Tennis star's girlfriend steals the show during Aus Open match

Milos Raonic pulled off a thrilling victory over Stan Wawrinka on Thursday, and his girlfriend experienced ever emotion under the sun.

Canadian 16th seed Raonic – Nick Kyrgios’ conqueror in the first round – prevailed in four sets against the Swiss star, with every set going to a tiebreaker.

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The four-hour epic had fans losing their minds, including Raonic’s girlfriend.

Camille Ringoir, a Belgian model, was riding every high and low as he man battled it out on the court.

Ringoir rode a rollercoaster of emotions. Image: Channel Nine

She went through a rollercoaster of emotions across four crazy hours, with TV cameras capturing her hilarious reaction on match point.

As you can see below, Ringoir started with an insanely steely look on her face as Raonic was about to serve for the match.

That turned to wide-eyed horror as Wawrinka threatened to ruin it all, before absolute jubilation as Raonic sealed the win.

‘Four hours passed by in 15 minutes’

Raonic was either one or two points from dropping each of the sets he eventually grabbed on the way to edging Wawrinka.

The Canadian hit 39 aces in the marathon thriller that was also delayed by rain.

Wawrinka, the 2014 champion and three-time grand slam winner, was two points away from taking the second set.

He also held three set points in the third, and was two points away from forcing a fifth while ahead 5-4 in what would turn out to be the last tiebreaker.

“That is hard to describe – it feels like four hours passed by in 15 minutes,” said Raonic.

Milos Raonic and Stan Wawrinka embrace at the net. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

“In the heat of the battle, the adrenaline takes over.

“You try to do everything you can each and every point.

“I was very fortunate to stay alive in that fourth set.

“I am thankful that it was indoors. I do a little bit better indoors than I do outdoors … thank you for raining.”

Raonic’s third-round opponent will be Frenchman Pierre-Hugues Herbert, who equalled his best grand slam result by upsetting last year’s surprise semi-finalist Hyeon Chung.

with agencies