Best Grand Slam Quotes & Sayings In Life

These Grand Slam quotes will inspire you.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging Grand Slam quotes, Grand Slam sayings, and Grand Slam proverbs.

Famous Grand Slam Quotes

  1. “Especially the top players, they always try to set their own form, so to say, around the Grand Slams because that’s where they want to play their best.” Juan Martin del Potro
  2. “You always love playing in finals at any tournament. The grand slams and stuff like that are obviously the priorities but any titles go on your record.” Lleyton Hewitt
  3. “You never know how long Federer is going to play, but in my opinion he has at least one or two more grand slams to win. It depends how long he stays motivated. For me, he is the greatest player to ever play the game.” Bjorn Borg
  4. “When I was a kid, I was always dreaming to one day be the No. 1 player in the world, to win Grand Slams.” Angelique Kerber

  5. “Of course it’s tough to reach the number one place and also winning grand slams.” Angelique Kerber
  6. “I have to fit holidays around tournaments, particularly the grand slams, in Melbourne, Paris, London and New York.” Roger Federer
  7. “I don’t have a doubt that if I wanted to win Grand Slams, I would commit. I’d train two times a day. I’d go to the gym every day. I’d stretch. I’d do rehab. I’d eat right.” Nick Kyrgios
  8. “For me, I do better in Grand Slams. I like when there’s more people watching.” Naomi Osaka

  9. “For so long people have just taken what I do for granted. It is not easy to do year-in, year-out, to win Grand Slams and be No. 1.” Pete Sampras
  10. “To win Grand Slams you have to be in the right frame of mind, the right physical shape.” Jennifer Capriati
  11. “I’m not necessarily proud of the World Cups and the grand slams won or lost, the amount of points I scored, this record or that.” Jonny Wilkinson
  12. “I don’t need many things. I don’t need glamour and attention to be happy. I’m very happy being settled and working my butt off and trying to win grand slams.” Maria Sharapova

  13. “I know it’s not the most important thing for me to win the most Grand Slams and be remembered in this world. I certainly don’t have to win little tournaments here, there and everywhere, I don’t have to win at all. Although I do want to.” Venus Williams
  14. “It’s always difficult, especially the U.S. Open, the last of the Grand Slams. It’s always tough because you know, the season is very long. I really played a lot this year. Sometimes it’s really hard to stay focused all the time because you’re really tired after the whole season.” Agnieszka Radwanska
  15. “Tennis Australia really led the charge as far as upping the prize money and trying to do the right thing by the players. They also led the way so women have equal prize money in all the grand slams too.” Samantha Stosur
  16. “For me, and most of the other players, too, if you had to pick one of the four Grand Slams, you would pick Wimbledon. It’s got tradition, it’s got atmosphere, and it’s got mystique.” Stefan Edberg

  17. “I want to play my best tennis at the Grand Slams.” Sloane Stephens
  18. “Tennis players are very fortunate that unlike some disciplines of sport, in mega-sporting events like the Grand Slams, they have a huge platform to showcase their talents on the world stage once every few months.” Sania Mirza
  19. “I learned that you shouldn’t take your most esoteric concept and fit it into the largest space with the highest fixed costs. It puts too much pressure on the restaurant to hit grand slams every day when there just aren’t enough people who want to watch that sport.” Danny Meyer
  20. “Everybody believes they can win now. That’s why there are so many upsets in the Grand Slams.” Heather Watson

  21. “Kyrgios has got to look in the mirror if he wants to become a top player and win Grand Slams.” John McEnroe
  22. “My dream was always, when I was a little girl, to be number one and to win grand slams as the number one.” Caroline Wozniacki
  23. “I can remember watching Federer win Grand Slams on TV when I was a kid trying to put myself in his shoes.” Denis Shapovalov
  24. “My goal is to be No. 1 and to win Grand Slams.” Ana Ivanovic

  25. “I always come very motivated to the Grand Slams.” Garbine Muguruza
  26. “For us, the Grand Slams are very important. When the Grand Slams come, you’re thinking, ‘OK, this is the tournament.’ To lose there is disappointing.” Garbine Muguruza
  27. “If Leander Paes can be playing in Grand Slams at 44 and Narain Karthikeyan race at 40 and be so successful at it, I see no reason why I can’t play at 34. They are my motivation, as they have set targets and standards for people like us to achieve.” S. Sreesanth
  28. “For me, grand slams are something you dream about playing as a kid.” Naomi Osaka

  29. “Obviously it’s very hard for everybody to be successful in the Grand Slams, so that’s why some of the players, they lose, and they should not lose”. Karolina Pliskova
  30. “Of course it’s one of my goals to win another grand slam. Wimbledon was great – so if it’s Wimbledon again, that’s fine – but I think I have the game to win the other grand slams as well.” Petra Kvitova
  31. “I want to have better results at the Grand Slams, and of course, one day I want to be No. 1 in the world.” Petra Kvitova
  32. “I’ve tried to learn something from other players and how they are really focused on the Grand Slams. I couldn’t do that in the past.” Simona Halep

  33. “For me, every tournament is important, and I feel that if I don’t go into them with 100 per cent focus, I will not be ready for the Grand Slams.” Simona Halep
  34. “I’m pretty realistic. I cannot wish to be Chris Evert or Martina Navratilova because they won, like, a hundred Grand Slams.” Simona Halep
  35. “I really believe that I can be the No 1, but for that to happen, I probably need to win a couple of grand slams, and they are not going to fall from the sky.” Grigor Dimitrov
  36. “I’ve made two finals, and I’m up against guys who have won over 30 grand slams between them. But it’s been great for the sport. You have to figure it out. Wishing for something else is futile.” Kevin Anderson

  37. “When I was a little girl, I dreamt of winning grand slams and being No. 1 in the world. That dream stays the same as long as you’re doing the career that you’re on. I think it would be silly for that to change.” Johanna Konta
  38. “We have seen plenty of first-time semi-finalists go on and win grand slams.” Johanna Konta
  39. “I think when you’re younger and you’re watching people play on TV, you always say that you want to be at the French Open – you want to be playing Grand Slams. But then actually being there doing it, it kind of blows you away thinking, Wow, I actually used to think maybe I could do that one day, and now I’m actually doing it.” Madison Keys
  40. “Our biggest events are the Grand Slams and are always going to be the Grand Slams.” John Isner

  41. “I’m really lucky to have Lindsay Davenport as my coach. She was number one in the world, and she’s won Grand Slams, so if there’s any person who can help me get through, it’s her. Getting her advice is very special for me. Madison Keys It’s hard to win Grand Slams.” Frances Tiafoe
  42. “It’s Roger Federer – this guy has about a million Grand Slams and done everything.” Frances Tiafoe
  43. “To me, there are only a few tournaments that are important. The Grand Slams, Davis Cup, the Swedish Open; that’s about it.” Mats Wilander
  44. “No question, when you’re talking about Grand Slams, they’re the pinnacle of the game, and that’s what I want to be winning.” Tim Henman

  45. “Hopefully I can win grand slams in the future but until then I have to work very, very hard.” Bernard Tomic
  46. “I want to be remembered for as many tournaments as I can win and as many grand slams I can win.” Bernard Tomic

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