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“Ev­ery time I watch her play now, I’m an emo­tional wreck and cry­ing and every­thing. I try not to watch too many of her matches.”

Madi­son Keys,

on Pe­tra Kvi­tova’s come­back af­ter sus­tain­ing se­ri­ous in­juries to her hands in a knife at­tack at her home

“I’m hop­ing no one is go­ing to boo me.”

on fac­ing home fa­vorite Andy Mur­ray in the sec­ond round

Dustin Brown,

“If like 90 peo­ple pull out of @Wim­ble­don, I’m still a chance of get­ting lucky loser!”

Sam Groth,

on Twit­ter (@SamGrothTen­nis) re­fus­ing to give up hope of mak­ing the tour­na­ment

“I’m not re­ally think­ing that I’m the fa­vorite of the tour­na­ment. I’m still un­der­ground.”

deny­ing she is the Wim­ble­don ti­tle fa­vorite

Pe­tra Kvi­tova,

“Ap­par­ently, grass is not the best sur­face for my knee.”

Stan Wawrinka,

af­ter bowing out in the first round

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