The world No.1 is broken after an intense, thrilling rally - 30 shots rally fans - on game point. The world No.1 slashes a forehand for 40-30 and Stan Wawrinka nets to see him hold. There are wide eyes from Novak Djokovic as he sees a break point chance loom large.The Serbian fans wave flags in the crowd and chant "Nole, Nole!The Chatrier stands rock to the rhythm of "Nole, Nole! Stan Wawrinka hits long and wide and when he misses a volley for 30-40, the world No.1 pounces on the break chance as the Swiss goes long on the backhand.Stan Wawrinka goes over to Novak Djokovic, who is still in his seat, and the pair have another hug and a quick word. The Swiss sealing a 4-6 6-4 6-3 6-4 win with his trademark backhand. The Swiss sends the ball long for 30-30 but he conjures a brilliant passing shot to bring up a break point. It's see-sawing between Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka.The world No.1 recovers one with a volley danced across the net and he stretches for another at the net to snuff out the danger for deuce.Women's singles - Serena Williams Men's singles - Stan Wawrinka Women's doubles - Lucie Safarova and Bethanie Mattek-Sands Men's doubles - Marcelo Melo and Ivan Dodig Mixed doubles - Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Mike Bryan Boys singles - Tommy Paul Girls singles - Paula Badosa Gibert Here's a bit more from Stan Wawrinka: "I've changed my approach when I go deep in a tournament. Maybe someone will ask Stan Wawrinka in his upcoming media conference, which is on the 30-year-old's to-do list after his second Slam triumph. We might think that tennis stars play just for fun but it's also a job - although it's a pretty cool 9-5 habit.A big serve takes him to advantage and an angled backhand down the line sees him hang tough.The winner of the men's trophy will earn 1.8m euros with the runner-up taking home 900,000 euros. It feels like I'm the only player who wants to win this trophy and nobody wants to win it as much as I do; this is completely untrue. That's all can I say." There's still a lovely bubbly atmosphere around Roland-Garros but the Court Philippe-Chatrier stands are almost empty now, the red clay is being raked after its final pounding and all that remains are for a few final snaps for the memory box.Djokovic flies a defensive lob long - twice - and Wawrinka holds.That's a second Grand Slam title for Wawrinka, to add to the Australian Open title he won in 2014. The world No.1 glides into the net on the serve-and-volley to save break point. The Swiss misses a forehand for 0-30 and bundles the ball into the net at 0-40." It's a long ovation and Djokovic breaks into tears. Wawrinka goes to the players box and greets his team, including coach Magnus Norman, his parents and friends. Novak Djokovic sends a drop-shot wide at 15-15 and Stan Wawrinka flicks a backhand down the line for 15-30.He's won both his titles as the eighth seed, beating the World No.1 and No.2 en route. But Djokovic cannot get to the service return for another break point... Wawrinka saves one break point with good hands at the net, another with a backhand winner and the third and final one with an ace.There's lots of love for Stan Wawrinka - our new French Open champion - on social media. French Tennis Federation president Jean Gachassin presents Novak Djokovic with his runners-up plate.
Well, it's time to dust the red clay off our keyboard at Blog HQ and say salut until next year. Thank you for joining us for every backhand, bounce and banana break. It was 24 minutes past six on a beautiful Parisian evening when the moment came...She won the mixed doubles title with Mike Bryan and the women's doubles with Lucie Safarova. "I don't think it's completely soaked in until I get my champagne in my trophy." Well... All the respect to Stan, he's a big champion."Gustavo Kuerten hands over the Coupe des Mousquetaires to Stan Wawrinka, who holds it aloft. The 30-year-old smiles and closes his eyes when the Swiss national anthem is played for the podium celebrations.Stan Wawrinka is too hot to handle as he showers Novak Djokovic with some big hitting for 15-40."Today I went out on the court knowing I'm close, but across the net there was also player that wanted to win and he had a match to lose. American Bethanie Mattek-Sands goes home with two title in her luggage. I would like to continue to fight for the trophy next year.Read Roland-Garros reporter Kate Battersby's feature on the moment Stan Wawrinka knew he could win the French Open title. As I told you earlier, I'm not as good as the big four but I'm quite good enough to win two Grand Slam tournaments. I want to beat them, that's all." "I'm still surprised with the way I played, as I think I played amazing today," Stan Wawrinka tells the media "I was really nervous but I was also going for my shots. I'm proud of winning against Novak, he's such a tough player. We're really good friends and we practice almost every week."What do you do first when you've just won a first French Open title?