I got sick when I was playing the semi-finals in Korea, and since then I've had a tough time playing.
I am working on every aspect of of my game, on moving forward, on my transition game. Also a very important part of my tennis is fitness. I want to be stronger, because in the past, this was my biggest weakness.
I'm not playing at my best, I don't feel the ball well. I have a new coach and he's changing things in my game, so the shots feel so insecure at the moment. My first (match) with him I lost in Toronto and now here. And before that I was not playing bad. Since I started with the coach, I'm not feeling so confident.
I have a new coach now and he's changing little things in my game. So all the shots feel so insecure at the moment.
At one point in the match I thought I was going to throw up, I think maybe it was 6-5. If it wasn't a final maybe I would have retired.
I wasn't even playing tennis (when I first saw Seles). I was always watching (Seles) on TV with my dad and I decided to play tennis not because I wanted to be a professional player, but because my parents wanted me to get involved in something so I wouldn't be running around the streets in Serbia.
It was a big mistake. I just couldn't concentrate.
It's just natural I just started to play like this I just hit the ball no one taught me to do it ? I'm a little bit left handed. I kick a ball with the left leg and I write right handed now, but before I wanted to always right left handed, but they always told me write right handed.
At one point in the match I thought I was going to throw up, I think maybe it was 6-5 (in the first set). If it wasn't a final maybe I would have retired.