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Last Updated: Thursday, 29 January, 2004, 06:30 GMT
Quotes of the day
Kim Clijsters

Andre Agassi could be bidding farewell to Melbourne Park after his defeat.

"It's a great win... to beat Andre like this, he's a hell of a player. This is one of my greatest wins" Marat Safin pays tribute to the achievements of Agassi

Mentally, I'm a little bit tired. I mean, tomorrow I'm definitely not going to play tennis Safin makes a vow not to pick up a racket on Friday.

"Well, I feel great"
Fabiola Zuluaga's immediate reaction after losing in straight sets to Justine Henin-Hardenne.

"I'll party, for sure. Yeah, with my boyfriend and a few friends, for sure we're going out to celebrate this"
Zuluaga reveals her plans for the US$232,266 cheque she picks up.

"I've won all my matches in straight sets so physically I'm feeling fine"
Henin-Hardenne lets Clijsters know that she is ready for the final.

"I can't make it any worse, so I'll just keep giving it a shot"
Kim Clijsters is less sure of her physical well-being as her ankle continues to cause problems.

"It's incredible for a country as small as Belgium"
Clijsters comes to terms with the third all-Belgian final in the last four Grand Slams.

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