You always dream as a player to play your best tennis on the biggest stage and that was a thing of beauty. You can't even blame Bouchard because she didn't play badly, but she just didn't get the chance to play because Kvitova didn't allow her to. I don't think anyone would have been able to play her today.
Yes Genie Bouchard is the next Maria Sharapova...in that she's being overwhelmed by Petra Kvitova in a Wimbledon final.
It’s my second title, so I hope that now it's going to be a little easier for me.
I think we play perfect. They were serving so strong. It was not easy, but she played unbelievable returning, serving, volleys, everything. We were like very aggressive all the time. That was the important thing for us, that we try to do it all the two weeks. Was perfect.
...I sat down. Put my jacket on. Just reflected. I was in the engraver's room, so I was watching them work, wishing one day, dreaming, that he'll write my name somewhere.
On her game, Kvitova makes life absolutely miserable for you because she makes you feel like you cannot do anything.
Those washing powder advertisements are right about egg. It really is very difficult to remove, particularly when it’s all over your face.
I'm all for competitive finals, but sometimes you just have to applaud a player seizing the opportunity to perform at the very highest level. An extraordinary display.
A few shots were incredible, and I couldn’t believe I made it, actually.
One of the best performances in Wimbledon history that, Petra Kvitova absolutely demolishes the helpless Eugenie Bouchard, winning 6-3, 6-0. You've got to hand it to her, that was superb.
She played unbelievable and didn't give me many opportunities to stay in the rally or do what I do.
How good was Kvitova today? Bouchard hit just four unforced errors in the entire match. Kvitova was given nothing and she still ran away with it.
I knew that if I'm gonna get nervous again--which I did--I can still do it.
Aside from everything else, Petra Kvitova is also the first player in WTA history to successfully recover from Radek Stepanek.