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Sabine Lisicki at the 2016 US Open Full name Sabine Katharina Lisicki Country sports Residence , , U. Born 1989-09-22 22 September 1989 age 28 , Germany Height 1. In March 2010, she suffered an ankle injury at the that kept her out of competition for five months and saw her fall out of the top 200. Lisicki rebounded in 2011 and won the before entering the as a and going on to reach the semifinals, where she lost to. In doing so she became only the second woman in history to make it to the semifinals while entering the tournament as a wildcard. She followed that two months later by winning her third WTA tournament, the. In 2012, she achieved her highest career world ranking, 12th, and again reached the quarterfinals of. Again, in 2012 she suffered from another ankle injury that prevented her from having better results on tour. Lisicki reached the final of the , losing to. The following year, she reached another quarterfinal at the and won her first title in three years when she won the. In doubles, Lisicki won the in with and in with and the with coach. She also reached the doubles final at Wimbledon in with Stosur and came fourth in the event at the with. Between 2014 and 2018 Lisicki held the world record for the by a female tennis player. She also held the record for the , hitting 27 aces during her second-round encounter against at the , until it was surpassed by at the. Lisicki's parents emigrated to West Germany from Poland in 1979; her father, Dr. Richard Lisicki, is of German and Polish descent and her mother, Elisabeth, of Polish. Her father, who introduced her to the sport at the age of seven, has a doctorate in sport science and is her coach. Her mother is a painter specialising in ceramics. Early years Since 2004, Lisicki has trained at the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy in , where she is sponsored and managed by. She is coached by her father, who studied sport science in and. Early in her career, Lisicki could not fly to tournaments because of a lack of funding. She had to be driven across Europe in a car by her parents so that she could attend tournaments. That's what I appreciated so much. My dad has worked from 8 in the morning til 9 in the evening to make it possible so I can play tennis. We had to cancel tournaments because we couldn't afford to go there. She competed in her first WTA main-draw match when she was given a wildcard to play in the. She lost in the first round to , in three sets. Lisicki had a successful year in 2007 on the ITF circuit and climbed from world No. She won two titles, one in and the other in. She defeated top-seed on 2 August 2007 at the. She lost her third round match to. In the first round of the against the , Lisicki defeated in straight sets. Lisicki next reached the fourth round of the Miami , a event, where she defeated sixth seeded in straight sets, but was defeated in the next round by. At the , Lisicki lost in the first round to the 2007 runner-up, 11th seed. In October, Lisicki reached her first WTA final at the Tashkent Open, where she lost in three sets to fellow teenager of Romania. At the , Lisicki defeated the 30th seed in the opening round before losing to in straight sets. She then took part in 's 3—2 win over in their tie, defeating but losing to. At the in , Lisicki reached the semifinals, defeating third seed on the way before losing to eventual winner. Lisicki then took part in the first tournament of the year in North America. At the in , she lost in the first round to. At the in Miami, she lost in the second round to 26th seed. Lisicki at the 2009 Toray Pan Pacific Open During the clay-court season, Lisicki lost in the second round of the in to eventual finalist and fifth seed. On the green clay at the in , Lisicki won her first WTA Tour title without dropping a set, defeating the 5th seed in the final. She had previously defeated 2nd seeded in the third round and number 6 seed in the semifinals. She then took part in Germany's win against. She defeated world No. Lisicki advanced to the second round of the in before losing to third-seeded in straight sets. She then advanced to the quarterfinals at the in Portugal where she lost to compatriot , retiring when 6—2 down. At the , Lisicki lost to in the first round. On her first match on grass at the , Lisicki lost to Samantha Stosur in the first round. In doubles, Lisicki and her partner lost in the first round to and. Lisicki played her first quarterfinal at , where she was beaten by world No. To reach the quarterfinal, she had defeated in the first round, in the second, the champion and fifth seed in the third round, and ninth seed in the fourth. Seeded 23rd, Lisicki advanced to the second round at the 2009 US Open, but lost to qualifier Anastasia Rodionova. She left the court in a wheelchair as Rodionova advanced to the third round. Lisicki later reported that an MRI showed no tears. Lisicki returned to the tour at the at the end of September, where she reached the second round, but lost in three sets to seventh seed. In October, Lisicki reached the final of the , but lost to of Switzerland. On her way to the final she beat , , and. Lisicki qualified for the. She lost her first