This quote is from The Guardian and I found its lack of understanding and sensitivity appalling:
"Keothavong missed a decent chance of scoring only her sixth win this year when she took a 4-2 lead against Tamira Paszek before losing her momentum, her confidence and the match 6-4, 6-2 to the former top-40 Austrian. "My grandmother passed away yesterday and I wasn't really there in the head today. I tried to fight my emotions but tennis didn't seem that important today," Keothavong said.
It seemed as though lack of belief and ensuing loss of rhythm with her more attacking ground strokes which did for Keothavong, who had been absent from the main tour for seven months with a knee injury."
Not only is coming back from such a long lay-off bound to affect her game and her confidence, but she's expected to turn in a winning performance just after she's heard of her granny's death?