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While you were sleeping: Day 14

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Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic became the first multiple-Slam winner of the Federer-Nadal era with Sunday's victory over Andy Murray in the Australian Open final. (AP)

Sunday's weather: Sunny, high of 100 degrees.

What Happened?

Djokovic blasts Murray for men's title. Novak Djokovic is a one-Slam wonder no more. The 23-year-old Serb cruised to a 6-4, 6-2, 6-3 victory over Andy Murray for his second Australian Open title. (Watch the extended highlights here.)

Nestor, Srebotnik win mixed doubles title. Earlier, Slovenia's Katarina Srebotnik and Canada's Daniel Nestor captured the mixed doubles title with a 6-3, 3-6, 10-7 win over Chan Yung-jan of Taiwan and Paul Hanley of Australia.

Oz Clicks

Tim Henman and Boris Becker with the Andy Murray post-mortem ... The Wall Street Journal on Australian Open ballkids ... Kim Clijsters' title was front-page news back in Belgium ... The calls for Murray to revamp his coaching team have begun ... Video of Clijsters' photo shoot with the Aussie Open trophy at Brighton Beach ... Li Na says motherhood would end her career.

Photo of the Day

Djokovic celebrates with friends and family in the players' locker room (from SI.com's Best Shots from Day 14 at the Australian Open).

Go Figure

12 ... Number of Grand Slam appearances between Djokovic's first and second major titles, tying Gustavo Kuerten for second-most all time. Marat Safin holds the record (14).

0 ... Number of players in history who lost their first three Grand Slam finals in straight sets prior to Murray's defeat on Sunday. He also lost the 2008 U.S. Open and 2010 Australian Open finals in three.

75 ... Years since a British man won a Grand Slam singles title.

Must-See Video

An incredible 39-shot rally from Sunday's men's final.

They Said It

"I'll try and keep it together this year."

--Andy Murray, who broke down in tears after last year's Aussie Open final loss to Federer