Wimbledon's Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Wimbledon's Sayings By Mahesh Bhupathi: I am glad that Wimbledon is my last slam. I love the atmosphere and courts I am glad that Wimbledon is my last slam. I love the atmosphere and courts of SW19, and it is an addiction, which I will find tough to give up. — Mahesh Bhupathi
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Eamon Dunphy: Well, I don't like to make outlandish statements. Not all the time. But Wimbledon would Well, I don't like to make outlandish statements. Not all the time. But Wimbledon would have beaten them 10-0. — Eamon Dunphy
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Mahesh Bhupathi: Wimbledon 2014 will be my last slam. To be honest, I am already starting to Wimbledon 2014 will be my last slam. To be honest, I am already starting to miss professional tennis, having played at the highest level for two decades. It is what has given me my identity, and I will miss every bit of the action. The thought that I will not be playing anymore is daunting. — Mahesh Bhupathi
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Wimbledon's Sayings By John McEnroe: If you want to be a tennis player, then mould yourself on Roger Federer. I If you want to be a tennis player, then mould yourself on Roger Federer. I won three Wimbledon titles and I wish I could play like him. — John McEnroe
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Lin-Manuel Miranda: The only other thing that's like video games for me is watching tennis on TV. The only other thing that's like video games for me is watching tennis on TV. I can have it on, and there's a rhythmic quality to it - I can be watching Wimbledon or the U.S. Open and still be working. — Lin-Manuel Miranda
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Wimbledon's Sayings By John Newcombe: That match was late evening and I had the experience of the electricity of the That match was late evening and I had the experience of the electricity of the Centre Court because it was packed, a full house for the whole match. It had been a great year for me, first time there and I had the full taste of Wimbledon. — John Newcombe
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Murray: People think I am unemotional because my voice is flat and a bit boring. It People think I am unemotional because my voice is flat and a bit boring. It is unfortunate but it is just the way it is. I've tried to change it but it doesn't seem to make a difference. The truth is, I have lots of emotions inside. I cried after the semi-final at Wimbledon [2012] because I was proud to reach the final and I knew how much it meant to the country. I cried after the [losing] final [to Federer], too, for different reasons. I felt I had let people down. I think people warmed to that. They could see how much it hurt. — Andy Murray
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Marion Bartoli: I am not blonde, yes. Have I dreamt about having a model contract? No. But I am not blonde, yes. Have I dreamt about having a model contract? No. But have I dreamed about winning Wimbledon? Absolutely. — Marion Bartoli
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Maria Sharapova: That is what is most special about achieving equality - the positive signal that it That is what is most special about achieving equality - the positive signal that it will send the world over to the next generation of girls dreaming of winning Wimbledon or becoming a scientist or going to the moon as an astronaut. — Maria Sharapova
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Roddick: I got to play in a crowd, play in Wimbledon finals, be the guy on I got to play in a crowd, play in Wimbledon finals, be the guy on a Davis Cup team for a while. Those are opportunities not a lot of people get. — Andy Roddick
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Murray: My dinner options are kept simple during Wimbledon. I have either salmon with rice, roast My dinner options are kept simple during Wimbledon. I have either salmon with rice, roast chicken with vegetables and potatoes, or steak with salad. My girlfriend Kim will cook, and I know each night that it will be one of those three. — Andy Murray
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Tiger Woods: Everyone knows what the Masters is, even if you're a non-golfer. People know what Wimbledon Everyone knows what the Masters is, even if you're a non-golfer. People know what Wimbledon is. They know what the Super Bowl is. There are certain events that people just know about. — Tiger Woods
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Fiona Hodgkin: Were you serious when you said I might win someday at Wimbledon?"Claire answered, "There's so Were you serious when you said I might win someday at Wimbledon?"
Claire answered, "There's so much that's pure luck, good or bad. The weather can be terrible. We always say we should re-schedule Wimbledon and hold it in the summer!"
I frowned. "Wimbledon is in the summer."
Claire sighed. "It's a joke, Fiona."