round-robin match to , but won her second round-robin match against. She won her singles ties against and but lost to. Partnering with , they lost all their doubles matches, so Germany did not proceed to the finals. Lisicki at the 2010 US Open Lisicki then travelled to Melbourne to compete in the where she was the 21st seed. However, she was defeated in the second round by in three sets. Her first tournament after the Australian Open was the in where she was the second seed. However, she lost her second round match to home player. She then went to to compete in the. She lost her second round match against. Her next two tournaments were at and. In both tournaments, Lisicki retired in the second round because of an ankle injury. The injury sidelined her for five months, and she withdrew from tournaments at and. She also missed and. Lisicki had to learn how to walk again and faced suggestions that she should retire rather than risk further injury. No matter what happened. I can still remember when the doctor told me that I have to be on crutches the next six weeks. That period made me such a much stronger person and player. I know anything is possible after learning how to walk again. I love the sport so much and I miss it when I cannot be out there on the court. It just gives me the belief to overcome anything. After the , Lisicki failed to qualify for the causing her ranking to fall to No. She lost to in three sets in the second round. In the , Lisicki played the qualifying tournament and lost in the second round to. After losing at the to in the qualifying rounds in March, Lisicki fell down the world rankings to No. She lifted her form and reached the third round at the , where she was defeated by. Lisicki at the 2011 Wimbledon Championships At the , Lisicki reached the third round, but lost to in two sets. At the , Lisicki lost in the quarterfinals against her compatriot , eventual champion of the tournament. In doubles, Lisicki partnered with former world No. At the , Lisicki advanced to the second round against the number three seed,. Lisicki had a match point at 5—2 of the third set, but she lost the point and eventually the match. Afterwards, she lay on the court, sobbing, and was taken off on a stretcher due to injury. At the , Lisicki reached the final where she defeated to win her second WTA Tour title. At the , she received a wildcard to enter the tournament, advancing to the semifinals of a major for the first time, and beating third seed and recent French Open champion in the second round. She was eliminated by Maria Sharapova in straight sets after leading the first set 3—0. This was the first time in 12 years that a German woman since reached the Wimbledon finals in 1999 had reached the semifinal stage of a Grand Slam. Lisicki was the second wild-card entry to reach the women's semifinals in Wimbledon history. In doubles, Lisicki partnered with Samantha Stosur and lost in the final. At the , Lisicki beat fourth seed and doubles partner Samantha Stosur and fifth seed , but fell to in the semifinals. At Lisicki lost to in the first round. Lisicki then traveled to Dallas to compete in the inaugural as the 5th seed. After advancing to the semifinals with an easy win over qualifier , she crushed 8th seed to advance to the final. Lisicki won her third title, defeating qualifier , having dropped no more than three games each match of the way to her victory. She moved to a new career-high rank of world No. Seeded 22nd at the , she easily advanced to the second round with a straight-sets win over. She was scheduled to play in the second round, but Williams withdrew before it started due to her recent diagnosis of. Lisicki dispatched to advance to the fourth round for the first time, before ultimately being defeated by second seed. At the Lisicki defeated in straight sets but withdrew from her second round match against. Lisicki was named the WTA comeback player of the year in November. In the first round, she defeated. In the second round, she defeated. In the quarterfinal, she faced , the semifinalist, and was losing 4—6, before retiring, due to a back injury, in the second set at a score of 3—4. In doubles, she entered with Chinese player and they won their first round match against and. Both the Italians would go on to the in four weeks time. In the second round, they pulled out due to the injury picked up by Lisicki in the quarterfinal of the singles tournament against Angelique Kerber. Lisicki next entered the where she was unseeded. Before the first round of the tournament began, she pulled out with her recent back injury and gave her place to lucky loser. Lisicki next competed in the Australian Open where she was the 14th seed. In the first round, she faced and beat her in three sets. In the second round, she defeated. In the third round, she beat 18th seed. She was defeated by Russian. Lisicki took the first set, winning six consecutive games after being down 0—3, but was unable to match Sharapova in the following two sets. At the , Lisicki played for Germany alongside , and Angelique Kerber. She started off the meeting between and the by facing , a match in which she lost. In her second match, she faced champion and also lost. Germany lost the meeting