America's Serena Williams in action against Poland's Caroline Wozniacki in the Women's Tennis Quarter-Final at the London 2012 Summer Olympics on August 02, 2012 in Wimbledon, London. UPI/Hugo Philpott
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Serena Williams was not expecting to be stunned by teenager, Sloane Stephens during yesterday's Australian Open quarter finals. In fact, the 15-time Grand Slam winner got so frustrated during the game, that at one point she smashed her racket on the ground and broke it.
The 19-year-old ousted Williams in three sets (3-6, 7-5, 6-4) in a nearly two-hour-long game. This is the first time Williams loses a match at a Grand Slam tournament since the 2012 French Open, which might explain the outburst in which she destroyed her racket.
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