Mirza and Mattek caused quite a stir in the ladies' doubles
"He played very good and he beat me. Maybe another day we can speak about the injuries."
Rafael Nadal refuses to use his dodgy knee as an excuse after losing to Spanish compatriot David Ferrer.
"I think she played better. I think she made a lot of lucky shots and I made a lot of errors."
Serena Williams has a couple of theories about why she lost to Justine Henin.
"I really don't feel like talking about it. I don't want to get fined. That's the only reason I came. I can't afford the fines because I keep losing."
Serena does her best to stop talking.
"New York is crazy. It's always cool to do something here. It's just keeping up with what the crowd likes. People are so vocal about it. Some love it or hate it. If they love or hate it,
they'll come see it. I think it helps tennis."
American Bethanie Mattek on her latest 'outrageous' outfit, a leopardskin number.
"She can do what the hell she wants. It really doesn't matter to me. I can do what I want for that matter."
Mattek's doubles partner Sania Mirza has her say.
"Very special. She was even more sexy than ever today."
Chan Yung, who teamed up with Chuang Chia-Jung to beat Mirza and Mattek, proves it takes all sorts.
"I was going to have a French nanny kind of look. That one was put aside."
Mattek proves that there are limits even to her fashion taste.
"When you're the oldest guy in the draw you get a lot of support from the crowd."
Carlos Moya is still going at the venerable old age of, er, 31.
"Now it's getting a little bit more popular because now they were showing this match, so it's nice."
Ernests Gulbis on the tennis fever he is prompting back home in Latvia.