Found September 09, 2012 on Tennis Panorama :
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An interview with: VICTORIA AZARENKA – Post -Match interview after losing the US Open final to Serena Williams Sunday, September 9, 2012 THE MODERATOR:  Questions, please.   Q.  You played a great match out there today.  I mean, at the end you really looked absolutely devastated.  Did you feel like you just let this one get away?  What are your thoughts? VICTORIA AZARENKA:  Yes, as you mentioned, you know, I think it was a great match.  Being so close it hurts deeply to know you don’t have it, you’re close, you didn’t get it.  But at this moment, you know, I have no regrets.  I felt like I gave it all there, you know.  Could it have gone my way?  Probably, yes.  But it didn’t.  It really, really hurts.  You know, those emotions come out and you feel sad, but it’s time to really realize what happened today.  You know, it was a great match.  It was close but not for me.   Q.  There are a lot of positives.  Getting to a Grand Slam final in and of itself is such a remarkable accomp
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