"Oh. — Fiona Hodgkin
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Goran Ivanisevic: When I won Wimbledon, I said to God: just let me win this one tournament When I won Wimbledon, I said to God: just let me win this one tournament and I won't play another match. Maybe God's telling me to go home, but I don't want to go home. We are negotiating at the moment. — Goran Ivanisevic
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Chris Evert: The great high of winning Wimbledon lasts for about a week. You go down in The great high of winning Wimbledon lasts for about a week. You go down in the record book, but you don't have anything tangible to hold on to. But having a baby
there isn't any comparison. — Chris Evert
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Fred Perry: I was always a believer in stamping on my opponent if I got him down, I was always a believer in stamping on my opponent if I got him down, at Wimbledon or anywhere else. I never wanted to give him the chance to get up. — Fred Perry
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Peter Chapman: I don't get what's happening to Jose Mourinho of late. He's lapsing into the kind I don't get what's happening to Jose Mourinho of late. He's lapsing into the kind of Portuguese moroseness you get from staring at the Atlantic horizon and imagining you're the last place in the world, while listening to endless renditions of the fado. His latest line about 'everyone hates us and we don't care' sounds like vintage Joe Kinnear in the great days of the Wimbledon Crazy Gang. — Peter Chapman
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Arthur Ashe: The world over - 50 million children start playing tennis, 5 million learn to play The world over - 50 million children start playing tennis, 5 million learn to play tennis, 500,000 learn professional tennis, 50,000 come to the circuit, 5000 reach the grand slam, 50 reach Wimbledon, 4 to semi final, 2 to the finals, when I was holding a cup I never asked GOD 'Why me?'. And today in pain I should not be asking GOD 'Why me?' — Arthur Ashe
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Gautam Gambhir: Any quality player can adjust well to the different demands. It is like a good Any quality player can adjust well to the different demands. It is like a good tennis player who is expected to adjust to the clay at the French Open, the grass at Wimbledon, the hard courts of the U.S. and the heat of the Australian Open. A professional is expected to do all that. — Gautam Gambhir
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Kim Clijsters: I would love to do well one last time in Melbourne and my dream would I would love to do well one last time in Melbourne and my dream would be to win Wimbledon and play in the London Olympics. — Kim Clijsters
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Wimbledon's Sayings By David Lloyd: Wimbledon is getting a bit too like Royal Ascot. It's not what happens or who Wimbledon is getting a bit too like Royal Ascot. It's not what happens or who wins so much, as what clothes do I have on. — David Lloyd
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Mike Ingham: Neil Sullivan has stopped absolutely everything have thrown at him ... Wimbledon 1, Manchester United Neil Sullivan has stopped absolutely everything have thrown at him ... Wimbledon 1, Manchester United 1. — Mike Ingham
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Chris Evert: Of all my achievements in tennis, I'm probably as proud of my record on clay Of all my achievements in tennis, I'm probably as proud of my record on clay courts as any of my Wimbledon, U.S. Open or French singles titles. — Chris Evert
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Sania Mirza: When I used to say I wanted to play at Wimbledon, they used to laugh When I used to say I wanted to play at Wimbledon, they used to laugh in my face and say, 'What are you talking about, you're from Hyderabad, and you're supposed to ... cook.' That's one of the notions that people have in this side of the world - it is our 'culture', within quotes, you know, to say what a woman can or cannot do. — Sania Mirza
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Gary Neville: When I was a child, the FA Cup was one of the crown jewels of When I was a child, the FA Cup was one of the crown jewels of the sporting year, along with the Grand National, Wimbledon and The Open. But with every announcement it seems to lose another piece of its identity. First it was sponsors added to the name, followed by the semi-finals at Wembley. — Gary Neville
