Once you taste the sweet honey, you want more of that.
I like to dance to Latin music, like salsa, like reggaeton.
I think I'm always nervous, even if I play not on the center court.
When a kid comes next to you, and she's like 'Ooh, one day I want to be like you!' you're like 'Wow, that's so nice to hear!'
Sometimes when you go into the match, you want it so badly. I think sometimes is tricky. It makes you a little bit, like, tense and nervous.
All I want is to win matches, and the ranking sooner or later will come.
I like Sergio Ramos, who plays Real Madrid.
I just thought at Wimbledon I was very nervous.
Being in a Grand Slam, doesn't matter what you did before, it's always nervous and excitement.
I don't have superstitions because I think sometimes they work against you because, if something happens to disturb them, you feel nervous.
I always play with a very high ponytail so that my hair doesn't bother me.
People only see two hours of a tennis match where you're fighting and running and sometimes getting upset. There's a lot more than those two hours. Going out there and playing is actually the easy part.
I started in a very small tennis club in a South American country where I never thought about becoming the best tennis player.
I was always following my brothers. If my brothers hadn't played, I never would have picked up a racket. Tennis isn't the most popular sport in Venezuela.
I moved to Spain, and at all the tournaments I'd play, I would be really good in my age. That made me realize that I could be a pro.
I let my racket do the talking.
Once you step on the court, you see the crowd, you see the final, you see I'm here playing another Wimbledon final.
The best thing is being part of history and achieving something you've dreamed of.
I don't know a lot of people who achieve what they have really dreamed of as a little girl.
I have routines but not superstitions.