"I think at the moment it's a lot to ask for"
-- Ana Ivanovic, on whether she thinks she can actually win the US Open.
"The gymnasts are so much smaller than you actually think. On TV they're small, but when they walk in packs, looks like a group of second graders."
-- Sam Querrey, on the athletes he met at the Olympic Village.
"When he plays his best, I would take everything what he has: his power, fighting spirit. I mean he reads the game very good, and when he plays he's the best everything. When he plays his worst game, then I don't need anything."
-- Dinara, on what attributes she would want from Big Bro Marat.
"I can't sit here and say someone is going to dominate when I'm still playing tennis."
-- Serena, on the supposed Serbian domination of the women's game.
"Just maybe it's the love of my life. That's probably what it is."
-- Venus, on why she plays so well at Wimbledon.
"But I don't know about the warning thing. I mean, we know what the rules are. That's the warning: rules."
-- Vince Spadea, on Marat's claim that he should have been given a warning before being called for a foot fault.