by a score of 1—4. Lisicki at the 2012 BNP Paribas Open Lisicki's next tournament was supposed to be the where she was to be the fifth seed. She pulled out before the tournament began with a viral illness. Lisicki then competed in the where she was the ninth seed. In the first round she met compatriot Angelique Kerber and lost in three sets to continue a losing streak dating back to the fourth round of the Australian Open. In doubles, she was the fourth seed along with Russian. They received a bye into the second round where they met and , beating them in a third set tie-break. In the third round they met fifth seeds and. They lost the first set 4—6, and in the second set, Llagostera Vives and Rodionova took an early 3—1 lead, but Lisicki and Kirilenko were able to even the score by winning the following two games. The two teams swapped a break of serve to bring the score to 4—4. The teams held serve and brought the set to a tiebreak. Lisicki and Kirilenko won 7—3 to level the score at one set each. They lost the third set, and with it, ultimately, the match. Lisicki's next tournament was at , where she was supposed to face fifth seed Agnieszka Radwańska in the first round. However, after second seed withdrew, she became the ninth seed and received Kvitová's bye into the second round. There she met , defeating her in two sets. In the quarterfinals she was knocked out by Poland's Radwańska. Lisicki's next competition was the tournament, where she was the eleventh seed. She received a bye into the second round, where she faced Spaniard , losing in two sets. In doubles, she competed with compatriot Julia Görges. They beat Americans and. The two Germans next faced Czech pair and champions and , losing in straight sets. Lisicki next went to the , where she was the 12th seed. She got a bye to the second round where she faced. Victorious, she then faced in the third round. She won this match too and then faced Li Na in the fourth round. Li defeated Lisicki in three sets. At the , Lisicki was the sixth seed. She received a bye into the second round. There she faced , winning in three. She faced qualifier in the third round and won in straight sets. In the quarterfinals, she faced. Behind 1—4 to her opponent, Lisicki fell and injured her left ankle. She retired from the match in tears, sending Serena into the semis. In doubles, she paired with champion. They lost to top seeds and. As a result of the fall in her quarterfinal match, Lisicki was forced to the sideline at the tie against. She was also forced to pull out of the , from which she was defending a quarterfinal spot in singles and the doubles title which she won with Sam Stosur. Lisicki also missed the , a tournament. After nearly a month off the tour, Lisicki returned as the 12th seed in the. She faced in the first round, where she lost. Traveling next to her home country for the , where she was the top seed, Lisicki again experienced a first round upset, losing to. Lisicki then traveled to Paris to play the second Grand Slam of the year, the , where she was the 12th seed. On the red clay of , Lisicki lost to American. Lisicki knocked out former world No. As the second seed she received a bye into the second round, where she lost to. This set Lisicki up with a five-match losing streak going into the. In the first round she beat unseeded , breaking her losing streak and putting her into the second round, where she faced Serbian qualifier. Lisicki won the match in three sets to set up a third round tie with , where she again faced a tight match, pulling through in the third set. In the fourth round she beat top seed Maria Sharapova, to whom she had lost in the semifinals the previous year. This marked the third year that Lisicki had beaten the reigning French Open champion in Wimbledon, having also beaten Li Na in and in. In the subsequent quarterfinals, Lisicki once again met fellow German. Having lost the previous four meetings, Lisicki proceeded to lose the first set 3—6. Lisicki rallied in the second set to take it in a tiebreak; in this second set Lisicki saved two match points. At one point Lisicki was serving for the match at 5—3, but Kerber went on the take the third set, and the match, dropping Lisicki back down to a world ranking of 18. Lisicki entered the as the fifth seed but pulled out with an abdominal injury. She went straight back to London to prepare for the. She entered where she was seeded fifteenth, the with Angelique Kerber where they were seeded fifth and the with where they were unseeded. In the singles, she beat and in the first and second rounds respectively. She lost to Maria Sharapova in the third round despite winning the first set and leading 4—2 in the second. In doubles, Lisicki and Kerber beat British pair and in the first round after losing the first set whilst taking only eleven points and going 4—2 down in the second set. In the second round they lost to and. In mixed doubles, Lisicki and Kas beat second seeds and in the first round, and and in the quarterfinals. In the semifinals, they lost to and. In the bronze medal match, they lost to third seeds and. Lisicki moved on to the in Montreal. She was fifteenth seed in singles falling in her opening match to. In doubles she made it to