Olga Danilovic: "In tennis age doesn't matter"
Serbian tennis player Olga Danilovic commented on her performance at "MOSCOW RIVER CUP presented by INGRAD".
- Do you remember how much time has passed since the moment you lost in qualification and when you found out you went in as a lucky loser?
I played and lost the first match at about 10am, and I finished. My mum actually bought the return ticket home (laughs). We went to the Red Square and my coach called me and said "You have to come back!". And I said "Why? I lost". He then said, that I got in the main draw las a lucky loser and am playing the next day, so I came back to the hotel right away.

- Today you played the first seed of the tournament, but from the stands it seemed like the easiest match for you. Do you agree?
- Of course not, this was the toughest match for me here for sure! Maybe the results - 6:3, 6:3 - make one think it was easy, but it was so tough for me. I don't have to say anything about her [Julia Goerges], she's world #10 and that says it all. I can only say that I played good.

- During her press-conference Anastasia Potapova was talking about a hardship of transition from junior to professional tennis: in juniors one can be in top-5, top-10 and win everything, while in professional tennis one can find oneself among many strong players. What can you comment on this?
- I totally agree with Nastya. In juniors everyone is under 18, still growing. But in professionals we all play tennis. Your age doesn't matter, the only difference is your experience. At some point you find your style and play your tennis. And determining who is better comes down to how you play on the day.