July 14, 2021
Midland, Michigan, USA
Midland Country Club
Q. Let me start with you, Jessica. Talent aside, do you think being sisters and having similar games is a little bit of an advantage for you?
JESSICA KORDA: It's I think more of an advantage that we're playing it again. The first year we played this we were still trying to figure a lot of things out, and then playing this and Solheim Cup, we had a pretty good idea who needs to tee off, who needs to hit irons, and that kind of stuff.
I was getting fast out there today, and she was the first person to kind of reel me back in. It doesn't happen too often, but it's awesome to have that.
NELLY KORDA: Yeah, it's more of like the comfort level that you know you can sneak up to it.
Q. You mentioned Solheim Cup. You have a really important part of the schedule coming up. This is fun; you want to win; the next week is a major. Following that you pretty much go straight into Tokyo for the Olympics. Do you have a different perspective here than any other tournament?
NELLY KORDA: No, I think we're just out here to have fun, honestly. We've enjoyed it a lot so far and we know our schedule is going to be jam packed the next couple of weeks, so we're just out here enjoying it.
Q. You guys seem to be pretty relaxed when you're on the sidelines watching the other players. It's happening quite a bit. But when you were watching Sebi by compete at Wimbledon, how hectic was that for you guys?
NELLY KORDA: We used the word stress a lot in our group chat.
JESSICA KORDA: Yeah, we had a group chat going and the word stress was used a good amount.
NELLY KORDA: I was so sweaty from how stressed I was.
JESSICA KORDA: I have a camera in our living room, and I sent it to our family group chat, but I'm like out of the seat yelling at the TV, complete opposite to what it is out here.
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