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Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams celebrated seasons of epic proportions, claiming six of eight Grand Slam titles in a march to greatness dented only by two players producing once-in-a-lifetime performances.Djokovic ended 2015 with 11 titles, 82 wins and just six defeats in a haul which included three of the four majors – the Australian and U.S. Opens and Wimbledon.Djokovic won six of the nine Masters and topped it off with a fourth successive end-of-season World Tour Finals triumph in London.Roger Federer, who hasn't added to his 17 majors since 2012 Wimbledon, continued to defy the critics.Williams was looking to complete the calendar Grand Slam and win a 22nd major.Williams was still the standout player of 2015, winning five titles in all, including the Australian and French Opens and Wimbledon.
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