Serena is still hoping to revive her acting career
"A couple times in my career. Not too many."
Serena Williams ponders whether she has ever played her best tennis.
"It's the time of year I start looking at scripts again. So there are a couple things hopefully pending that I can shoot."
Serena says she has not given up on her acting career.
"That was so last millennium. It's kind of a kid thing."
Venus Williams says she won't be bringing her beaded hair back any time soon.
"Maybe after my career I will think to be in NBA. I love the NBA. I love the show they give. Maybe in tennis sometime it's too stiff, like some guys wants to keep the emotion. Me, I'm not like this. Like, my culture is to be very fun and enjoy the life."
Gael Monfils plans a new career after tennis.
"Any spinach or organic materials?"
A journalist wonders what the secret is to Andy Murray's growing biceps.
Murray shoots down the spinach theory.
"This morning I just woke up, had some eggs, and then came over here. I stretched, warmed up, put a grip on a racquet."
Sam Querrey talks us through his pre-match routine.
"The main thing from that match I remember, I was playing at 2pm and I knew ESPN went on the air at 3pm. I wanted to make it to 3pm to get some ESPN time, which I did."
Querrey recalls the last time he played his fourth-round opponent Rafael Nadal.
"I like the TV time, you know."
Querrey is motivated by more than just winning.
"I have sponsor with Kia, so I drive very good Kia."
Nadal proves to be the sponsor's dream as he is asked what car he drives.
"I only broke one. I just broke it a couple times just for... just to be thorough."
Andy Roddick defends himself after smashing a racquet during his win over Ernests Gulbis in the early hours of Saturday.