She was actually working at the ATP Paris Masters.
She gave a new interview here.
She said that tennis has haunted her dreams an nightmares ever since she retired.
How she started again:
"It started with a remark by Pauline Parmentier on a TV set this year at Wimbledon. Smiling, she said to me, "You talk like a journalist!" She thought I was a bit critical having forgotten how complicated it is to get there. Thinking back, yes, I had done more television than tennis in my life. This job came to me, I had no ambition: it's a shame because we stagnate in its conditions, but logical since I never dreamed of doing television. I took the racket again. I wanted to outdo myself because I do not like comfort. "
"I know very well that we normally do not start playing again after only two months of training. Everyone advised me against it, I was told: "It's useless, you did not even win a set in training". I did it to regain the status of player, this routine. And I liked it. Defeats 6-0, 6/1 as Poitiers, we take even better prepared. We can miss a match but we learn a lot more from this kind of defeats than training. "
What is your goal?
"Of course, I'm not interested in being 500th in the world. I want to replay the Grand Slams, find the team of France. I missed the Olympics in Beijing in 2008. Tokyo arrives a little early because you have to be Top50 but at the limit, even if you talk long term, you can "stay alive" until Paris 2024 and finish there, it would be the ultimate goal. The desire is there but you have to be lucid: I went professional at 16, it's young but I had ten years of tennis behind me! It's a long way with little chance of success. Maybe I will not get there, question of level, of physics, of mental ... but I will accept it because I would have tried. I am not afraid of failure. It's a state of mind. "
That's to say?
"Without risk, we can not do beautiful things. I am proud to make this choice, to have no regrets. Clearly, it's a crisis of the thirties! My life was good, quiet, but I could not be satisfied with that. I said to myself, "What do I show my children? "I want to instill in them values but how to transmit them when we do not represent them anymore? My eldest is 5 years old, she understands very well. For her, the examples are very important. And let's be clear, I can not do anything but play tennis! I have never had other talents so if I wanted to find myself, it was to resume my sport. "