W – Wawrinka
Stanislas Wawrinka may never forget the 2015 tennis season. He had his fair share of ups and downs as he was unable to retain his Australian Open title but regained his confidence as he won the French Open where he won his 2nd Grand Slam title defeating Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. Apart from this, he also won the Chennai Open and Japan Open.
X – Xavi
Regarded highly for his game-play and team ethos, Xavi has played an invaluable role in shaping the modern football story. This year was different for Xavi for an obvious reason. Having played for FC Barcelona for 26 long years, the midfielder bid goodbye to the club and advanced on an endeavour that he saw fit. He signed for Al Sadd, a Qatari club.
After accumulating a staggering collection of silverware with both club and country, Xavi Hernandez will begin a new era in his life. The playmaker will go down as arguably the greatest ever Spanish footballer.