In the latest collection of our favourite quotes of the week, Novak Djokovic acts all humble, Michael Clarke figures out the key to winning a Test match, and Ally McCoist welcomes Charles Green back to Rangers.
"Everything was working in my game. It was close to perfection."
We would all like to write our own reviews, Novak Djokovic...
"I let Saints down because I wasn't there when they needed me. That will always hang over me."
Northampton Saints hooker Dylan Hartley reflects on his sending-off in the Aviva Premiership final
"We are going to keep trying to take 20 wickets for the fewest runs possible - and that's how you win a Test match."
By jove, it seems Australia captain Michael Clarke has finally got it!
"To suggest I cheat by covering my bat with silicone infuriates me. Such horrible lies"
An angry Kevin Pietersen reacts to Australian media claims he put silica tape on his bat to try to fool Hot Spot
"We won't play him to death, we will try and get him right and get the best bang for our buck."
New Leinster boss Matt O'Connor vows to manage veteran centre Brian O'Driscoll's game time
"His contempt and total lack of respect for my players, for our football club, for our support and Scottish football in general is appalling."
Rangers manager Ally McCoist welcomes former chief executive Charles Green back to the club
"Is it going to take someone getting stabbed before we wake up and smell the coffee?"
Blackpool manager Paul Ince fumes after a pitch invasion during his side's match at Blackpool
"We only need ten balls to win the Ashes."
Australian bowler Peter Siddle looks at the positives of rain delays at Old Trafford for the fifth day of the third Test
"Toby is important to growing our business on and off the field and shows our commitment to becoming the best region in Wales."
Dragons' chairman Martyn Hazell on Toby Faletau's decision to re-sign with the Welsh region
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