Sabine Lisicki

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Getting closer to the top-10 at the WTA rankings is our newest addition to the Hot Tennis Players website, here is the german Sabine Lisicki!

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki bio

Sabine Lisicki was born in Troisdorf, (West) Germany on September 22nd 1989 and she now lives in Bradenton, Florida, United States. She is of polish ancestry.

Her highest singles ranking is world number 12, in May 2012.

In her career, Sabine Lisicki has reached nine singles WTA finals, winning three titles. Her first final was lost to Sorana Cirstea in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, in 2008, in the final set tiebreak. She won her next final against Caroline Wozniacki in Charleston, United States, in 2009. She also beat Daniela Hantuchova to win at Birmingham, United Kingdom, and Aravane Rezai at Dallas, United States, both in 2011.

2011 was, in fact, her best year. Sabine Lisicki had even dropped out of the top-100 the previous year, after an injury-plagued 2010 season. In doubles, she won her only WTA title in Stuttgart, partnering Samantha Stosur. She also reached the final of a Grand Slam doubles tournament at Wimbledon, losing to Kveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik in the final, while also having Stosur as her partner.

Sabine reached the final of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships after beating Agnieska Radwanska in an epic semi-final. The final result was 6-4 2-6 9-7 after being down 0-3 on the final set. She beat the World number one and multiple times Wimbledon champion Serena Williams on the 4th round, another match where she also trailed 0-3 on the final set. Lisicki played the final against the frenchwoman Marion Bartoli and lost in straight sets.


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5 Responses to Sabine Lisicki

  1. John says:

    Sabine Lisicki’s father is half German and half Polish and her mother is all Polish.

    Its very rare that somebody who lives in Germany (or is German) would be fluent in Polish like she and her parents are.

    Historically, Poles always spoke much more German then Germans spoke Polish. The people who speak more German outside of Germany are the Polish people. Ironically, despite the historical conflicts of Poland and Germany, Poles have found it relatively easy to learn the German language and assimilate into German society.

  2. Magd says:

    She is not of “polish ancestry”. Her parents are German-Polish, and her father belonged to the German minority of Poland.

    • (from Wikipedia): an ancestor is a parent or (recursively) the parent of an ancestor (i.e., a grandparent, great-grandparent, great-great-grandparent, and so forth). ;)

    • John says:

      She is absolutely of Polish ancestry!

      She is 3/4 Polish!

      After she beat Serena Williams and was starting to get a lot of news coverage…..there has been an effort among anti-Polish internet people to DENY information about her POLISH ancestry!

      About 4 days ago on Wikipedia one of the first things reported was that she was a German player of POLISH ORIGIN and how to pronounce her name in POLISH. Shortly after she beat Serena Williams…..that was ALL GONE and the words “POLISH ORIGIN” was whiped off wikipedia!!

      Sabine Lisicki’s mother has POLISH roots….NOT German roots. Her father is half German and half Polish. Some people are even doubtful of that and say he is mostly Polish. For heaven’s sake her last name Lisicki is a POLISH name. She speaks Polish just like all the other German Polish people in Germany. There are about 3 million Polish Germans in Germany. Its rare that ethnic Germans speak Polish. Poles historically who lived near the German border (some of who moved to Germany) historically spoke German.

      Quite a few German athletes have Polish ancestry just like the other Polish German tennis player Angelique Kerber and those German soccer players Podholski and Klose.

  3. tennisfan says:

    This site is great but…

    it seems like Ajla Tomljanovic had been forgotten
    and Kristina Antoniychuck
    both of them in still unknown players

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