September 22, 2002
JULI INKSTER: It was really great. After Friday I was really down and came back and played well. It looks like you are making a comeback but it looks like it's going to come down to the wire.
Q. Are you going to hide?
JULI INKSTER: I am going to head out there and root for the Americans. So anybody out there, I am going to root for Laura coming in. And go out and catch the last two matches.
JULI INKSTER: Thanks.
Q. You were ahead all the way. Tell me about the match.
JULI INKSTER: I played better coming in, but, you know, I made some good putts on the back side and Patty sent me out there, I knew, to try to get that one point early and I am glad I could come through for her.
PAULA MARTI: I don't know, I tried to hole it out there on the back 9. I was doing pretty good. I was 2 under playing this hole, but I never gave it up until this, but, I mean, the way I played the front 9, you know, the wind --
Q. How do you feel that the conditions affected your play out here today?
PAULA MARTI: I mean, I don't think it was the conditions. I am glad I was just out here.
Q. We noticed after the fifth hole that you just kicked it into gear. Can you tell us a little bit about that.
LAURA DIAZ: No, I just stuck with my game plan and went out and tried to make as many birdies as I could, just like when I am playing every other week.
Q. Did you notice if the weather made any difference this morning, as far as the coolness and the wind?
LAURA DIAZ: I don't think so.
Q. How about Interlachen, any comments?
LAURA DIAZ: Great golf club.
Q. Thank you.
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