Australian Open: The 10 Biggest Men's Upsets of the Last Decade

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Australian Open: The 10 Biggest Men's Upsets of the Last Decade
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As a rule, the major upsets take place in Melbourne. 

The Australian Open is the first major of the season and, as a result, there tends to more major upsets, as players are often rusty at the start of a new season. 

Remember when Rafael Nadal defeated Roger Federer in the 2009 final after playing for over five hours in his semifinal match in 2009?

What about when Roger Federer lost to Marat Safin in the semifinals in 2005?

Does anyone remember 2002? When the top two seeds fell in the first round and the top four seeds were out by the second round?

Ahead you will find the 10 biggest upsets in men's singles at the Australian Open in the last decade. 

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