Every single match, win, lose or draw, there's something that we can improve on, and it's about us addressing that straight after the match.
It's the best feeling ever: the adrenalin, the extra boost, the support you get from the very passionate Australian Open crowd is amazing.
Any time you enter a tournament before a slam, there's always the possibility you'll be arriving late. It's a very good problem to have.
I went from not being known anywhere in the world to winning junior Wimbledon and six months later playing the Australian Open. I was a victim of my own success, really.
That's the ultimate goal - to try to go deep into the Australian Open and deep into the other slams throughout the year.
Australians are hungry for sport. They love it. They're addicted to it.
It would be awesome to play in my backyard.
That top 100 is a big barrier that every tennis player strives to break into.
If I win, it's a bonus. If I lose, the sun still comes up the next day, and it's all good.
My heritage is really important to me. I've always had that olive complexion and the squished nose, and I just think it's important to do the best I can to be a good role model.
The most confronting thing you can do is talk about your feelings and open yourself up.
Cricket and tennis are very different skill sets, but I've played tennis all my life, so it's a lot easier coming back than learning how to face a cricket ball for the first time.
I just think it's great in cricket to come into a team environment. It's the first time I've ever experienced it.
The cricket team has been great. There's never a lonesome moment. If you are struggling, there are 10 girls who can help you out and get you through the tough times. We can enjoy the ups and downs together.
Cricket is semi-pro for women in Australia, but the girls work damn hard, and it's credit to them to try and grow the sport.
You obviously have a different perspective on life when you're 20 compared to when you're 16.
You never approach any prof or semi-professional sport as a hit and giggle.
The more balls that I hit, it's going to get better and better. Once I get a bit more confidence in my ball striking, that's when we can get down to the nitty gritty parts of the game.
I don't think there's been that many indigenous players in Australia.
My Indigenous heritage is something I hold close to my heart.