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Wimbledon's Sayings By Patrick Rafter: I don't know if Wimbledon's seen anything like it. I don't know if they will I don't know if Wimbledon's seen anything like it. I don't know if they will again. But it was just - it was electric. The Aussie crowd, I'm really proud of them, the way they conducted themselves. You know they're great losers, as well. — Patrick Rafter
Wimbledon's Sayings By John McEnroe: The only thing 'championship' about Wimbledon is its prestige. The only thing 'championship' about Wimbledon is its prestige. — John McEnroe
Wimbledon's Sayings By Steffi Graf: Grass is a surface I have always loved, Wimbledon is a tournament I have always Grass is a surface I have always loved, Wimbledon is a tournament I have always loved. — Steffi Graf
Wimbledon's Sayings By Serena Williams: Will I have to explain to my daughter that her brother is gonna make more Will I have to explain to my daughter that her brother is gonna make more money doing the exact same job because he's a man? If they both played sports since they were three years old, they both worked just as hard, but because he's a boy, they're gonna give him more money? Like, how am I gonna explain that to her? In tennis we've had great pioneers that paved the way - including Venus [Williams], who fought so hard for Wimbledon to pay women the same prize money they pay men, and Billie Jean King, who is one of the main reasons Title IX exists. — Serena Williams
Wimbledon's Sayings By Li Na: Just because you win the French Open it doesn't mean you can do well at Just because you win the French Open it doesn't mean you can do well at Wimbledon. — Li Na
Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Roddick: I've pretty much been portrayed as every style thing you can be. After Wimbledon you I've pretty much been portrayed as every style thing you can be. After Wimbledon you are Andy Everyman, who everybody is rooting for. I think the meat and potatoes of who I am hasn't been covered yet. — Andy Roddick
Wimbledon's Sayings By Sue Barker: How fitting [it would be if Roger Federer played the first match under the roof] How fitting [it would be if Roger Federer played the first match under the roof] ... he has become known in recent years as the King of Wimbledon ... and this is the day after of the death of the King of Pop. — Sue Barker
Wimbledon's Sayings By Stan Collymore: AFC Wimbledon in the League! Talk about the ashes rising from the flames. AFC Wimbledon in the League! Talk about the ashes rising from the flames. — Stan Collymore
Wimbledon's Sayings By Richard Krajicek: Now that I have retired, and even though I wanted to play more, I can Now that I have retired, and even though I wanted to play more, I can always look back and say that at least I won Wimbledon; also, winning the tournament in Rotterdam in 1995. — Richard Krajicek
Wimbledon's Sayings By Jamie Murray: I'd love to win Wimbledon. I'd love to win Wimbledon. — Jamie Murray
Wimbledon's Sayings By Petra Kvitova: It means everything, definitely. I mean, it's Wimbledon. Tennis here is tennis history. Centre Court It means everything, definitely. I mean, it's Wimbledon. Tennis here is tennis history. Centre Court is always great to play on. I really feel like I'm at home. I was really up and down after my title here in 2011, but I still worked hard and believed in myself, and my team believed in me as well. — Petra Kvitova
Wimbledon's Sayings By Goran Ivanisevic: Winning Wimbledon was a great feeling and it is still a great feeling. It has Winning Wimbledon was a great feeling and it is still a great feeling. It has given me so much confidence. — Goran Ivanisevic
Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Murray: Winning Wimbledon, I can't get my head around that. I still can't believe it's happened. Winning Wimbledon, I can't get my head around that. I still can't believe it's happened. — Andy Murray
Wimbledon's Sayings By Maria Sharapova: This decision will only strengthen the bond between women players and one of the world's This decision will only strengthen the bond between women players and one of the world's great sporting events [on equal prize money at Wimbledon — Maria Sharapova
Wimbledon's Sayings By Timothy Gallwey: Both Arthur Ashe and Billie Jean King used these phrases ("playing out of one's mind," Both Arthur Ashe and Billie Jean King used these phrases ("playing out of one's mind," or "over one's head") to describe their performances while winning tghe finals at Wimbledon in 1975 ... The player loses himself in the action, continually breaki g the false limits placed on is potential. Awareness becomes acutely heightened, while analysis, anxiety and self-conscious thought are compoletly forgotten. Enjoyment is at a peak - pure and unspoiled. — Timothy Gallwey