the quarterfinals, partnering with. They beat sixth seeds and and and in the first and second rounds respectively. They were forced to pull out of the competition against top seeds Lisa Raymond and as a result of Lisicki suffering an abdominal injury. Lisicki entered the as the 16th seed, but she was upset in the first round by Romania's. In doubles, Lisicki again partnered with Peng Shuai. They beat Laura Robson and in the first round, twelfth seeds and in the second and sixth seeds and in the third. They lost to eventual finalists and in the quarterfinals. Lisicki's next tournament was in Japan at the. In singles, she started with a first round loss against British qualifier Heather Watson. In doubles, she partnered with world No. They faced and , both of whom had recently lost in WTA doubles finals. Lisicki and Raymond won the match and defeated and in the quarterfinals. Lisicki next participated at the , but she was defeated in the second round by the eventual champion. She next moved to where she lost in the first round to. Lisicki finished her season losing in the first round of the to of Belgium. She beat in the first round. She lost in the second round to world No. She pulled out of the qualifying draw at with a virus. Lisicki then competed in the. In the first round she faced Caroline Wozniacki and was defeated. She also competed in the with. They were knocked out in the first round by the home favorites and eventual champions, and. Lisicki and Husarova during the 2013 French Open Lisicki then moved onto the. In the first round she beat fellow German. She downed in the second round and came back from a set down in the quarterfinals to beat. In her first semifinal since 2011, she beat. In the final, she faced , but lost in three sets. Her next tournament was in. As the third seed, she beat qualifier in the first round and in the second. In the quarterfinal, she beat eighth seed and beat seventh seed in the semifinal. In Lisicki's second final of the year, she faced from New Zealand. Erakovic ran away with the first set and Lisicki retired from the final with illness. This was Erakovic's first WTA title. Lisicki missed the with the same illness. She returned in time to play at the in Miami but lost in the first round to of Romania. Lisicki started her clay court season on the green clay at the in Charleston. Lisicki claimed the title here in. In the first round she recorded her first ever double bagel not losing any games in beating of Georgia. In the second round, she lost from a set up against. Her next tournament was on the red clay in , Poland. As the seventh seed, she lost in the first round to of Romania. She then travelled to Stuttgart for Germany's tie against. Angelique Kerber and were picked for singles against and. After the four singles matches, the score was tied at two all. Lisicki was picked to play the doubles rubber with against and. The German pairing easily won to secure its place in the 2014 Fed Cup World Group. Lisicki stayed in Stuttgart to compete in the. In , she beat qualifier Italian. In the second round, she beat Serbian. She lost in the quarterfinals to American qualifier. In , she and compatriot Mona Barthel received a wildcard to play in the main draw. They were scheduled to play world number ones Vinci and Errani but they pulled out before the tournament began. Instead, they were drawn against alternates and. Lisicki and Barthel easily won, with the loss of just two games. They then faced Jelena Janković and , a match in which they won in three sets. In the semifinals, the German pairing faced Darija Jurak and , defeating them in straight sets. In the final, Lisicki got revenge for her singles loss by beating Mattek-Sands and her partner. This was Lisicki's second WTA doubles title, the first coming in Stuttgart in. Lisicki and Barthel became the first all-German pairing to lift the trophy in Stuttgart. Lisicki at the 2013 French Open Lisicki continued her clay season in. In the first round, she beat of Sweden. In the second round, she defeated fifteenth seed. In the third round she played world No. Sharapova ultimately won in straight sets, with Lisicki putting up a fight in the second set. From Madrid, Lisicki went to Rome to play at the. In the first round, she defeated American qualifier , but lost to eighth seed in the second round. Lisicki then went to Paris for the second of the year. In , she was the 32nd seed. She defeated Sofia Arvidsson in the first round and pulled off a straight sets win against Spaniard in the second round, reaching the third round of the French Open for the first time in her career. There she was defeated by fifth seed and defending finalist Sara Errani. In , Lisicki partnered with Slovak. They came from a set down to beat and in the first round. In the second round, they upset fifteenth seeds of Taipei and Darija Jurak of Croatia. They faced defending Champions Errani and Vinci in the third round, losing in straight sets. Lisicki started her grass court season by playing in the. As the fifth seed, she received a bye into the second round where she defeated. In the third round, she beat Mirjana Lučić-Baroni. She lost to in the quarterfinals. Lisicki was unhappy and wanted the umpire to make a