The Most Shocking Upsets in Australian Open History

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The Most Shocking Upsets in Australian Open History
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Sloane Stephens (left) and Serena Williams after their 2013 Australian Open match

Roberto Bautista Agut's second-round upset of No. 5 seed Juan Martin del Potro is probably the biggest surprise at this year's Australian Open so far. However, it does not rank among the most shocking upsets in Australian Open history.

Stunning results typically involve proven stars and an outcome that seemed almost unimaginable beforehand.

We picked out 13 of the most shocking upsets in Australian Open history. Most are based on results of a single match, but a few are based on accomplishments over the course of an entire tournament.

 

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