1. Stan Wawrinka is a self-proclaimed "big fan" of the Lausanne HC, his hometown ice hockey team.
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2. Stan Wawrinka has a tattoo on his left forearm in italic script that quotes the Irish writer Samuel Beckett in English: "Ever tried.
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3. Stan Wawrinka appeared in the 2015 ESPN body issue, posing nude in athletic poses.
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12. Stan Wawrinka made his return to the tour at the 2018 Australian Open, where he lost in the second round to Tennys Sandgren in straight sets.
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17. Stan Wawrinka reached the semifinals, losing to No 5 Kei Nishikori in straight sets.
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22. Stan Wawrinka had a disappointing loss to good friend Benoit Paire.
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23. Stan Wawrinka started his season at the Chennai Open where he was the two-time defending champion and 1st seed.
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24. Stan Wawrinka eventually advanced to the finals, where he beat Benoit Paire in straight sets and won his fourth title of the season.
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26. Stan Wawrinka reached the quarterfinals of Wimbledon, the furthest he had ever reached, matching his result from last year, but was ousted by Richard Gasquet in a five-set thriller, despite being up two sets to one.
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30. Stan Wawrinka reached his fifth Grand Slam quarterfinal from the last seven tournaments, defeating Tommy Robredo in four sets in the fourth round, having survived set points in the third-set tiebreaker.
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33. Stan Wawrinka was seeded fifth for Wimbledon due to the tournament's seeding process being a combination of world ranking and recent grass court form, meaning Wawrinka was seeded lower than No 5 Andy Murray and No 4 Roger Federer as they had won the title the previous two seasons.
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34. Stan Wawrinka defeated David Ferrer in the semifinals to become one of the few players to reach the finals of all 3 Masters tournament on clay.
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35. At the Monte-Carlo Masters, Stan Wawrinka crushed Marin Cilic in the second round, losing only two games in the process.
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38. Stan Wawrinka began his ninth season on the ATP World Tour with a win at the Chennai Open in India, winning this tournament for the second time in his career, defeating Edouard Roger-Vasselin in the final in straight sets.
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39. Stan Wawrinka advanced in second place to the semifinals, where he met Novak Djokovic and lost to him for the fourth time that year.
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45. Stan Wawrinka lost a gruelling five-set thriller against Novak Djokovic which lasted just over five hours, finally losing in the 22nd game of the fifth set.
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46. At the US Open, Stan Wawrinka reached the fourth round, but was forced to retire in his match against second seed Novak Djokovic due to illness.
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47. Stan Wawrinka made the semifinals of the Masters 1000 event in Cincinnati, before he was defeated by Federer, the eventual champion.
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48. Stan Wawrinka teamed with Roger Federer again in doubles at the Olympics, but they were eliminated in the second round.
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49. Stan Wawrinka was the flag bearer of Switzerland during the Summer Olympics Parade of Nations.
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52. Stan Wawrinka came back from two sets and a break down to defeat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the third round of the French Open, before being defeated by Federer once more.
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53. Stan Wawrinka advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2011 Australian Open, after defeating Andy Roddick in three sets to set up an all-Swiss quarterfinal with Roger Federer, which he lost in straight sets.
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54. Stan Wawrinka beat Xavier Malisse in the final in three sets.
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57. Stan Wawrinka defeated Kevin Anderson, before losing to Mikhail Youzhny in the third round.
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60. Stan Wawrinka played in the Davis Cup tie with Italy and won in his first match against Andreas Seppi in straight sets.
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61. Stan Wawrinka lost to Nikolay Davydenko in the third round in four sets.
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63. At the Monte-Carlo Masters, Stan Wawrinka defeated No 2 Roger Federer in straight sets, an upset which halted the chance of a fourth straight Nadal-Federer final in Monte Carlo.
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65. Stan Wawrinka reached the fourth round of the US Open, where British player Andy Murray defeated him in straight sets.
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67. At the US Open, Stan Wawrinka defeated Rajeev Ram and Mariano Puerta in five sets before losing in the third round to Nicolas Massu.
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69. Stan Wawrinka had his Grand Slam debut at the French Open.
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71. Stan Wawrinka compiled an outstanding junior career, winning the Junior French Open in 2003 and reaching as high as No 7 in the junior world rankings in June 2003.
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72. Stan Wawrinka played in the longest doubles match in history at the 2013 Davis Cup, in a tie against the Czech Republic, partnering with Marco Chiudinelli.
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