hindrance call, which would have given her the point and put her 30—0 up. The umpire did not agree with her and neither did the tournament referee. Riske took the point and broke Lisicki to win the match. At the , Lisicki was seeded 23rd. She beat in the first round, in the second round and 14th seed Samantha Stosur in the third round. In the fourth round she faced first seed and reigning Wimbledon, US Open, and French Open champion Serena Williams. Lisicki won in three sets, marking the fourth time in her last four participations that she knocked out the reigning French Open champion at Wimbledon. Williams had been on a 34-match winning streak coming into the match. Lisicki defeated of Estonia, reaching the Wimbledon semifinals for the second time in her career. She beat in a three set semifinal in two hours and eighteen minutes to advance to her first Grand Slam final, thereby becoming the first German woman to reach a major final since at Wimbledon in 1999, and the first German player of either gender to reach a Grand Slam singles final since at the 2003 Australian Open. However, she lost in the final to France's in straight sets. Her next tournament was the , however she lost in her opening match in a tight three-setter against. She then played at , beating in the first round before losing to in the second. She then played the as the 16th seed, where she defeated qualifier in the first round. She then won her second match against before losing to Ekaterina Makarova in round three. Lisicki missed most of the Asian swing, but competed at the as the 13th seed. She advanced to the third round after beating and Venus Williams, before losing to home favourite Li Na. She then played the in Osaka, again beating Scheepers in the first round, but was forced to withdraw from the tournament with a left hip injury before her second round match. Lisicki ended her 2013 season on a high by reaching the semi-finals of the. She beat , and in her opening three matches. She won the last set to love 6—0 in all three of these matches. In the semifinals, she succumbed to top seed and eventual champion Caroline Wozniacki in straight sets. She finished her year ranked as world number 15. She advanced to the second round with a win over , but then withdrew from the tournament due to illness. At the it was announced that Lisicki would bring in as a coach. Lisicki was seeded 15th and began with a confident straight-sets victory over Mirjana Lučić-Baroni, but was upset in the second round by. At the , Lisicki struggled to overcome Donna Vekić in the first round in three sets. After the match, she admitted that it had been almost impossible for her to serve effectively due to a right shoulder injury. She later withdrew from the tournament. Lisicki and Hingis at the 2014 Internazionali BNL d'Italia Lisicki then endured a poor run across the North American swing, losing in her first match in to of Canada. In Indian Wells, Lisicki also competed in the playing alongside coach Martina Hingis. After getting a wildcard into the main draw, they played seventh seeds and. At the in Miami, Lisicki beat in her opening match. However, she was forced to pull out before her third round match against Kirsten Flipkens citing a bad flu. Despite pulling out of the singles draw, Lisicki was able to take a few days off to recover before she and Hingis started their campaign for the title. In the first round, they claimed their first win together by beating sixth seeds and. In the second round, Lisicki and Hingis convincingly defeated wildcards and in straight sets. In their quarterfinal match, the pair pulled off an impressive comeback win beating and despite losing the first set and facing match points against them in the second. In the semifinals, they played fifth seeds and Indian Wells finalists and and beat them in straight sets. In their first final in only their second tournament together, Lisicki and Hingis played second seeds Elena Vesnina and Ekaterina Makarova. Despite being the heavy favourites for the title, Vesnina and Makrarova would go on to lose the match in three sets. The win was Lisicki's third doubles title and her first off the indoor clay of and Hingis' 38th doubles title and first since 2007. Lisicki looked to carry momentum from the Miami title by going to Charleston and playing in the. She entered the tournament as the fourth seed and received a bye in the first round of play. In the second round she played and beat her in three sets. In the third round, she played compatriot for the first time in her career. Lisicki lost to the eventual champion Petkovic, managing to score only one game in the whole match. Lisicki did not participate in Germany's Fed Cup semifinal victory over Australia, moving from the outdoor green clay of Charleston to the indoor red clay of Stuttgart. She lost in the opening round to ninth seed. Lisicki then competed at the where she was the 15th seed. She fell in the third round to in three sets. At , she fell in her opening match to Samantha Stosur in straight sets. Lisicki reached the second round at where she retired against compatriot Mona Barthel after injuring her wrist. Lisicki was the 19th seed at , but could not repeat her feat from the previous year, only