JJ's blogging for The Age while in Melbourne. I wonder if she's sick of those "#1 without a Slam questions":
I am a positive person who laughs a lot and am always happy, but deep down on the inside, I am also a very sensitive person. Believe it or not I am a bit of a crier! I do tend to be quite emotional and cry easily.
It is not something that I particularly like about myself, but that is how I am as a person.
I am not as cold as a rock. But I don't pay too much attention to what others say about me. Everybody has the right to think what they want and speak their mind if they want to. But I don't really focus on that, and when you are successful there are always going to be critics, as well as people who compliment you. That's just the way it is.
If I was ranked 1000th in the world or if I wasn't doing well, no one would talk about me. Nobody would say anything, so I guess this is the way it has to be and I have to accept that.
I have my own team and I have the people who believe in me and wish me the best.
I just try to get my results and don't feel that I have to prove anything to anybody. I'm No. 1 in the world and everybody wants to be in my shoes, so I don't have anything to worry about. I'm just a girl who enjoys tennis. I go to the court with a smile on my face, and that's what matters … I enjoy what I do and I'm happy. I love my sport. I love running after balls.
That's what matters to me and that's what counts.
Seriously, you guys. Don't make JJ cry. She's very sensitive. Especially on the soles of her feet.