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Melbourne : Australia | Jan 23, 2012 at 1:16 AM PST
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Most famous tennis star who is Five-time champion Serena Williams crashed to one of her most horrifying ever grand slam defeats and Japan's Kei Nishikori astonished Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on a day of chief shocks at the Australian Open on Monday.



As Andy Murray reached the quarter-finals with negligible commotion, little-known Russian Ekaterina Makarova handed out one of the Open's immense upsets when the world figure 56 strike out-of-sorts Williams 6-2, 6-3.



Williams, who has been under pressure with an ankle wound and admitted she was "not 100 percent", was broken five times and sent down seven double-faults to end her 17-match captivating band in Melbourne, stretching back to 2009.

This is the historical ever worst defeat of her.

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