She rushed home, ready to tell her family she wanted to quit the sport she had grown to despise.
"I feel good in doubles," she told the New York Times. "I always said I was a much better doubles player than a singles player, because [of] the hands I always had, obviously. The intelligence about doubles is about teamwork, and it's also necessary to have the right partner, and I think in Daniela I have a great partner. We'll just see how it goes."