French Open day 5: Who said what

Novak Djokovic swept to victory in his second-round match (Dimitar DILKOFF)
Novak Djokovic swept to victory in his second-round match (Dimitar DILKOFF)

Who said what on the fifth day of the French Open at Roland Garros on Thursday:

"I think she cannot complain, because I played Court 8 and 9 and you can hear everything. Like, I can hear Suzanne Lenglen, Philippe Chatrier, Court 6, 7 during the points."

-- Paula Badosa says Iga Swiatek, who scolded the crowd for making noise during points, should feel lucky to play all of her matches on the main courts

"It's not the best weather. I feel like going back to the hotel. Getting a blanket and hot tea, and Netflix!"

-- Aryna Sabalenka on her plans after her second-round win

"She's such an unbelievable competitor. She'll do anything to win out there. She'll put her teeth into everything. She's a true warrior. Just watching her play right now, it's really inspiring to watch.

-- Sebastian Korda on his sister Nelly, the women's top-ranked golfer. However, her bid for a seventh title in eight starts at this week's US Women's Open was derailed by a 10-over-par 80 in Thursday's opening round

"I have said everything before the tournament."

-- Alexander Zverev refuses to make further comment on his assault trial which begins in Berlin on Friday. He is accused of "briefly choking" his ex-girlfriend

"I would say the people, they come to have fun. That's for sure. Sometimes they just go for too much... You never know what they're going to -- if they're going to come with firecrackers."

-- David Goffin, whose complaints about crowd behaviour factored into the tournament's decision to ban alcohol in the stands

"Obviously it's thanks to the amazing Zinedine Zidane. My mom always thought that I was going to be a girl, so she didn't have any ultrasounds or anything. Suddenly I was born, and I was a boy. My dad was a football player, and everybody had a nickname, such as Belay or Maradona, and his nickname was actually Zizou. So my dad had this wonderful idea to call me Zizou.

-- Belgium's Zizou Bergs on the origin of his name

"I said this billion times, I think, but I will say it again. I don't know if we actually know what we have in our country. I mean, it's the best player in the world by far, the greatest player of all time is from our country."

-- Serbia's Olga Danilova on Novak Djokovic

"I start with (Marco) Asensio, and I continued with (Lucas) Hernandez, and I finished with (Goncalo) Ramos. I didn't take Kylian (Mbappe) today."

-- Paris-based home hope Chloe Paquet reveals her racquets are named after PSG footballers