I was a very shy and introverted person, and it was hard for me to talk to people and make relationships.
The difficult part was to tell the world that I was finishing.
For me retiring wasn't hard once I knew that that was the decision I was going to make.
I want not, that everybody hears about. Then I can't longer be myself.
I was feeling a lot of confidence, so I wanted to take advantage of that and keep playing.
I'm following the players, and it's great. We've never had so many Top 10 big players like now. There's so many out there that are very close.
I was formerly so stuck into plans. I can now live more spontaneously. This I want not yet to give away.
I'm having a good time. Managing my things takes a lot of time.
In Argentina at various tournaments, it's great. Every day it's full, everybody's crazy about tennis, everybody wants to play tennis.
I work out in a studio. Every day, regardless where I am, at least two hours. I need it. I can't cease it.
It was so easy to play tennis, so easy.
I want children, but at the moment the liberty I have now finally, has a far too high value.
Tennis has had a very positive impact on my life.
tennis is a 100-mph chess match.
I never thought tennis was going to give me so much satisfaction.
It's amazing, it doesn't feel like it has been 10 years since retirement.
I didn't know what was going through my mind.
I felt nobody would understand what was going on in my mind.
I carried through well with my tennis. I got the respect by usage of the tennis racket.
I can't laugh, be happy, present myself at any prize and also win on the centre court.
I lost more then 6 kilograms when I ceased with the top sport. That were all muscles. They are now gone.
I think in the lifetime of a tennis player there are many times where you feel that tremendous confidence.
I played Mary Joe Fernandez in the semifinals. She was winning the first set. Second set was very close. I started to play this aggressive game. I think I surprised them.
When I lose a match, I know that I lose on the court and not in life.
I have an office in Argentina, I go there every day, so I work.
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