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 I mean, it's something if it happens, it does, it's great; but it's not something that's like my No. 1 goal. 
— Roger Federer on the possibility of winning a calendar Grand Slam / January 31, 2010
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 I can cry like Roger; it's just a shame I can't play like him. 
— Andy Murray after losing to Roger Federer in the final of Australian Open 2010 / January 31, 2010
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 She was playing well, but I knew I could play better so I literally told myself, 'I need to man up.' 
— Serena Williams after winning the Australian Open 2010 Women's Singles title / January 30, 2010
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 I can definitely say it: I'll be back next year. 
— Justine Henin after losing to Serena Williams in the final of Australian Open 2010 / January 30, 2010
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 Just want to see different. Yeah. You should try, too. 
— Li Na on coloring her hair / January 29, 2010
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 So exciting. Maybe I take the beer tonight. 
— Li Na on breaking into the top 10 of WTA Rankings / January 29, 2010
 You know, I think it's important to just have a normal life because at the end of the day I'm not going to be playing till I'm a hundred. 
— Serena Williams on Justine Henin's retirement earlier / January 29, 2010
 I know he'd like to win the first for British tennis in, what is it, like 150,000 years? 
— Roger Federer on Murray's chances of winning his first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open 2010 / January 29, 2010
 That's the beauty of best of five sets. I wasn't panicking. Even though maybe I would have lost the second set had I lost another point there at that stage. But, you know, I just relaxed and thought, you know, maybe if the sun goes and his level drops a little bit, the whole thing might change for the better. It did. I couldn't believe the way it changed. 
— Roger Federer about his quarterfinal match against Nikolay Davydenko / January 27, 2010