In what was one of the biggest upsets in Australian Open history, Serena Williams lost to American Teenager Sloane Stephens.
Despite being a set up and a break up, Serena Williams managed to lose the match. After hurting her back in the second set, Williams never looked the same as the American teenager Stephens took full advantage.
"Everyone at this stage in the locker room has something wrong with them. It's no excuse," Williams said. "I went for this drop shot and it just locked up on me. I couldn't really rotate after that."
"It was a little painful, but it's OK."
The 19-year old American kept her composure during the whole match and won fairly convincing in the end. After the match she said she got a lot of text messages from family and friends.
"I was hoping she [her mother] had texted me right away. I thought maybe she was texting me during the match," Stephens said. "I'm sure my grandparents are like freaking out."
Stephens became the first American player younger than Williams to actually beat her in a match. It will be the first Grand Slam semifinal appearance for the Florida native.
Next up she plays defending champion Victoria Azarenka for a place in the finals.