Sony Ericsson Open: Top eight women players interviewed

Top eight seeds of women’s singles attended an all-access media hour to share thoughts, laughs and sentiments about the Sony Ericsson Open On Tuesday.

Here are the highlights.

 Top eight tennis women players attended an all-access media hour before the Sony Ericsson OpenKim Clijsters, who is with her daughter in Miami, on keeping perspective:

"There's things that happen in life that make you realize that tennis is just a sport. So I think it'd be a little embarrassing in a way to compare a loss to the end of the world, especially with everything going on in the world right now, like in Japan."

Top eight seeds of women’s singles attended an all-access media hour to share thoughts, laughs and sentiments about the Sony Ericsson Open,20110322Caroline Wozniacki, riding a streak of 14 wins from her past 15 matches, says that she’s an even better player than this time last year. 

“I’m a different player for sure… more experienced,”

“Feel like I’m on a roll right now.”

“I do a lot of boxing training. It’s a great way to stay fit.”

Top eight tennis women players attended an all-access media hour before the Sony Ericsson OpenLi Na, Chinese top player, was the last player to appear and talked a lot about her husband Jiang Shan:

“He’s more famous than me in China!”

“He’s getting better (the snoring), but the bathroom’s always open.”

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