Sania Mirza believes the controversies that have plagued her career have been a blessing because they have made her grow up. "I just think they've made me grow up a lot more, but I don't think they've left any scars," said Mirza. "I think it's all been an experience, some good, some bad. But I've come through it and that's the most important thing.”
"Today I'm here, and I think there's nothing more I want to ask for, just to be healthy. And yeah, stay out of controversies! That's happening. But I think it's all been an experience, and, as funny as that sounds, I've enjoyed everything."
Rethink Locker room lockout, says Nadal
Rafael Nadal has demanded a Wimbledon rethink over the latest controversial initiative aimed at battling the danger of corruption in tennis. "My coach (and uncle) Toni comes into the locker room," said the Spaniard.
"But sometimes I have problems. It's a little bit strange this rule, no? The tournament has to change. In my humble opinion, the tournament has to change it.”
‘I may have triggered betting scandal’
Nikolay Davydenko said an on-court conversation with his wife Irina may have accidentally triggered the betting scandal which has plagued him since last year. "I spoke on the centre court with my wife in Russian (and) maybe it's possible, I say something (like), 'I don't want to play or I can retire'," Davydenko said after losing on Tuesday.