Djokovic perfects his Sharapova impersonation at Melbourne Park
"Don't ask me for any impersonations. I don't want to offend anybody because some people tell me, 'Don't do it, some people don't accept it as fun'."
Novak Djokovic, just before mimicking his friend Maria Sharapova by pulling up his shorts and preening himself on the Rod Laver Arena
"She doesn't mind, she's OK with it. As I was saying, I wasn't really trying to, you know, make fun of anybody or offend anybody."
The fun-loving Djokovic has upset a few people with his impersonations before, but not this time
"Collywobbles? Football team gets that, mate."
Lleyton Hewitt is briefly baffled by some English terminology
"You can't control these things, it can happen to anyone."
Sixth seed Anna Chakvetadze, trying to brush off being tied up by armed thieves during a robbery at her home in Moscow last month
"I think it's pretty cool. I'm improving and improving. I'm alive, so I think it was good."
Marat Safin on his first experience of snowboarding
"I don't congratulate opponents after such matches. But I wished him luck for the season."
Roger Federer shows some respect after demolishing Diego Hartfield
"I don't care about my profile, I care about my game."
Second seed Svetlana Kuznetsova seems keen not to follow the lead of her compatriot Anna Kournikova - wonder why?
"If you get, 'this girl said this, that one said that'... I'm over it. You know, whatever. If they want say something they come to my face and say it to me."
Kuznetsova comes over a bit teenager on us
"I loved 50 Cent, but now I like everything, like T-Pain, Chris Brown, 'Lil Wayne, so many names."
Kuznetsova on her music tastes