CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: It's really difficult to explain. Just the work that he does, and every day you think you've made your limit, but then the next day you can do more. It just makes you believe that there is no limit. I actually had a shirt I didn't bring it here. I have it in the hotel, where every time it was hard I was writing something on the shirt. So all my expressions are on the shirt. We kind of had it together, me and Gil, and, you know, so it made it easier. So every time it was tough, I just looked at the shirt and I could do more. I'll have it with me every time.
Q. What are some of the things you wrote on your shirt? Like, "Pain is Nothing" or...
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: Yeah. You know, what did I write?
Q. "I Hate You, Gil"? (laughter.)
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: No, I was nice to Gil. Because sometimes I was
hurting and sometimes it was tough, so, you know, I wrote "No Limit" on
my shirt. I wrote, you know, "Iron Woman" on my shirt, you know.
Because he was, you know, really making me strong.
I was writing, "Ouch, It's Hurting," or, you know, if there was a if there was a tough exercise, you know, I was like, "Aye Yi Yi," it's going to be tough. So I wrote, "Aye Yi Yi" on my shirt, or "Vamos."
Then on the back, I wrote, working with Gil makes working with Gil no, what did I write? I wrote, "When You Work With Gil, Impossible is Nothing." Yeah.
So, yeah, I can bring the shirt. I'll have it with me.