"Most people think that sometimes I cry on the court, but I don't. I just let the emotions out and let yourself relax. It can
happen when you're happy, when you're upset, any time. Most people take
it as frustration, and I think it's a big mistake. It helps you to be
better in the next hour or next moment. People think when you break a
racquet, you're frustrated and you can't play after that. I don't think
it's right. Maybe some players, they can't, but some players let their
emotions out, feel much better and are able to concentrate on what they
have to do."
Also? I would pay big bucks to see Baby E throw a "huge fit of postmatch frustration in the locker room." What'd she do, throw all her stuffed animals everywhere and hold her breath until Dragana thwapped her upside the head?