Maria Sharapova on her 2004 Wimbledon win
14:07"I haven't seen it in a while. Sometimes I do get the chance to watch if I feel like I need to and sometimes my fans make videos...But I don't intentionally look up those videos too much, I don't feel like I have enough time for that! When I was injured a bit I watched a lot of those videos, that really inspired me to get back."
Hold up. WE HAVE AN INTRUDER! Novak Djokovic has popped back into the room. The cheeky Serb wants to know what Sharapova made of he and Grigor Dimitrov's impressions of her at the Boodles exhibition tournament the other day. She doesn't seem impressed... "I don't do any of those things any more by the way. You need a new 'me'," she tells Djokovic. "You're starting to look a bit like Roddick when you're imitating me."
Her exact words:Blair Henley @BlairHenley 5m
Maria says she's sad about what Serena supposedly said about her. Said we should talk about Serena's relationship and the fact that her boyfriend (Mouratoglou) was married, now getting a divorce, and has kids. #whoa
last update on Maria's PC by the Wimbledon live blog
14:19 Sharapova says she loves everything about Wimbledon - even the weather. Currently 17C and cloudy. Weather forecast for Monday: partly cloudy, no sign of rain... That can't be right, can it?
There was a long pause during the Serena thing they didn't know how to handle that
This is probably the PC of the year between Novak interrupting and then that... hope we see a video.
Steve Tignor @SteveTignor 4m
Djokovic drops in on Sharapova's presser, discusses his imitations of her. "I don't stick my a-- out anymore," she tells him.
So she also swore in her PC What's happening to this woman?
Oh boy Maria. As much as I am amused with her comments, I sooo did not see that coming from her I partly wish she took the high road and didn't comment, but I can't help kind of liking this outburst Although I don't even want to imagine what will be unleashed from that Wilson racquet the next time she plays Serena
MARIA SHARAPOVA, Career Slam Champion
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