seemed very happy in Eastbourne last week despite losing.
VICTORIA AZARENKA: I wasn't really happy. I wouldn't say that (laughter).
I don't think I put myself so much down because I knew what I was coming from. I was just being a little bit realistic. I wanted to take the most positive out of what happened.
That was an ultimate test for me to see where my game is at, where I need to work on. That's pretty much it.
So I was just happy to get that kind of a base to move forward.

Q. How did today compare with last week?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: I felt a lot better. I felt like this whole week I've been training here, I've been getting better and better every day.
The timing is something that just sometimes clicks. As I said, important for me is to be there 100% and to have my concentration level 100% because that's what helps in those key moments.
I felt like today I managed to find that and turn some things around for me, especially in the second set.

Q. What was the condition of the grass today versus what you experienced last year?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: I don't remember last year much. It's been so long ago.
It was great today, you know. To step for the first time on the court with the fresh grass, with those lines just lined, it was beautiful. I was really happy to be out there.

Q. Why Argentina?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Why not? You know, because I've been a support of Argentina for last three World Cups. You know, they even have pictures of me wearing Argentina shirt from maybe 2000, I don't know, 10. I love Messi. I think he's one of the greatest players of all time. He's so little, so cute. It's just fun.

Q. And your nails?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: They're growing. I need to readjustment them again.

Q. Tennis is sometimes described as a profession, sometimes it's called a sport, other times it's called an art. You spoke about learning you had a joy of painting. Talk about the joy of your art, dealing with space and color.
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Well, the painting came to me just kind of all of a sudden. I just wanted to try it. I feel it's one of the best ways to express your emotion because I don't look at it as an outlet to paint something and I'm going to sell the painting or to make money out of that. For me it's just to express what it is.
At first‑‑ I'll tell you a funny story. I start painting. I don't know what in the hell I paint. I was like, Okay, I feel very emotional right now. I am just going to put all the colors. I started doing it with my hands. I didn't want to wash my hands, so I just did like that on my shirt.
Then I forget. It dried out. I put the shirt on. I walked outside because I was lazy. People were like, Wow, that's such an amazing shirt, where did you get it?
I was like, Really?
They were like, It's so cool.
I actually had a meeting with Nike. I said, I can make many more like that if you want to. Come to my house, we'll just do that and stuff.
Then I had some friends over. I had a big canvas. I wanted to see what people want to bring to the painting, what they think about it. I gave each of my friends their space, like a corner or whatever. We builded that painting that I posted with the hands.
I felt like it's just emotions and the thoughts of people you care about in one thing and I can keep it in my house.

Q. Last year's champion is really into art. Who are some of your favorite artists?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: To be honest, I'm not very educated yet on the art piece. I was actually the other day talking about that with Ernests Gulbis. He's very smart actually. He was telling me about the history of art a little bit, you know, the Impressionists and how the black square that came out, and I didn't know it was the point of where people didn't really know what to do next, and then they started reinventing art.
That was really fun for me. I learned some things, but I think I will be more interested in knowing the history more once I get into it.

Q. You touched on your support of Argentina. How about the World Cup in general. What does the World Cup mean to you and what is your passion for the event?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Well, World Cup is like one of those events like Olympic Games. It brings all nations, all people together just glued to the TV or glued in the stadium, that moment of celebration. That moment of peace, that moment of love for the sport. Appreciation is just amazing being an athlete and see people appreciate that so much and be supportive. It's just absolutely amazing to me.

Q. Do you think Wimbledon does that to an extent?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Oh, yeah. I mean, people are camping outside. It's just incredible. Just to see any sport in general, when you bring people together for that moment. When we walk on the court, all eyes on you, it's the most amazing thing.
When you're not playing, that's what you're missing, is that moment. It's beautiful.

Q. What goes through your mind when you watch Messi?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: You don't want to know. You don't want to know (laughter).
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Q. Given it's only your fourth match back.
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Third.

