FRANCESCA SCHIAVONE: Nothing is easy. I mean, is first time. For sure I'm learning many things, new things. But in the same times, I can say that if I don't play tennis, I can't win. So I have to come back and play at the best.
Q. Is it easy to stay focused after all what happened since your win in Roland Garros?
Q. You say you learned something. What did you learn exactly?FRANCESCA SCHIAVONE: Exactly? There are many things to organize, many things to do. For example, this one is a new job for me to give you my interview, to stay in front of TV and explain who I am and what I do. So is a new step. And then on the court, for sure I keep going to work on my quality. Is good.
Q. Do you like the extra attention that it has brought you? Do you appreciate it?FRANCESCA SCHIAVONE: I like the people that come close to me and say, Oh, you give me a big emotion, of course. I play tennis for this. But when I have to come here, no (laughter). I like less.
Q. Do you find that your fellow professionals treat you or look at you in a slightly different way now that you're a Grand Slam winner?
FRANCESCA SCHIAVONE: No. The people that know me, no, because was like this before and I am exactly the same. When I arrived to the airport in Italy, they said, Now you are important. What do you think about? And I say, No, I always been important. It's just that now I won something.