Stan Wawrinka & Grand Slams
Stanislas Wawrinka (born 28 March 1985) is a Swiss professional tennis player. He also holds German citizenship as his father is German. Grand Slams per at Bat, also known as G-SPAB, is a baseball statistic that measures how often a batter hits a Grand Slam per time at bat. /5
Stan Wawrinka: 39-5 against unseeded opponents in Grand Slams since start of 2011. 1 of those losses... Donald Young at …
If Rafael Nadal beats Stan Wawrinka on Sunday he will become the first man to win all four Grand Slams twice in the Open era.
It's the big one - Federer v Nadal (30 Grand Slams between them), for the right to play Stan Wawrinka in the Final. An all Swiss Final is what I'm hoping for.
Reaching the semifinals in his first appearance in London crowns an unbelievable year for Stan Wawrinka. 12 months ago, he was 27 and ranked 17 in the world - tennis fans knew he had huge talent, but surely his shot at glory had gone. But in 2013 he reached a Masters 1000 final and played two of the best matches we saw at Grand Slams all year, both against Novak Djokovic - one in the US Open semi-final. Just goes to show it's never too late! And, unlike Tipsarevic last year - Stan doesn't look like being a one-season wonder. If anything, he's got the game to achieve even more in 2014, with a top 5 world ranking and a Grand Slam title in sight! So congratulations to Stan!
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