Wimbledon's Sayings By Joe Kinnear: The problem at Wimbledon seems to be that the club has suffered a loss of The problem at Wimbledon seems to be that the club has suffered a loss of complacency. — Joe Kinnear
Wimbledon's Sayings By Justine Henin: It is another Justine Henin who will try and go out there and achieve her It is another Justine Henin who will try and go out there and achieve her dream of finally winning Wimbledon, — Justine Henin
Wimbledon's Sayings By Venus Williams: There is nothing like playing at Wimbledon; you can feel the footprints of the legends There is nothing like playing at Wimbledon; you can feel the footprints of the legends of the game-men and women-that have graced those courts. — Venus Williams
Wimbledon's Sayings By Goran Ivanisevic: I don't care now if I ever win a match in my life again. Whatever I don't care now if I ever win a match in my life again. Whatever I do in my life, wherever I go, I'm going to be always Wimbledon champion. — Goran Ivanisevic
Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Murray: I was playing in the juniors at Wimbledon I forgot to turn my mobile phone I was playing in the juniors at Wimbledon I forgot to turn my mobile phone off. It was lying there in my bag and it rang in the middle of a match, and it was one of my friends from school saying, 'Murray, you're on the telly!' I learnt from that. After that I always put my phone on silent. — Andy Murray
Wimbledon's Sayings By Evonne Goolagong Cawley: Every time I hit the ball on the wall I uses to pretend I was Every time I hit the ball on the wall I uses to pretend I was there (Wimbledon). When I went to sleep I used to pretend I was there. — Evonne Goolagong Cawley
Wimbledon's Sayings By Roy Goode: walk away from its treaty obligations by invoking the doctrine of State sovereignty. This was walk away from its treaty obligations by invoking the doctrine of State sovereignty. This was settled by a decision of the Permanent Court of Justice (PCIJ)10 over 80 years ago. SS Wimbledon Case (Britain v Germany) (1923) PCIJ (Series A) No 1, 25 The court declines to see in the conclusion of any treaty by which a State undertakes to perform or refrain from performing a particular act an abandonment of sovereignty. No doubt any convention creating an obligation of this kind places a restriction upon the exercise of the sovereign rights of the State, in the sense that it requires them to be exercised in a certain way. But the right of entering into international engagements is an attribute of State sovereignty. Implementation — Roy Goode
Wimbledon's Sayings By Daniela Hantuchova: It was a match I lost, rather than she won [on Serena Williams winning with It was a match I lost, rather than she won [on Serena Williams winning with an apparent cramp injury at Wimbledon — Daniela Hantuchova
Wimbledon's Sayings By John McEnroe: Borg's won Wimbledon four straight times and out there he has just lost an 18-16 Borg's won Wimbledon four straight times and out there he has just lost an 18-16 tie breaker. You'd think maybe once he'd let up and say forget it. But oh, no way. — John McEnroe
Wimbledon's Sayings By Tracy Austin: I won the Wimbledon mixed doubles title in 1980. I won the Wimbledon mixed doubles title in 1980. — Tracy Austin
Wimbledon's Sayings By Li Na: If I didn't do well at Wimbledon maybe Chinese people will forget about me. If I didn't do well at Wimbledon maybe Chinese people will forget about me. — Li Na
Wimbledon's Sayings By Ralph Nader: The 60th seed at Wimbledon gets a chance at Center Court. The 60th seed in The 60th seed at Wimbledon gets a chance at Center Court. The 60th seed in the NCAA gets a chance to go to the Final Four. But the third seed [in presidential politics] is shut out. — Ralph Nader
Wimbledon's Sayings By John Newcombe: I had started my love affair with Wimbledon. I had started my love affair with Wimbledon. — John Newcombe
Wimbledon's Sayings By Helen Wills Moody: The 1927 Wimbledon finals were almost put off because of the rain, which threatened every The 1927 Wimbledon finals were almost put off because of the rain, which threatened every moment. — Helen Wills Moody
Wimbledon's Sayings By Stefan Edberg: For me, and most of the other players, too, if you had to pick one For me, and most of the other players, too, if you had to pick one of the four Grand Slams, you would pick Wimbledon. It's got tradition, it's got atmosphere, and it's got mystique. — Stefan Edberg
Wimbledon's Sayings By Richard Krajicek: But, then, Sampras won Wimbledon six times and that automatically puts him among the greatest. But, then, Sampras won Wimbledon six times and that automatically puts him among the greatest. — Richard Krajicek
