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 Maria Sharapova - “I think the surface helps a lot. It gives a lot more free points than other surfaces. Serving aces out of nowhere when you haven't had any before, that comes out of confidence.”
 Maria Sharapova - “I got off to a great start and then maybe I wasn't aggressive enough and let her into the match in the second set. I don't know exactly what happened, I just lost my concentration a bit, but was able to get back on track in the final set.”
 Maria Sharapova - “There were some matches this year where I lost a little concentration and focus and thought I played some stupid points,”
 Maria Sharapova - “I've been playing against older and stronger competition my whole life. It has made me a better tennis player and able to play against this kind of level despite their strength and experience.”
 Maria Sharapova - “Ive been playing against older and stronger competition my whole life. It has made me a better tennis player and able to play against this kind of level despite their strength and experience.”
 Maria Sharapova - “That's makes it even tougher but that's what it's all about. That's why we're here, for the competition. I love it when it gets tough.”
 Maria Sharapova - “I go there to play and would like to play against strong opponents. I always enjoy high-level competition,”
 Maria Sharapova - “There was a lot of rustiness, ... The first match (after a layoff) is always tough. You practice hard and work on a lot of things, but the actual competition is totally different. I was just trying to get in a groove, get my feet wet.”
 Maria Sharapova - “You practice hard and work on a lot of things, but the actual competition is totally different. I was just trying to get in a groove.”
 Maria Sharapova - “I want to play for Russia, I definitely want to play for Russia in Fed Cup competition,”
 Maria Sharapova - “Ive been playing against older and stronger competition my whole life. It has made me a better tennis player and able to play against this kind of level despite their strength and experience.”
 Maria Sharapova - “I think that's why I play tennis, because of the challenge, because of the competition. That's why we love to play tiebreaker in the third set. It makes it more exciting, and the bigger support in the stand, and more fans involved in it. I really enjoyed the competition and took a lot of hard work to make myself No. 1 at 18 years old.”
 Maria Sharapova - “I think that's why I play tennis, because of the challenge, because of the competition, ... That's why we love to play tiebreaker in the third set. It makes it more exciting, and the bigger support in the stand, and more fans involved in it. I really enjoyed the competition and took a lot of hard work to make myself No. 1 at 18 years old.”
 Maria Sharapova - “I had only myself as company, ... It just made me tougher.”
 Maria Sharapova - “It was disappointing to lose today, but it won't have any impact on my game in China,”
 Maria Sharapova - “It's good that I ate some chocolate cake last night, ... I'm glad I put on a few pounds. Otherwise, I might have blown away out there.”
 Maria Sharapova - “It's good I had a piece of chocolate cake yesterday, or I would have been in that globe somewhere referring to a giant statue of a globe near the stadium. I'm glad I gained a few pounds. I practice in Florida, but it's never like this. This was pretty extreme.”
 Maria Sharapova - “It's so windy today I'm really glad I had a piece of chocolate cake last night or else I would have been blown away out here.”
 Maria Sharapova - “It's good I had a piece of cake on Tuesday or I would have been blown away,”
 Maria Sharapova - “I think it's the toughest grand slam to win because of the traffic getting here and the busy city.”
 Maria Sharapova - “The WTA Tour and the ATP and the ITF and everyone that's in this whole tennis world needs to come together because I think each and every one of them is trying to make a business in their own little shell. In order to make this game bigger and better, I definitely think they need to come together.”
 Maria Sharapova - “Today I came out and I knew it would be cold so I had to move around quickly just to keep my body warm. I came out prepared.”
 Maria Sharapova - “I'm going to be busy these next several weeks rehabbing, training and getting healthy so that I can play my very best for myself, the fans, tournaments and sponsors in 2006. I tried my best to fight through my injuries during the season, but I now realize that I need to take some time off to rest my body and get back to being 100 percent healthy. I look forward to regaining my form and playing at the same highly competitive level that I have in the past. This has been such a disappointing year for me because I'm such a competitive person and I like to win for myself and for my fans.”
 Maria Sharapova - “Physically, I have to get a lot better, ... I have to play these three setters and the points are going to go on and on. This is not something that is going to happen overnight. I am only 18 and this is going to take time. My body is still growing and I'm still adjusting to my own body.”
 Maria Sharapova - “It's hard to get going when your body isn't there and your mind is on your pillow.”

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