He Said/She Said: BNP Paribas Open Week 1 Quotebook

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By Richard Osborn
BNPParibasOpen.com culls the best quotes from Week 1 in Indian Wells.
“Once you taste the sweet honey, you want more of that.” — 2016 Roland Garros champ Garbine Muguruza 
“I have weeks where I basically feel like a 98-year-old woman. You know, I just eat, sleep, and hit a few balls and that's it.” — Caroline Wozniacki, 26 
“It just hasn't quite happened for me.” — Andy Murray, whose struggles at the BNP Paribas Open continued in a second-round loss to 129th-ranked qualifier Vasek Pospisil
“He's pretty swaggery.” — American upstart Kayla Day, 17, on her father, Andrew


“I almost started crying. It's just so great to be back.” — Madison Keys, who returned to the court after a four-month injury layoff 
“There’s one Jelena on the court, one Jelena off the court. It’s like my twin sister who goes through — God knows which mood she goes through. That’s the way it is. When I compete, I’ve got to get feisty. I cannot be too nice. My coach calls me ‘Hulk.’ That’s me sometimes.” — Jelena Jankovic
“Maybe I'm going to put them in frames and keep them somewhere. I don't know. It may be slightly weird to have yourself up on the walls.” — Caroline Wozniacki, who recently appeared in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, on what she does with all her photos
“I still feel like I’m on Cloud Nine." — Roger Federer, reflecting on his record 18th Grand Slam title in Melbourne
“I think it’s something that’s going be part of the history of our sport.” — Rafael Nadal reflecting on his epic five-set clash with Roger Federer in the Australian Open final
“Nothing's really changed at all for me.” — 19-year-old Taylor Fritz, who was married last year and recently became a father
“I guess I’m one of the wolves going up now — and I’m hungry.” — Novak Djokovic, who last year in Indian Wells said, “I heard a nice metaphor yesterday about the wolf running up the hill being much hungrier than the wolf standing on top of the hill.”
“I don't pay too much attention necessarily to the media that much. No offense.” — Johanna Konta