London: While the likes of Roger Federer and Andy Murray have failed to end Novak Djokovic's incredible form at Grand Slams lately, World No. 41 Sam Querrey on Sunday showed that the Serb was not invincible.
In one of the most stunning upsets in Wimbledon history, Querrey knocked out Djoker in a rain-interrupted match.
Here some of the facts you must know about Djokovic's shocking loss:
Querrey ended Novak's incredible run at the Wimbledon where he was seeking to claim his hat-trick of titles.
Querrey also brought an end to Nole's 30-match unbeaten streak at Grand Slams.
Querrey's serve proived to be the difference between the two players as the American hit 31 aces compared to Djokovic's 7.
The last time Novak Djokovic lost before the quarter-final of a Grand Slam was in 2009 French Open where he lost to Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber in third round.
At the All England Club, Djoker was unbeaten for 1091 days.