Steffi Graf thinks it is time for 42-year-old Kimiko Date-Krumm to quit the tennis circuit and start making babies.
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"When I see Steffi (Graf), she says to me, ' you should stop now and make the baby'."
Japan's Kimiko Date-Krumm, 42, continues to defy her age, becoming the oldest player in history to win through to the third round of the Australian Open.
"It probably was a bit of a choke. You make an error and you tighten up … crazy things pop into your head."
Sam Stosur comes to terms with her shock second-round exit, after blowing two match points and leading 5-2 in the final set.
"Just performed a nightfeed that Frank Spencer would be proud of. Mobile crashed down & woke baby, dropped dirty nappy on carpet, spilt milk."
In promising news for the Aussies ahead of the Ashes, fatherhood seems to have turned off-spinner Graeme Swann into a fumble-fingers.
"Myself and the whole team were mesmerised and riveted by some of his answers."
Oprah Winfrey on her interview with Lance Armstong where he finally admitted to doping.
"I don't really want that to happen. I've got a big job at the moment captaining this club."
Melbourne Storm captain Cameron Smith doesn't want to think about becoming a captain-coach if Craig Bellamy decides to take a job with St George-Illawarra.
"This story was coming out. There was too much online chatter about it."
One of American college football's story of 2012 where Notre Dame linebacker Menti Te'o managed an outstanding season despite the death of his girlfriend with leukaemia was revealed as nothing but a hoax. The team's athletic director Jack Swarbrick said the truth was always going to come to the surface.
"It should not have happened and I regret it. It was harmless but not the right thing to do."
Leading jockey Craig Newitt was this week fined $400 for kicking a horse in the stomach.
"I hope Archie realises how special it is to know that at Melbourne Victory he will never be forgotten."
Melbourne Victory coach Ange Postecoglou lauds star striker Archie Thompson's contribution to the club since the inception of the A-League.
"When you see the bloke's name on (his) jumper, you follow him."
GWS coach Kevin Sheedy is leading a push for AFL guernseys to have player's names on the back above the numbers.
"The whole (drugs) situation was a complete regret."
Former professional golfer Wayne Perske will make his tournament comeback two years after enduring a harrowing stint in a Japanese prison on drug charges.
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