Wimbledon's Sayings By Evonne Goolagong Cawley: It's something I've always wanted - to be known as an Australian. When I was It's something I've always wanted - to be known as an Australian. When I was younger I was always referred to as an Aboriginal tennis player. Now I think the award means that I have been recognised as an entertainer and that makes me happy ... It's given me probably as big a kick as winning Wimbledon. — Evonne Goolagong Cawley
Wimbledon's Sayings By Alex Pettyfer: I want to have lots of bodyguards around me and be surrounded by beautiful women I want to have lots of bodyguards around me and be surrounded by beautiful women while watching my brother play at Wimbledon. — Alex Pettyfer
Wimbledon's Sayings By Argus Hamilton: Wimbledon attracted Bill Clinton to the gallery at Centre Court Tuesday at the All England Wimbledon attracted Bill Clinton to the gallery at Centre Court Tuesday at the All England Club. NBC cameras showed his head turning back and forth with each volley. Even at a tennis match, it looks like he's denying everything. — Argus Hamilton
Wimbledon's Sayings By Daniel Nestor: Wimbledon is the most prestigious tournament we have, and being able to win it with Wimbledon is the most prestigious tournament we have, and being able to win it with all the tradition, that's always been a dream of mine. — Daniel Nestor
Wimbledon's Sayings By Marat Safin: Wimbledon is not the tournament I love. I don't like how they treat the players. Wimbledon is not the tournament I love. I don't like how they treat the players. There are small things that don't cost them anything and they make such a big deal out of it. If they treat us this way, well, we have to treat them the same. We want to be respected, the way we respect Wimbledon, even if it is not the best Grand Slam on earth. — Marat Safin
Wimbledon's Sayings By Tomas Berdych: I think I can win a slam. That's my main goal, and if I could I think I can win a slam. That's my main goal, and if I could choose one, then yes, it would have to be Wimbledon. But, honestly, I would take any one of them. — Tomas Berdych
Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Murray: I understand how much everyone wanted to see a British winner at Wimbledon and I I understand how much everyone wanted to see a British winner at Wimbledon and I hope everyone enjoyed it. I worked so hard in that last game. It's the hardest few points I've had to play in my life. I don't know how I came through the final three points ... that last game ... my head was kind of everywhere. That last game will be the toughest game I'll play in my career, ever. — Andy Murray
Wimbledon's Sayings By A. J. Jacobs: It's hard to be in a bad mood when you're walking around looking like you're It's hard to be in a bad mood when you're walking around looking like you're about to play the semifinals at Wimbledon. — A. J. Jacobs
Wimbledon's Sayings By Nikolay Davydenko: Wimbledon is the world's most boring tournament. There's hardly anything to do apart from tennis. Wimbledon is the world's most boring tournament. There's hardly anything to do apart from tennis. You constantly find yourself yawning - there's no entertainment here. — Nikolay Davydenko
Wimbledon's Sayings By Sania Mirza: Everyone dreams of playing Wimbledon and winning it. I am glad this dream came true Everyone dreams of playing Wimbledon and winning it. I am glad this dream came true for me so fast in my career. It feels great after so many years of struggle. — Sania Mirza
Wimbledon's Sayings By Roger Federer: When I won in 2003, never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I When I won in 2003, never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would win Wimbledon and have my kids seeing me lift the trophy, so this is pretty surreal. And yeah, I was almost shocked in the moment that it all came together so nicely. — Roger Federer
Wimbledon's Sayings By Clive James: A traditional fixture at Wimbledon is the way the BBC TV commentary box fills up A traditional fixture at Wimbledon is the way the BBC TV commentary box fills up with British players eliminated in the early rounds. — Clive James
Wimbledon's Sayings By Richard Williams: Every few years, in the world of sport, someone ascends to the most rarefied of Every few years, in the world of sport, someone ascends to the most rarefied of all levels - the one at which it becomes news not when they win, but when they lose. It must have been like that in the early Fifties, when a tubby Italian called Alberto Ascari was stitching together nine Grand Prix wins in a row, a record not even Fangio, Clark or Senna could match. Or when the great Real Madrid side of Alfredo Di Stefano and Ferenc Puskas won the first five European Cup finals, between 1956 and 1960. Or when Martina Navratilova dominated Wimbledon's Centre Court, winning nine ladies' singles titles in thirteen years. The current Australian cricket team is in just such a run at present, having just completed nine consecutive victories, putting them four wins away from establishing an all-time record. And then there is Tiger Woods. — Richard Williams
