As each error flew off the strings of 31 year old Li racket, Argentine Rodriguez, the man responsible for steering Belgian Justin Henin to number one in the world, sank a little deeper into his seat, a look of resignation on his face.”She didn manage that time in the right way,” Rodriguez told reporters, when asked by reporters at courtside if the stoppage had caused the meltdown that threatened to see another high profile seed tumble out of the championships.”She lost her adrenaline. Li helped her opponent a lot to come back into the match. We have to continue to work on it. She has to be able to manage that.”She went out of the match a little bit but I happy that she recovered to produce some good tennis.” He said being a coach was as much about psychology as the mechanics of the strokes.