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Sloane Stephens shocks Serena Williams at Australian Open 2013

For the first time in her career, Serena Williams lost to a younger American women's player as Sloane Stephens pulled off the upset to advance to the semifinals in Melbourne.

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Murray beats Federer in Aussie semifinal

It took five sets, but Andy Murray was able to outlast Roger Federer to win the players' 2013 Australian Open semifinal and advance to face Novak Djokovic in the final.

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Can Sloane Stephens pull off back-to-back upsets?

Just 24 hours after her upset win over Serena Williams, Sloane Stephens returns to face No. 1 Victoria Azarenka in the semifinals.

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What Sloane Stephens means

The 19-year-old from Florida turns funk to fire and takes out a hobbling Serena Williams to become the first American not named Williams to reach the semis of a slam since Lindsay Davenport in 2005.

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VIDEO: Sloane stuns Serena

A new leading lady for the Americans? Sloane Stephens might just be her.

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SERENA SMASH

Serena Williams is out of the Aussie Open, and so is her racket.

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