Wimbledon's Sayings By Roger Federer: I feel a bit awkward playing in a red shirt out at Wimbledon. But I I feel a bit awkward playing in a red shirt out at Wimbledon. But I don't dislike it. — Roger Federer
Wimbledon's Sayings By Anna Wintour: I went to Wimbledon before I could walk. It's just been a lifelong passion. I went to Wimbledon before I could walk. It's just been a lifelong passion. — Anna Wintour
Wimbledon's Sayings By Rod Laver: I often surprise myself. You can't plan some shots that go in, not unless you're I often surprise myself. You can't plan some shots that go in, not unless you're on marijuana, and the only grass I'm partial to is Wimbledon's. — Rod Laver
Wimbledon's Sayings By Elena Vesnina: I think this is the biggest win in my career. To beat Venus in Wimbledon I think this is the biggest win in my career. To beat Venus in Wimbledon is just something amazing. — Elena Vesnina
Wimbledon's Sayings By Fred Perry: To its great credit, Wimbledon has been a leader in bringing about change and improvement To its great credit, Wimbledon has been a leader in bringing about change and improvement in the sport. — Fred Perry
Wimbledon's Sayings By Roger Federer: This year I guess I decided in the bigger matches to take it more to This year I guess I decided in the bigger matches to take it more to my opponent instead of waiting a bit more for the mistakes. Yeah, this is I guess how you want to win Wimbledon, is by going after your shots, believing you can do it, and that's what I was able to do today. — Roger Federer
Wimbledon's Sayings By Robert Graves: Nor had I any illusions about Algernon Charles Swinburne, who often used to stop my Nor had I any illusions about Algernon Charles Swinburne, who often used to stop my perambulator when he met it on Nurses' Walk, at the edge of Wimbledon Common, and pat me on the head and kiss me: he was an inveterate pram-stopper and patter and kisser. — Robert Graves
Wimbledon's Sayings By Peter Bodo: The public never appears to tire of endless courses of strawberries and cream, and the The public never appears to tire of endless courses of strawberries and cream, and the theory that you run the risk of boring people with endless photo montages of the Chelsea Pensioners in their dress reds, or close-ups of a Pimm's Cup sprouting all kinda of flora, has yet to be proven. People like Wimbledon in the same way they like blue jeans or even their own spouses: for the pleasure yielded by their reliable sameness. — Peter Bodo
Wimbledon's Sayings By Jimmy Connors: New Yorkers love it when you spill your guts out there. Spill your guts at New Yorkers love it when you spill your guts out there. Spill your guts at Wimbledon and they make you stop and clean it up. — Jimmy Connors
Wimbledon's Sayings By Ivan Lendl: Not winning at Wimbledon is not going to bother me forever. Not winning at Wimbledon is not going to bother me forever. — Ivan Lendl
Wimbledon's Sayings By Lleyton Hewitt: I'm an outside chance at Roland Garros but my focus is really on Wimbledon where I'm an outside chance at Roland Garros but my focus is really on Wimbledon where it is realistically between me and Roger Federer to win. — Lleyton Hewitt
Wimbledon's Sayings By Roger Federer: I don't need to come back to Wimbledon every year because I can't live without I don't need to come back to Wimbledon every year because I can't live without it. I'd be totally cool without tennis. — Roger Federer
Wimbledon's Sayings By Stefan Edberg: I'd won the Australian Open twice, but winning Wimbledon takes something special. I'd won the Australian Open twice, but winning Wimbledon takes something special. — Stefan Edberg
Wimbledon's Sayings By Marion Bartoli: To cry on court during a Wimbledon final, you must feel so lonely. To cry on court during a Wimbledon final, you must feel so lonely. — Marion Bartoli
Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Murray: When I lost the Wimbledon 2012 final, I didn't know if I'd ever win a When I lost the Wimbledon 2012 final, I didn't know if I'd ever win a slam. — Andy Murray
Wimbledon's Sayings By Goran Ivanisevic: I think I owe it to myself and my fans in Britain to play one I think I owe it to myself and my fans in Britain to play one more Wimbledon. — Goran Ivanisevic