Q. Was there any level which you felt satisfied today in general?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Well, there were some things that, you know, you can always take something positive from the match.
The thing is that I created a lot of things to make happen for me today. I just didn't use any of those opportunities. All that stuff that I built up was good, but not taking advantage was not great.

Q. At Eastbourne you said you were missing timing because you hadn't had match practice. Was it more that, lacking that sharpness?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: It's consistency. It's not enough. It's a little bit too many mistakes like not closing the opportunities, not being sharp enough. There are a lot of things that still has to be tuned and has to be practiced. It basically goes down to back to work.

Q. What are your thoughts on your opponent's level of play today and her game in general?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: I mean, she played well. I don't want to take credit away from her or anything. I always look at what I did. I don't really care what the person done in front of me.
I felt today it was a lot up to me from not converting. I just looked at the board. Not converting 16 breakpoints, that's just ridiculous to me.

Q. In terms of coming back, how much do you need match play in order to get sharper?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: How much?

Q. Do you think you need matches most of all to get back to where you want to be?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Practice, matches both.

Q. I suppose the disadvantage is it's such a short grass court season. Was it more about getting back on the tour and back into the process of playing?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: I had to start from somewhere. It didn't really matter where it is. I had to start. I had to start playing and see if I can play pain‑free.
The advantage or disadvantage, I don't really look at it. I just start from here and that's what it is.
It's a buildup and I'm going to have to just work hard. I have a lot of work to do. It's as simple as that. It's just work and play and practice, all of it together.

Q. You say you have a lot of work to do. Do you feel it's small margins between where you want to be?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Yeah, but I want to look at it because I have a lot of big margins to fill up, too. That's the mentality and approach I'm going to take.

Q. When you're in the middle of it, is it hard to be patient, know that it's going to take a little time to get back?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: It is. I'm just really pissed off right now for not taking those opportunities. I think that's okay to be that way because I really need to go through that and learn from it and just take it from here.
I have to be honest with what is in front of me. I can look at it as things that I created so many opportunities that I could have taken. That's a good thing. But also not converting is not satisfying and I need to be better.

Q. Physically how do you think you are right now? Do you think match fitness, endurance you have to build up?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Match endurance is important to stay more consistent in the matches. It's going to come with matches. But physically I feel fine.

Q. Are you someone who is very hard on yourself? That's quite a critical analysis you had of your game.
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Well, I have to be. I have to be realistic. I cannot sit here and say it's all great, because there's no moving forward from there. I'm going to be hard on myself just because I want to be better.

Q. Did you not watch tennis over the time you weren't playing?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: I did a little bit, but not too much. I don't really watch much in general. Like I don't watch every day. But if it's on TV and I'm somewhere, yeah, I'll watch.

Q. You're coming into a big part of the season for you, the U.S. hard court, defending a title in Cincinnati. How big is it for you to start playing the way you want to?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: It's always important to play your best tennis no matter what season or what tournament you're at.
As I said before, I have a lot of work to do and I'm looking forward to that. I love those tournaments. I play every year. I'm going to work hard to do my best and be better to perform at those.

Q. Do you have any idea what you expect for yourself?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: Do I ever expect anything from myself? Did you ever hear me, I expect that? I don't think so.
I'm going to work hard. What I expect from myself is to work hard and give my best every single day.

Q. After having gone through an injury and coming back, athletes have more of an appreciation when they do that. Do you have that feeling now? It was a long stretch to be out.
VICTORIA AZARENKA: No, no, I'm very happy that I'm playing. I'm just being very realistic of what I've done today. After losing a match like this, it's not very satisfying.
But there are things that I'm happy with. I just need to look at the things that I need to improve. That's what I want to focus on, things that I want to improve. I want to go back to practice like tomorrow, maybe even today. That's it.
I'm very motivated. I'm not taking that as a downer, this match. I'm going to take it as motivation to be better.

Q. Do you feel it will be harder to get back to world No.1 than it was for you to reach it?
VICTORIA AZARENKA: I don't care. I'm ready to work.
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The Full Vika

In her comeback matches at Wimbledon and Stanford, we had seen bits and pieces of the old Victoria Azarenka. The edge was there, but the strokes weren’t quite in place. Finally, on a Tuesday evening when the lights went out in Montreal, we got the full Vika.

