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QUOTES OF THE WEEK

"I'm pretty much the female version of Jason Bourne"

Here's a round up of some of the wittiest, slyest, most interesting quotes from last week in sport, featuring a tennis player with a lot of passports at the Aussie Open.

Update:
MEL046 MELBOURNE (AUSTRALIA) 28/01/2016.- La tenista británica Johanna Konta devuelve la bola a la alemana Angelique Kerber durante el partido de semifinales que enfrentó a ambas en el Abierto de Australia que se celebra en Melbourne (Australia) hoy, 28 d
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"The wolf running up the mountain is a lot hungrier than the wolf on top of the hill." - Novak Djokovic on his plans to stay top of tennis after winning a sixth Australian Open.

"I'm ready for anything now -- even the wedding with 'Petko'."

- Germany's Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber hears wedding bells after Fed Cup team-mate Andrea Petkovic wrote: "Angelique, you're crazy! I want to marry you!" on Twitter following Kerber's victory in Melbourne.

"Daley Blind's goal? You have to sniff it and he sniffed it."

- Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal on his Dutch compatriot's goal in the 3-1 FA Cup win over Derby County.

"I think it was inappropriate and disrespectful, and has the effect of trivialising one of the biggest issues facing cricket at the moment."

- New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White criticising the Wellington ground announcer who played cash register sounds when Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir played in the ODI last weekend. Amir has returned to international cricket after serving a five-year ban for spot-fixing.

"I've not played a competitive game since I left Manchester City 14 years ago so it'll be quite interesting to see how it goes. I think the adrenaline will get me through it."

- Former England defender Stuart Pearce coming out of retirement at 53 to help non-league outfit Longford Town, dubbed the 'worst team in England'.

"I'm pretty much the female version of Jason Bourne."

- Britain's Australian Open semi-finalist Johanna Konta reckons having three passports -- British, Australian and Hungarian -- could make her an ideal spy.

"I'm not sure he'd give his mother one point while he was playing."

- Men's ATP tennis tour boss Chris Kermode on the absurdity of Lleyton Hewitt's name being linked to unusual betting patterns.

"It's odd playing a semi-final in January but not the final until April. It's another anomaly of the calendar but at least Luiz should be able to play."

- Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc critical of the French League Cup schedule but, with tongue-in-cheek, relieved that injured defender David Luiz will be able to play.

"If he was a computer, he had a couple of viruses earlier on but he's had a pretty good reboot"

- Andrew Castle employing IT speak on Eurosport when discussing Roger Federer in Thursday's Australian Open semi-final.

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