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Player Profile – Stan Wawrinka

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This is a player profile of Stan Wawrinka an emerging tennis player from Switzerland who stunned one of the biggest tennis stars at the 2014 Australian Open. Go through the entire article to know more about Stan Wawrinka.

Brief Information about Stan Wawrinka

Full Name: Stanislas Wawrinka

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Date of Birth: 28th March 1985

Place of Birth: Lausanne, Switzerland

Nationality: Switzerland

Residence: Saint-Barthelemy, Switzerland

Height: 6 ft 0in (1.83 m)

Professional Details about Stan Wawrinka

Turned Pro: in 2002

Style: Right-Handed

Coaches: Dimitri Zavialoff (2002-2010), Peter Lundgren (2010-2011) and Magnus Norman (Since 2013)

Highest ATP Ranking: No. 3 (First reached on 27th January 2014)

Stan Wawrinka’s Grand Slam Record (Singles)

Australian Open: Winner – 2014

French Open: QF – 2013

Wimbledon: QF – 2014

US Open: SF – 2013

Other Tournaments and Achievements

ATP Tour Finals: SF – 2013

Olympics: 2R (2008)

Stan Wawrinka’s Grand Slam Record (Doubles)

Australian Open: 3R – 2006, 2014

French Open: 3R – 2006, 2015

Wimbledon: 1R – 2006, 2007

US Open: 1R – 2005, 2016

Other Doubles Tournaments

Olympics – Gold Medal (2008 Beijing Olympics)

Early and Personal Life of Stan Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka’s origins are in the former country of Czechoslovakia as his paternal grandfather fled from that country to Germany first in 1946 and then settled in Switzerland. Stan was born to Wolfram and Isabelle Wawrinka. Stan Wawrinka’s father is a social worker and his mother is a teacher. Both of them run a farmhouse in Lausanne and they work for the mild to moderate intellectually deprived people. Stan Wawrinka has one elder brother Jonathan and two younger sisters, Djanaee and Nella. Wawrinka married Ilham Vuilloud who is a Swiss television presenter and a former model. Got married to Ilham Vuilloud, currently separated. The marriage lasted (2009-2015).

Professional Career of Stan Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka has won 7 ATP career titles, including a Grand Slam tournament. He has been a passionate tennis player and he left regular schooling at the age of 15 so that he can totally focus on his tennis. Wawrinka started playing junior events at the age of 14 and reached No. 7 in the junior rankings in 2003 just a year after he became a pro. Since then the progress of Stan Wawrinka has been steady but probably not satisfactory. In 2008 Wawrinka teamed up with his mentor and friend Roger Federer in the Olympics doubles and defeated Simon Aspelin and Thomas Johansson of Sweden in the finals of the Olympics in Beijing.

The major achievement came in the year 2014 when he started the season by defeating Edouard Roger-Vasselin in the Chennai Open in India and then came the Australian Open and Stanislas Wawrinka defeated Rafael Nadal in the finals by 6-3, 6-2, 3-6 and 6-3 and clinch is first-ever Grand Slam title.

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