One thing was certain before today's Wimbledon quarterfinal between Jerzy Janowicz and Lukasz Kubot: Poland would have its first ever men's Grand Slam semifinalist. Janowicz claimed the spot with a straight sets win over his fellow countryman, and his ensuing reaction is everything we love about sports.
Janowicz, playing in only his fifth Slam tournament, rode 30 aces to the win. Following match point, he embraced Kubot before swapping shirts with his opponent and collapsing into tears. He'll face either Fernando Verdasco or Andy Murray in the semi. [ESPN2]