managing to reach the quarterfinals where she lost to Simona Halep. Along the way, she defeated , Karolína Plíšková, and , fighting through a shoulder injury against the Kazakh. Lisicki at the 2014 US Open In July, Lisicki slipped down to 30 in the world rankings. In her first round match at the against , Lisicki set a world record serve for a female tennis player, clocked at 210. However, Lisicki lost the match in straight sets to her Serbian opponent. At the in the following week, Lisicki defeated former world number five Sara Errani in the first round in straight sets. After coming from a set down to defeat in the next round, she lost to Agnieszka Radwańska in three sets. The following week in was almost a repeat. In the second round, Lisicki defeated Sara Errani once more in a match that lasted three hours before being beaten by Radwańska, only managing to win two games. Lisicki, the 26th seed, reached the third round at the where she lost to Maria Sharapova. In September, Lisicki participated in as the top seed after receiving a wildcard. She defeated and to reach the qurterfinals. Then, she defeated and Francesca Schiavone to reach her first final of 2014. She won her 4th WTA title after defeating , her first singles title in more than three years. Lisicki received a wildcard at the but lost to Casey Dellacqua in the first round. At the , Lisicki upset Lucie Šafářová in the first round before falling to Elina Svitolina in the second round despite leading 5-0 in the first set. At the , she reached the third round for the second straight year after defeating and. She then lost to Ivanovic in straight sets. Lisicki then played in as the 5th seed. She accepted a wildcard into the event. She lost to in three sets in the first round. The following week, Lisicki was upset by in the second round at the having overcome Daniela Hantuchová in her opening match. Lisicki's last match of 2014 was at the where Germany faced Czech Republic. She was selected to play the doubles tie alongside. They defeated the pair of Andrea Hlaváčková and Lucie Hradecká. Lisicki ended the year at No. She finally picked up her first win of the year in beating before bowing out to. Lisicki would then suffer more first round losses in to and in to eventual finalist. Lisicki rediscovered her form during the North American swing. At , she beat Roberta Vinci to record her first ever win at the tournament. She continued winning by beating and to advance to the quarterfinals. In the quarterfinals she beat the defending champion in a three set thriller, saving three match points to advance to the semifinals for the first time at a Premier Mandatory event. She lost to in the semifinals in three sets despite leading by a set and a break. Lisicki carried her good form over to where she beat fellow countrywoman , Ana Ivanovic, and Sara Errani to advance to her second Premier Mandatory quarterfinal in a row. She lost to eventual champion Serena Williams in the quarterfinals in three sets. Lisicki then played for Germany in the semifinals against Russia in the where she lost to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in three sets despite having a match point in the second set. She also played in the doubles with Andrea Petkovic but the pair lost to Pavlyuchenkova and Elena Vesnina to give Russia the win and a place in the final. Lisicki began her clay season in and was handed her first career double bagel loss to in the first round. This followed with another first round exit at the to. Lisicki then played at the and picked up her first clay win by beating before losing to in straight sets. She then played at the and lost in the second round to in three sets despite having a match point in the third set. Lisicki then played at the as the 20th seed. She beat in the first round in straight sets. In the second round, after winning the first set, her opponent retired, allowing Lisicki to advance to the third round, where she was defeated by eventual finalist, Lucie Šafářová in straight sets. Lisicki started her grass season at the. In her second round win over , Lisicki broke the record for the most aces in a singles match, hitting a total of 27 aces. She then beat 2009 champion and 2013 champion to advance to the semifinals. She lost to fellow countrywoman and eventual champion Angelique Kerber in straight sets. Lisicki then played at as the 18th seed. She beat and to advance to the third round. She lost to Timea Bacsinszky in straight sets ending a streak of making the quarterfinals or better which she had done in her five previous appearances. Lisicki began her summer hard court season at the. She lost to in the first round in three sets after being up a set and 4—1. Lisicki then played at the , beating last year's finalist, and to advance to the third round where she lost to eventual champion, in three sets despite having a match point in the third set. She then played at the and lost in the first round to in three sets. Lisicki then played at the as the 24th seed. She beat qualifier and in the first two rounds. In the third round she beat in three tight sets, coming from 1—5 down in the third set to advance to the fourth round for the first time at the tournament since 2011. It was the final