Caroline Wozniacki doesn't have particular regrets about her three-set loss to Maria Sharapova at the Australian Open on Friday. In a press conference the Dane said: 'I did my best out there. I was fighting till the end.
You know, in my head I should have won that first set. Being up 4-1, I had a chance to do that, but I didn't, and then I fought back and won the second set. Then it was a close third set. It just wasn't enough today. I did my best.
I did all I could. Just came up short. That's sports sometimes.' Is dealing with the pressure of being a Grand Slam champion the hardest thing? 'I don't know that it's the hardest thing. I actually didn't find it hard at all.
I find it kind of pleasurable. It was nice and exciting, and I think it was great. You know, in tennis, you're one on one, and you battle and you do your best. One day you win; some days you lose. As long as you give it your all out there, as long as I fought for every point and was really trying to do everything in my power to win, I can't really blame myself for anything.
You know, I'm sitting here and, of course, I'm disappointed that I'm not through to the fourth round. I wish I was. But, you know, I can't be too hard on myself with what I got today. I did what I could.' ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: Worse players than David Ferrer won a Grand Slam title