"No. I mean, after the match ‑‑ after the warm‑up I just started to cry. I said, I cannot push anymore myself. He said, We know that you're not a machine. Just go out there and don't thinking. He told me again, Just please don't show me any emotions, like these negative emotions. If you want, don't show even positive. Just go on the court and do whatever you can this day.
If it's 20% left from your body, just give this 20%. Don't use another percent just throwing the balls around and shouting. He said, Whatever you have, just try to concentrate and put it into the game. So that's what I did today."
-- Dinara Safina, on her emotional state before her fourth round match.