Q. Okay. Out there on court you're sighing, you're smiling, you're laughing. You said that your personality suites this tournament. What's the one thing in your personality that clicks with this tournament?
JELENA JANKOVIC: You know what? You know, I got the trophy here, and you know what I was thinking? Because you guys or the commentators said all about this drama and all this, I thought, you know, I should have gotten an Oscar for all this drama throughout the week. Despite, you know, getting a trophy, I should have gotten, you know, a trophy for the acting, for my drama.
I think I've done a great job.
Q. Maybe best supporting actress?
JELENA JANKOVIC: Best ‑‑ no, the leading role, you know. The best one. (laughter.) I enjoy the crowd and I have fun.
Q. During changeovers when a lot of players are very focused, you're looking at the TV screen.
JELENA JANKOVIC: I was laughing at all these people dancing.
Q. Is that something you do to relax?
JELENA JANKOVIC: Probably that's why I lost, the concentration, and made all these double faults. I probably ‑‑ that's why I made all these mistakes when I shouldn't have.
I don't know. I just ‑‑ you know, I had fun. I think they should turn it off, because I keep looking at the screen. (laughter.)
Q. Did you really not know how much the runner‑up check is?
JELENA JANKOVIC: No, I didn't. So now I have a lot of money to spend. (laughter.) Tomorrow is my day to go shopping.
Q. Mary Carrillo said that you enjoyed watching television, especially when you're on television. Do you have any thoughts about that?
JELENA JANKOVIC: What television? Who?
Q. The TV screen.
JELENA JANKOVIC: Oh, I keep watching, because you go to serve and you see your big face up there. You cannot help it to look up. No, I think they should turn it off, you know. I cannot focus, because I keep looking at it. I don't know why. Just the ‑‑ but you see it. You watch straight, and then your eyes just go up, because you know there's something going up on top.
But it's ‑‑ whatever. It's just fun.
Q. You said in the past that your mother obviously has a hard time sometimes with, you know, what goes on out there. What did she say to you afterwards?
JELENA JANKOVIC: Actually, I haven't even seen her. You know, I don't know where she is now. I just received a vaccine, you know, so that's the first thing I've done, receive the needle in my arm and some more torture.
You know, it's ‑‑ you think it's easy being a professional athlete, what we go through? You would feel a little bit sorry for us. (laughter.)
Q. What was the vaccine for?
JELENA JANKOVIC: I don't know. It's ‑‑ all these women, I guess, for papilloma. I don't know what it is. I have no idea. I took three. You have to take three vaccines per year, and then women under 26 years old, I guess that's the time when you're supposed to take it and then you're free.
Q. After the championship match of the US Open you got this?
JELENA JANKOVIC: I just got it. Here. It's here. I have a Band‑Aid. I have to do the doping test now, so I have another Band‑Aid here. I cannot even go to the toilet, so I have to drink. (laughter.) I have to drink some more, otherwise I'll be here until 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning and I wouldn't feel good tomorrow for my shopping, which is not good.