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   Saturday, 25 January, 2003, 12:26 GMT
What did you say?
I think in order to win four Grand Slams in a row, you have to be pretty serious.
Serena Williams is in no doubt that she deserves to be recognised as a fully-fledged Grand Slam champion.

The first thing I'll do is go to McDonalds. I want my cheeseburger with French fries and a soda.
Venus Williams' response to losing her fourth consecutive Grand Slam final to sister Serena.

I thought maybe I could do something like this before the end of my career but I've done it after two years - that's unbelievable to me.
Michael Llodra on winning the men's doubles title with Fabrice Santoro.

Whoever we play, they seem to play the match of their lives.
Mark Knowles cannot believe it as he and Daniel Nestor lose their sixth Grand Slam final.

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