Stanislas Wawrinka Ends Novak Djokovic’s Four Year Australian Open Winning Streak

Deploying a staggering arsenal of facial expressions that would make the Emoji spectrum blush for shame, Uniqlo’s favourite four-time defending Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic ended his twenty-five match winning streak at Melbourne Park last night in an incredible encounter with the middle child of Swiss tennis, Stanislas Wawrinka. 
The second seed – who boasted a 2-17 win-loss record against chill bro Wawrinka – fell in a five set (2-6, 6-4, 6-2, 3-6, 9-7) marathon of first class prowess that finished just shy of last year’s fourth-round, five hour, 22-game final set.

In the post-match interview with affable ginge, Jim Courier, Wawrinka won the day and Our Hearts alike with the following self-effacing display of heartwarming, #soblessed humble vibes: “I tried everything, he’s an amazing champion… I’m really, really, really, really happy. Last year I didn’t finish it and it was really tough. But this year I came back, it’s a new year and I was feeling really good.”

He’s scheduled to play seventh seed Tomas Berdych in Thursday’s semi-final.
Meanwhile, this is Novak’s life now:
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