Chris Evert, describing Christina McHale
What super tennis--flowing and nerveless.
Jo Durie describing Camila Giorgi
What is it like to coach against four-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams on center court at the championships? Well, it’s like experiencing a beautiful dream and a horrifying nightmare all at the same time.
I have a lot of confidence right now, and I'm very pleased that I am in the second week.
[She] took the scenic route, but she played good tennis when she needed to.
Commentator describing Sabine Lisicki
The conditions were hard, it was very windy, but I adjusted well, I think, and just calmed down and went for my shots and made them.
When I'm not moving and not active physically, it's better. Moving and running is just impossible right now; it's impossible to play at this level. But I hope I will get better soon.
...the guy played incredible. I'm curious to see how he's going to play [against Philipp Kohlschreiber] because a lot of times he looked a little bit arrogant out there. So I wonder how he'll react in his next match, if he can stay grounded, keep his feet on the ground, and try to keep that result going. Nobody cares too much. You can beat Nadal, but if you lose the next round ... I'm going a definitely watch him tomorrow and see how he will play.
Kim Clijsters, on Lukas Rosol's upset of Rafael Nadal
I think everyone wants a certain amount of respect regardless of what you've achieved. It's about having self respect and people respecting who you are as human being and everyone getting equal from the same organization. I don't think that I did get equal treatment, but I said what I said and I don't want to keep harping on it during Wimbledon, which is very important to me.
She's number 3 in the world for a reason. She didn't miss. I think I tried to do too much and then I tried to do too little. I just wasn't getting it right today.
Heather Watson, on going up against The Radwanska