There were the shorts, which I think suit her. There was the slow, frustrated start—Azarenka went down 0-3—as she worked her early nerves out. There was the moment, once those nerves were gone, when everything clicked and she went on a run of unbeatable tennis. There was, just when everything seemed to be working, the twisted leg and fall to the asphalt. There was the immediate pained reaction, the unhappy limp around the court, and the eventual, delayed treatment. And then there was the fight again, which got her across the finish line against Alizé Cornet, 6-4 in the third. After going out to Venus Williams in her Stanford opener, Vika was hellbent on not losing another early one.

A left leg injury kept Azarenka on the sidelines for court months; last night she hurt her right leg. I’ve wondered in the past whether she isn’t a victim of her own zealous footwork at times—as she moves across the baseline, Vika doesn’t so much take little steps, as she does little hops. Whatever the reason for it, let’s hope this isn’t the start of another physical problem for her. Whether fans love Azarenka or not, I hadn’t realized until she came back this summer how much the game missed her quality and her fight.
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I assume there's no access to her press conference from that match? I'm very curious what she said about the injury/attitude/fight/match in general.
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Brief interview on her withdrawal from Cincinnati:

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QUESTION: When did you decide to pull out?
AZARENKA: Well after my last match in Montreal, which was definitely a very hard fought game to play, I tried to recover as much as possible. I started to feel a little bit better and did everything I could, but it’s just not enough time for me to feel good to play a full match. I tried to practice, give it a rest and work with my team. It’s just not enough time.

QUESTION: Did you try to practice this morning?
AZARENKA: Yeah, I wanted to give it my best shot until the last moment and try to do the best job as possible. I tried to hit today in the morning and it wasn't feeling good enough.

QUESTION: Is it tough to walk away as defending champion?
AZARENKA: Definitely. It's a great oturnament. I really enjoy my time here. I'm really grateful for the people who come out and unfortunately I won't be playing this year. But I will definitely be back for many more years. This is probably the biggest disappointment, to not be able to play in front of this amazing crowd. This tournament has done an incredible job in making improvements, so it's unfortunate but it's the best decision for me.

QUESTION: The US Open is coming up. What are your thoughts on the next couple weeks?
AZARENKA: I'm going to get more treatment and get more work done and should be good for the US Open. But I had to make this decision. I feel strongly that it's the best for me at this moment.
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"To mark her return to the US Open, Citizen Watch Company of America has created a limited-edition Ecosphere watch"
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Her espn results page http://espn.go.com/tennis/player/res...toria-azarenka
has her with a loss in R1 in Cincy with score 7-5 6-0.
Is it a mistake?
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Her espn results page http://espn.go.com/tennis/player/res...toria-azarenka
has her with a loss in R1 in Cincy with score 7-5 6-0.
Is it a mistake?
It looks like they fixed it already. But yeah, their system must have confused her with her replacement, Mona Barthel.
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It looks like they fixed it already. But yeah, their system must have confused her with her replacement, Mona Barthel.
Strange, it was there a couple of days untill now.
Terrible statistics this year.
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"Serena Williams, Azarenka and More To Headline First-Ever Taste of Tennis Week" on Thursday
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Strange, it was there a couple of days untill now.
Terrible statistics this year.
They probably fixed it once the tournament ended.
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WILL VICTORIA AZARENKA WAKE UP FROM HER NIGHTMARE AT THE US OPEN?

http://espn.go.com/espnw/news-commen...htmare-us-open

McEnroe: "I don't think she has been able to train as hard as she wanted. I don't think she's played nearly as many matches as she would've liked to. But as far as whether or not she could be a factor, the mere fact that she's won some majors and she's still young and obviously wants to ... I think she does have an opportunity to do something. I'm not a 100 percent sure where she is physically, if she's healthy and whether she just needs match play. She may potentially go a long way. Obviously right now she's not playing with a lot of confidence."
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