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Wawrinka started playing international junior events at age 14 and entered the satellite circuit the following year. In 2003 he had his first steps on the tour and ended the year as the world No. On 11 July, at Gstaad, Stan progressed into his first ever career final, in doubles, with Marc Rosset as his partner.
He compiled an outstanding junior career, winning the Junior French Open in 2003 and reaching as high as No. The Swiss pair lost in the final to Leander Paes and David Rikl.
Wawrinka considers clay his best and favorite surface and his serve and backhand his best shots.
John Mc Enroe once said that Wawrinka has one of the most powerful backhands ever, and in 2009 described him as having "the best one-handed backhand in the game." Prior to the 2014 French Open, he requested and the ATP granted a formal change in his name from "Stanislas Wawrinka" to "Stan Wawrinka", stating that he plans to use the abbreviated name in tournament draws and press conferences.
After the French Open, Wawrinka had his first Wimbledon experience but lost in the first round to Fabrice Santoro, in four sets.
1 player in the final on all three occasions, reaching the final of the 2017 French Open, winning an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title at the Monte-Carlo Masters in 2014, and reaching three other finals at 2008 Rome, 2013 Madrid and 2017 Indian Wells.
He is sometimes considered as part of the newly-established "Big Five", an expansion of the Big Four, which already consists of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.
By reaching the final of the Masters Series event in Rome, Wawrinka entered the top 10 for the first time.
He lost in the final to Novak Djokovic, despite taking the opening set.
In the Olympics, Wawrinka teamed with Roger Federer in men's doubles.