Jessica Pegula drinks from Heineken can after US open defeat

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EW YORK (AP) — Exuding energy from "tough day in the office," Jessica Pegula brought a can of beer to 

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her press conference after a quarterfinal loss at the U.S. Open on Wednesday night.  

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No. 8-seeed Pegula, a 28-year-old American who is the country's highest-ranked tennis player, took 

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a few sips of her Heineken between answers to questions from reporters

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When a member of the media touched on the topic, Pegula first responded with something that many professional 

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athletes can relate to: "I'm trying to pee for doping." And only Sabalenka, 

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Then expressing a thought that many adults could understand, she added, "Although this helps alleviate the loss."

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Pegula was defeated 6-3, 7-6 (4) at Arthur Ashe Stadium by number 1 iga Swiatek.

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The setback knocked down Pegula's quarterfinal record in the Grand Slam to 0-4, with three of those losses this season. "I

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'm a little empty now, " said Pegula. "I'm not really happy.  THANK YOU FOR READ PLEASE SHERE "I