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Last Updated: Monday, 4 June 2007, 15:24 GMT 16:24 UK
French Open day nine quotes
Jonas Bjorkman
Bjorkman lost to Carlos Moya in the fourth round on Monday

"The next morning, it can be tough to get the socks on."
Jonas Bjorkman on the downside of playing top-level tennis at the age of 35

"I haven't come here with the goal of winning the tournament."
Novak Djokovic must be getting worried now he's into the last eight

"In general, he can improve on a lot of things."
Djokovic assesses world number one and 10-times Grand Slam winner Roger Federer

"I don't think he learned anything from me. And if he did, he did it much better than me so..."
Carlos Moya on fellow Spaniard Rafael Nadal

"I can tell you if I step on the court, it won't be a foregone conclusion. I will enjoy playing Centre Court against Rafa."
Moya with a message for fellow Mallorcan Nadal

"I'm happy to see him in the quarter-finals but I hope he stops there."
Nadal on Moya

"On clay, there's no doubt Nadal has the best forehand to set up points on this surface."
Lleyton Hewitt rates Nadal's forehand as the best on clay

"Federer has the best forehand on every surface. I don't think I have the best forehand of the tournament. I don't have a special big shot. I have a good backhand, good forehand - well, a better forehand."
Nadal isn't so sure

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