Kim Clijsters, speaking of Maria Kirilenko
Grass is a very tough surface. You have to be so focused all the time. The scoreboard can change very quickly. So I think you have to be really focused and it's in the head.
...I DO NOT REGRET about not shaking the hand.
That's something that, you know, I was working for a while: trying to play more aggressively, serving well, and playing go very well in the returning games and coming to the net. So I think I did overall pretty well today. I hope I can continue like that.
If you were to describe your style of play and Justine's for somebody who had never seen either of you play, how would you describe them?
It's like school exams here.
...I'm not here really to win Wimbledon; I'm here to give my best and I'm here to go as far as possible in the tournament.
Are you healthy enough now and motivated enough and strong enough to get back to the level where you were before you had the injury?
Yeah, you know, finally I think I feel good. Couple of minor things, but every single tennis player experiences those. But I can say finally I'm healthy and finally I can put up a good work. You know, I'm looking forward to improve my game and get back to that level where I was before.
...people are playing longer these days. They don't give it up too quickly anymore. If they do give it up, they come back and keep winning.
And finally, the power of the unconscious mind...
I haven't done great at the Grand Slams. I didn't play the Australian Open....