Stan Wawrinka defied the odds to win his first French Open title after the Swiss recorded a shock four-set victory over world number one Novak Djokovic.
Djokovic was the overwhelming favourite to record his 29th consecutive win and complete a career Grand Slam at Roland Garros, but Wawrinka produced a scintillating display to defeat the Serb 4-6 6-4 6-3 6-4.
The victory is only Wawrinka's second in 18 meetings against Djokovic and means the world number nine now has a second grand slam title to add to his success at the Australian Open in 2014.
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Stan Wawrinka will try to prove all the doubters wrong when he plays world number one Novak Djokovic in today's French Open final.
Wawrinka has never been this far in Paris, but Djokovic is aiming to make his own piece of history by becoming only the fifth man to win a career grand slam.
It remains to be seen quite how much the prolonged five sets semi-final victory over Andy Murray, which spilled into Saturday afternoon, has taken out of the Serbian star.
Wawrinka had already sealed his spot in the final before the start of Djokovic's titanic battle with Murray began late on Friday afternoon.
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Serena Williams won a third French Open title and her 20th grand slam after she beat Lucie Safarova in three sets to be crowned champion at Roland Garros.
Williams had been hampered by illness in the lead-up to the Paris showpiece but the world number one showed her mettle to hold off a late Safarova fightback and win 6-3 6-7 (2/7) 6-2.
Andy Murray's hopes of winning a third gram slam title were crushed again by Novak Djokovic after the world number one held off a gutsy fightback from the Scot to book his place in the French Open final.