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Tuesday, 4 July 2017 20:15 PM BST
Tuesday's Quotes of the Day
Interview room soundbites from Federer, Djokovic, Vandeweghe and more READ MORE

Highlights from the interview rooms on Day 2 of The Championships...

Novak Djokovic says he and Roger Federer formulated a plan after both went through quicker than expected due to retirements:
"We had a little joke about it in the locker room, saying we should maybe play a practice set on the Centre Court."

Roger Federer gives his side of the story:
"When I walked up, the chairman said, 'You guys should go and play for another set and a half.' I said, 'Yeah, let me go try to find Novak.'"

CoCo Vandeweghe describes coach Pat Cash's influence:
"He's introduced me to a lot of '80s rock bands. I keep having to remind him I was born in '91."

Grigor Dimitrov after hitting with Romeo Beckham:
"A very talented kid. I think he hasn't played tennis for that long, but he sure showed I think a lot of potential."

Mischa Zverev on serve-and-volley tennis:
"You have to flip a coin 200 times a day and hopefully you win the majority of those coin tosses. To me, that's how it is when you serve and volley because you never know what's going to happen."

Milos Raonic on whether his headband is a permanent fixture:
"I'm going to keep you guessing. You'll actually have to watch my matches."

He's introduced me to a lot of '80s rock bands

- CoCo Vandeweghe

Roger Federer on life away from tennis:
"The moment I will leave this room, I will get in the car to go home, I'm in a different place. I'm family, I'm a husband, I'm a dad."

Sloane Stephens pokes fun at US TV analyst Paul Annacone's social media skills:
"No idea what's going on (smiling). Come on, Paul. Get with it. He's like, 'How do I look on Instagram?' I'm like, 'Oh, God.'"

Arsenal fan James Ward on the beneifts of being injured:
"I went to every game last season, which was nice. That was the only plus of not being able to play."

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