singles match ever played on the Grandstand court. She lost to Simona Halep in three sets, in a match that had a combined 105 unforced errors and 17 breaks of serve. After the completion of the US Open, Lisicki reported that she would not compete for the rest of the season due to a knee injury. Lisicki ended the year at no. They were eliminated in the group stage with a 1—2 win—loss record, with their only victory coming against France. Lisicki's next tournament was the. She beat lucky loser in straight sets before losing to eventual champion in three sets. Lisicki then competed at the. She defeated in straight sets in the first round to advance to the second round where she lost to in three sets. Lisicki's next tournament was the. She lost to in the first round in straight sets. Lisicki then played in the. As the third seed, she beat and to advance to the quarterfinals where she lost to. Lisicki then played at and. In both tournaments she received a bye in the first round and lost in the second round. At Indian Wells she lost to and in Miami she lost to , despite having a 5—0 lead and one match point in the third set. She then started her clay season at the formerly called Family Circle Cup. She defeated in straight sets in the first round, but lost to in three sets in the following round. At the , Lisicki lost in the first round to. Next, she played in the. She won the first round match against Monica Puig before losing in the second round to Carla Suárez Navarro. At the , she was ousted in the first round by Australian. At the , Lisicki avenged her loss to Lara Arruabarrena the previous year before losing to in straight sets. At the , Lisicki lost to qualifier in the first round in straight sets. Lisicki started her grass season at the. She beat Kristina Mladenovic before losing to Mariana Duque in three sets. Lisicki then played at. She easily beat recent French Open quarter-finalist in straight sets and in the second round she beat 14th seed Sam Stosur in straight sets. She then fell to Yaroslava Shvedova in the third round. Lisicki started her hard-court season at where she defeated in straights before losing to Kristina Mladenovic, also in straight sets. In the , after receiving a walkover in the first round, she fell to. This loss will see Lisicki fall out of the top 100. Lisicki couldn't participate in because of who even do not had enough Fed Cup appearance's replacement. In The Asian Swing, Sabine played in the , but lost to Johanna Larsson. Then in the , Lisicki safely reached the quarterfinal by beating Kwan Yau Ng and , but finally lost to. In the , Lisicki was defeated by Ekaterina Makarova and in the , Lisicki beat Lucic-Baroni but lost to Svitolina. Lisicki received a wildcard in both the Wuhan Open and China Open and after this, Lisicki was back in the top 100 again. In , Lisicki beat but lost to second seed Caroline Wozniacki. Lisicki next played in the and beat and , but retired injured in the third set of her quarterfinal against. Lisicki ended the year at No. Lisicki returned to the courts at the , where she reached the quarterfinals. She also reached that level at the. In and at the , she lost in the first rounds. She ended the 2017 season ranked 244th in the world. Lisicki reached her first semifinal since 2015, losing to. She lost in the qualifying competition. Lisicki then went on to lose in the first rounds of qualifying at both the and the. The problem is some of the punches land in the right spot and some don't. But she's got great power, a strong serve, she works very hard and has a big-match mentality you can't always teach. She has a strong forehand and backhand, hitting balls with power, depth and angles. She is known to hit serves at speeds of over 120 mph, and at the she broke the WTA fastest serve record with a speed of 131 mph, a record previously held by Venus Williams at 129 mph. Her serve is often regarded as her main weapon and with it, for the year up to November 2013, she was ranked fifth in the WTA for first service points won, 70. She was ranked second in the aces count in 2013, only behind Serena Williams, and was ranked fifth in 2014. Lisicki also held the record for the. She broke the record of 24, held jointly by Serena Williams and , by hitting 27 aces during her second-round encounter against at the on 17 June 2015. Lisicki is, however, sometimes hindered by her inconsistent second serve, which is usually around 70 to 80 mph, and an occasionally high double-fault count. Surfaces Lisicki's favourite surface is grass and she has had the most success on that surface. Retrieved 31 July 2014. Berliner Morgenpost in German. Retrieved 8 July 2013. Die Welt in German. Retrieved 5 July 2013. Retrieved 5 July 2013. Retrieved 30 June 2009. Retrieved 5 July 2013. Retrieved 5 July 2013. Retrieved 25 May 2011. Retrieved 28 June 2011. Retrieved 4 July 2011. Retrieved 16 August 2011. Retrieved 4 December 2011. Retrieved 21 January 2012. Retrieved 17 June 2013. Retrieved 17 June 2013. Retrieved 28 April 2014. The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 3 July 2014. Retrieved 28 September 2015. Retrieved 26 March 2016. Retrieved 26 March 2016. Retrieved 3 February 2018. 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