PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) _ Tonya Harding's skating problems aren't over.

After five years away from competition, she made her professional debut last month and came in second. But the appearance hasn't translated to lucrative deals, said her manager, Michael Rosenberg.

``I've had calls up the kazoom for interviews,'' Rosenberg said. ``But that doesn't mean any money. Maybe what I've set her up for is to have a good next season.''

Ms. Harding, 29, was convicted in the knee-whacking of rival Nancy Kerrigan in 1994 and banned from amateur figure skating.