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US Open quotes - day four

Roger Federer
Federer has made an impressive start to the tournament

"I got a sense for how the court speed is again. I got the sense of the crowd and the wind now as well. I played one night, one day. I have all the answers after two matches."
Roger Federer does not appear to be lacking in confidence as he chases a sixth US Open title.

"I can't remember the last time I did that, but it feels good."
Top seed Caroline Wozniacki after double-bagelling Chinese Taipei's Kai-Chen Chang in just 47 minutes.

"It's like playing against a wall. She is a very consistent player. She doesn't give you any points or mistakes. Yeah, she is a wall."
Chang describes the experience of being Wozniackied.

"It would be so amazing if I got to play on Arthur Ashe Stadium."
American qualifier Beatrice Capra drops the schedulers a major hint after beating 18th seed Aravane Rezai.

"Melanie is such an inspiration to me. Last year I watched every match of hers."
Capra hopes to emulate last year's accomplishments of compatriot Melanie Oudin, who reached the quarter-finals.

"You kind of look over in the changeover and see the guy has got the ice towel around his neck and he's probably not feeling that well. That's why you put in the work."
The new, leaner Mardy Fish feels his new fitness regime is paying dividends following his win over Pablo Cuevas.

"Can I please talk about myself? Guys, I'm tired. I just played a three hour match."
Jelena Jankovic has had enough questions about fellow Serb Janko Tipsarevic.

"I have no idea. No idea really."
Arnaud Clement is asked how marriage affects male tennis players.



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see also
US Open quotes - day three
02 Sep 10 |  Tennis
US Open quotes - day two
01 Sep 10 |  Tennis
US Open quotes - day one
31 Aug 10 |  Tennis
Order of play
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