Who said what at Wimbledon -- Day 5

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Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray said the positive he could take out of his Wimbledon campaign which ended on Friday was he avoided getting injured despite three tough matches

Who said what at Wimbledon on Friday, the fifth day of the 2021 tournament at the All England Club:

"I got through a week of a Slam without getting injured so that is a positive."

-- Injury-cursed two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray on the upside of his campaign after he lost in straight sets in the third round to Canada's Denis Shapovalov.

"I spent a lot of time with wolves -- this is wolf energy. I'm not kidding."

-- Novak Djokovic on where his immense hunger for success comes from.

"I try to joke with a lot of players. I hope they don't take my jokes badly. But I try to be fun."

-- Tunisian trailblazer Ons Jabeur about enjoying life on and off the court after she became the first woman player from her country to reach the Last 16 at Wimbledon.

"I just don't want to bother him basically."

-- Iga Swiatek on her reluctance to ask Andy Murray for a practice session after a friendly Twitter exchange during the French Open.

"I enjoy it like never else. Can I say 'never'? Nowhere else. Can I say like that?"

-- Womens second seed Aryna Sabalenka when asked what she thought of Wimbledon after reaching the fourth round.

"I think half the time she was just laughing at my accent."

-- Nick Kyrgios on playing with Venus Williams in the mixed doubles. The chemistry worked as they won their first round match.


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