March 25, 1996
KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA
Q. Into the quarters with this victory. Talk about how you played today.
ANKE HUBER: I wasn't satisfied with it at all. I think I made too many easy errors, easy mistakes. I'm not very happy about the way I played. I'm just happy that I won and that I'm in the quarters, but I have to play much better tomorrow to win the next one.
Q. What was it you weren't satisfied with?
ANKE HUBER: I don't know. Like I said, I made too many easy errors. I didn't feel very good about my shots. In between, yes, I made some great shots and I made important points, because I won the match I guess, because I won the match. It was just my serve was not good again. Well, it wasn't a great match, I just got through it let's say.
Q. You were up 4-1 in the second set, then again another concentration lapse?
ANKE HUBER: Not really. She played, I think, two good games. I couldn't do much there, so it wasn't that much concentration lapse as yesterday or the day before, yesterday or the day before I didn't feel like that. Still, it shouldn't happen like that at 4-1, lose like three games in a row very easy. It shouldn't happen, but well.
Q. Are you thinking about working with somebody because of the lapses in concentration at times?
ANKE HUBER: No. I didn't have this in Australian, I didn't have it before in New York. I don't know why it is. Today was already better than yesterday and the day before. I hope I can improve with each match.
Q. Anything you can point to where you're having trouble focusing in an entire match?
ANKE HUBER: No. Today I really tried to concentrate. With the concentration I felt much better than yesterday. Still it wasn't good enough the whole match, I guess. It was not so good in the first set. I will see. I think it's not a real problem. It's just right now.
Q. What is a perfect day for Anke Huber on the tennis courts?
ANKE HUBER: A perfect day? When everything goes fine, I win easy and I have no problems with any shots. It's a nice day.
Q. And then what, then head to the beach?
ANKE HUBER: Yeah, just go somewhere. Yeah, yeah.
Q. Is that what you'll do today?
ANKE HUBER: A nice dinner. What?
Q. What will you do today?
ANKE HUBER: I have to play doubles, fourth match, that's what I'm doing today.
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