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Both the men’s and women’s draws of the Australian Open are now without the top seeds, as Novak Djokovic fell to number eight Stanislaw Wawrinka in an epic five set match (2-6, 6-4, 6-2, 3-6, 9-7). Highlights after the jump.
Yes, we’re aware that this picture looks like the two danced on some weird transgendered Carnival float, but we can assure you, what they did was far more emasculating. They played one-on-one soccer. Ya. Video after the jump.
Djokovic has won three straight tournaments, and 17 straight matches, since getting engaged in late September.
This list is otherwise known as: “9 Photos Of Jelena Ristic That Will Make You Wonder What Took Novak So Freaking Long To Put A Ring On It.”
Andy Murray Becomes First Male Scot-Britton-Thingy To Win Wimbledon In 10,000 Years, Wonders Around Centre Court Thanking People (VIDEO)
It’s actually been 77 years, but after 20 nobody counts anymore — they just complain. Congratulations to an awesome guy from an awesome place to win an awesome tournament, awesomely. Match point after the jump.
Maria Sharapova, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Other Tennis Stars Put Lots Of Item In Bag, Forget Them, Autograph Bag, Fight AIDS
While you were sleeping, the men’s final of the Australian Open was being played. Find out who won, plus we go around the NBA.