"I am already in Holland, training on grass. Luckily, these courts are kind of slower and that will help me adapt more to this surface, with Wimbledon ahead, that is very important".
"The bad things is that I wasn't very lucky in the draw: I debut against Slovakian Karol Beck, who last week had won English man Tim Henman at Queen's, which is as like having won in his back yard!! Not only did he reach quarterfinals there, but he won a challenger tournament on grass the week before".
"Undoubtfully, this is the kind of surface where he feels best, and that makes him a very tough rival, but if I am able to play just like I have been playing while training I think I can make it. There are not many secrets to playing on grass: I have to serve well, be accurate when returning and be opportune when he comes to the net. We'll see what will happen, it's going to be hard".
"I imagine that most of you must be asking about my trainer...As you already know, the settlement with Fabian was just to Paris. Even though the relationship was very good, I felt it was the time to set a work team that can join me until the end of my career, that is why I decided not to be with him anymore".
"My decision has nothing to do with the fact of having lost the final at Roland Garros. My decision was taken before than that. I repeat, Fabian is a great guy and we ended up in good terms. Undoubtfully, the results back up the work we did together. But as I said before, now I will try to set a team that lasts until I retire. The best thing to do is to take some time to think".
"Something important: I want to thank the 154 e-mails that I got from acquaintances, friends, friends' relatives, some e-mails from Peru...Besides, I think I've read about 700 that arrived to the web page...I answered a few of them, and I'll try to answer them all...But I want you to know that they really helped me get over the bitter times I went through....For that reason I will thank you during my whole life".
"Moreover, I can't leave unsaid how important the people that are here in Europe are to me, especially Carla...She helped me get over this very quickly".
"To all of you who send me support messages: I won't quit, I will keep fighting just like I've been doing my whole life...I went through tough times and I moved on. Thisa time I had to lose an almost won final and I couldn't get a grip. For me future's sake I will learn through what happened, just like I did last year when I got to the semifinals".
"I was sadd and it hurt me, because I was just a point away, but I have to be happy because of the results I am achieving. As I said before, life gives and takes, and I have to be gratefull because of all the things tennis gave to me. Luckily, I am aware that I am 22 years old and there are many Roland Garros to come".
"I know that if I keep training hard God will give me another chance. Things were never easy for me, I achieved everythign through hard work and effort. Undoubtfully, one has to go through all this for one's dreams to come true".
"Send you a big hug, and let's keep in touch".