As a warm up before today, some classics from Wimbledon 2003 (courtesy of your favourite Polish TV
- Again he tore off the head of his rival (Hewitt).
- Karlovic doesn't move very fast on court. I'd say: with old English lady's dignity.
- We could seriously wonder from where has this person been taken at all (Karlovic)
- Sportsman of the paper weight category (Hewitt)
- Lleyton "come on" Hewitt
- When I see him hesitating (Karlovic) in front of the net, my back skin creeps
- It must be his brother or another kind of a cousin (about the little boy feeling happy about the game won by Ivo)
- Because ladies and gentlemen, grass is a living surface...
- You all should know one of the most important people in England is a GAR - DE - NER.
- This cyclop his cruel.
- Looks like he's enjoying a little nap (Hewitt)
- This break worked for him as the cut of the whip.
- This tennis basketball player, this player-tourist, this tennis meat to beat, a target for Mario Ancic (guess about whom)
- I was talking about Federer... I thought it was a crocodile... hmmm... Could the camera come closer? No it wasn't.
- It was a gift from Koubek. These two countries share the boarder, that's why.
- I called him vice-Rafter (Federer in 2003).
- He could take a breath. Hopefully, not too deep.
- I must confess, I am not a specialist in meteorology. But I prefer strawberries with cream than rain in Wimbledon.
- Maybe our spectators would want to taste some strawberries with cream, with knowledge they are much cheaper in Poland, and hopefully equally tasty.
- (totally out of the sudden, about Coria): That Argentinian that we liked so much and commented his matches, how was he called... he has a brilliant soft wrist, he could be a great grass court player.
- Federer doesn't have a killer instinct on court.
- Do you know why? Because he's a good soul.
- Well behaved, you mean?
- No, I didn't say that. Just a good soul.
- Hmm, this athletic player is thinking, it's not a boom-boom.
- Koubek showed some discreet doubts. Wow, even not so discreet.