Wimbledon's Sayings By Serena Williams: I can't become satisfied, because if I get satisfied, I'll be like, "Oh, I've won I can't become satisfied, because if I get satisfied, I'll be like, "Oh, I've won Wimbledon, I've won the U.S. Open. Now can I relax." But now people are really going to be fighting to beat me. — Serena Williams
Wimbledon's Sayings By Roger Federer: I am now the Wimbledon champion, and I think that gives me even more confidence I am now the Wimbledon champion, and I think that gives me even more confidence coming to the Olympics. And maybe in some ways, it maybe takes some pressure off the Olympics, because I already did win at Wimbledon this year. — Roger Federer
Wimbledon's Sayings By Rafael Nadal: The first point is always important, more so in a Wimbledon final The first point is always important, more so in a Wimbledon final — Rafael Nadal
Wimbledon's Sayings By Jimmy Connors: I think my greatest victory was every time I walked out there, I gave it I think my greatest victory was every time I walked out there, I gave it everything I had. I left everything out there. That's what I'm most proud of. I can't go win Wimbledon anymore, so if what I've done in the past is not good enough, let it go. Because I'm certainly not sitting around thinking about it. — Jimmy Connors
Wimbledon's Sayings By Kenny Cunningham: I enjoyed seven years at Wimbledon and there were high and low points. I enjoyed seven years at Wimbledon and there were high and low points. — Kenny Cunningham
Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Murray: Everybody always talks about the pressure of playing at Wimbledon, how tough it is, but Everybody always talks about the pressure of playing at Wimbledon, how tough it is, but the people watching make it so much easier to play. — Andy Murray
Wimbledon's Sayings By Pete Sampras: I loved Wimbledon and what it meant, but the surface felt uncomfortable. I just didn't I loved Wimbledon and what it meant, but the surface felt uncomfortable. I just didn't like it, I was a hard-court guy, a Californian kid. — Pete Sampras
Wimbledon's Sayings By Marin Cilic: The most special Slam is Wimbledon, of course. But where I feel the best is The most special Slam is Wimbledon, of course. But where I feel the best is Melbourne. And you're happy that you're playing. When you get to the middle of the season, everything is week after week, and it's all routine. But when it's Melbourne in January, you are fresh and you want to play. It's nice. — Marin Cilic
Wimbledon's Sayings By Gail Collins: Billy Jean King could not get credit when her husband was in law school and Billy Jean King could not get credit when her husband was in law school and she was winning the Wimbledon, because he had to sign the cards. You know, you had these cases in the '70s of women who were mayors who couldn't get credit unless their husbands signed for them. — Gail Collins
Wimbledon's Sayings By Samanth Subramanian: If Bengali cuisine were Wimbledon, the hilsa would always play on Centre Court. If Bengali cuisine were Wimbledon, the hilsa would always play on Centre Court. — Samanth Subramanian
Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Murray: Wimbledon, for me, is the most important tournament of the year, so you know there's Wimbledon, for me, is the most important tournament of the year, so you know there's always going to be people expecting me to do well. — Andy Murray
Wimbledon's Sayings By Andy Murray: There's two people I would say to try to go and watch who are probably There's two people I would say to try to go and watch who are probably the future of tennis. One girl called Taylor Townsend, she got a wildcard from the event into Wimbledon; she's an American girl. On the men's side, there's an Australian guy called Nick Kyrgios; he's 19, and he was the number one junior in the world. — Andy Murray
Wimbledon's Sayings By Diana Nyad: You don't simply tell someone to get out there and win the tennis match. You You don't simply tell someone to get out there and win the tennis match. You say 'move your feet' or 'watch the fuzz on the ball' to really get into the Zen of it. You pull all that together, and then you just might hold up the Wimbledon Plate ... It's not about winning first place but bringing every element of effort to whatever you do. — Diana Nyad
Wimbledon's Sayings By Mats Wilander: You can't be considered a great player unless you win Wimbledon. That's the way it You can't be considered a great player unless you win Wimbledon. That's the way it is. — Mats Wilander
Wimbledon's Sayings By Caitlin Moran: You've never potty-trained a toddler, have you, Johanna? It's like working as a ball boy You've never potty-trained a toddler, have you, Johanna? It's like working as a ball boy at Wimbledon, but with shit. And it goes on for months. With people crying at you. — Caitlin Moran