May 15, 2003
ROME, ITALY, A. MAURESMO/A. Pistolesi 6-0, 6-3
THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.
Q. (Inaudible) to play against you?
AMELIE MAURESMO: No, not today. No, two weeks ago when I played against her in Warsaw, because it was the third time in three weeks I play against her. So it was very long match, more than two hours and a half. So then it was very tough.
Q. She doesn't make many mistakes, does she?
AMELIE MAURESMO: No, she didn't that day.
Q. Are these courts in bad shape? I've seen a lot of funny bounces.
AMELIE MAURESMO: Yeah, the lines are...
Q. Not the court itself?
AMELIE MAURESMO: The court is okay, but the lines, you know, when it touches the line, it's getting hard.
Q. Try to hit the lines.
AMELIE MAURESMO: Yeah, but it's risky sometimes (laughing).
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