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101 Facts About Sabine Lisicki
5. Sabine Lisicki's was ranked second in the aces count in 2013, only behind Serena Williams, and was ranked fifth in 2014.
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13. Sabine Lisicki's beat Kristina Mladenovic before losing to Mariana Duque in three sets.
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16. Sabine Lisicki's beat lucky loser Polona Hercog in straight sets before losing to eventual champion Svetlana Kuznetsova in three sets.
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17. Sabine Lisicki began her 2016 season at the Hopman Cup representing Germany with Alexander Zverev.
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18. Sabine Lisicki's lost to Simona Halep in three sets, in a match that had a combined 105 unforced errors and 17 breaks of serve.
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20. Sabine Lisicki began her summer hard court season at the Bank of the West Classic.
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21. Sabine Lisicki's 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.
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23. Sabine Lisicki's lost to eventual champion Serena Williams in the quarterfinals in three sets.
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25. Sabine Lisicki's lost to Jelena Jankovic in the semifinals in three sets despite leading by a set and a break.
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28. Sabine Lisicki's finally picked up her first win of the year in Dubai beating Monica Niculescu before bowing out to Ana Ivanovic.
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30. Sabine Lisicki's won her 4th WTA title after defeating Karolina Pliskova, her first singles title in more than three years.
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31. Sabine Lisicki was the 19th seed at Wimbledon, but could not repeat her feat from the previous year, only managing to reach the quarterfinals where she lost to Simona Halep.
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33. Sabine Lisicki's lost in the opening round to ninth seed Ana Ivanovic.
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36. At the Sony Open in Miami, Sabine Lisicki beat Nadia Petrova in her opening match.
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42. Sabine Lisicki ended her 2013 season on a high by reaching the semi-finals of the Luxembourg Open.
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46. Sabine 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.
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51. Sabine Lisicki's downed Alexandra Panova in the second round and came back from a set down in the quarterfinals to beat Marina Erakovic.
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52. Sabine Lisicki's competed in the mixed doubles with Frederik Nielsen.
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54. Sabine Lisicki's lost in the second round to world No 1, Victoria Azarenka.
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56. Sabine Lisicki's entered singles where she was seeded fifteenth, the doubles with Angelique Kerber where they were seeded fifth and the mixed doubles with Christopher Kas where they were unseeded.
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57. Sabine Lisicki's went straight back to London to prepare for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
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60. Sabine Lisicki won the match in three sets to set up a third round tie with Sloane Stephens, where she again faced a tight match, pulling through in the third set.
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64. Sabine Lisicki's faced qualifier Yaroslava Shvedova in the third round and won in straight sets.
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66. Sabine Lisicki's won this match too and then faced Li Na in the fourth round.
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70. Sabine Lisicki's started off the meeting between Germany and the Czech Republic by facing Iveta Benesova, a match in which she lost.
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72. Sabine Lisicki dispatched Irina Falconi to advance to the fourth round for the first time, before ultimately being defeated by second seed Vera Zvonareva.
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73. Sabine Lisicki's was scheduled to play Venus Williams in the second round, but Williams withdrew before it started due to her recent diagnosis of Sjogren's syndrome.
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79. In doubles, Sabine Lisicki partnered with former world No 1 doubles player Samantha Stosur to win her first ever career doubles title.
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81. At the 2011 Family Circle Cup, Sabine Lisicki reached the third round, but lost to Sania Mirza in two sets.
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84. Sabine Lisicki's lost her second round match against Venus Williams.
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88. Sabine Lisicki played her first Grand Slam quarterfinal at Wimbledon, where she was beaten by world No 1 Dinara Safina.
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90. Sabine Lisicki's defeated world No 16 Zheng Jie in the first singles match, and partnered with Anna-Lena Gronefeld to win the decisive doubles match.
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92. At the Australian Open, Sabine Lisicki defeated the 30th seed Aleksandra Wozniak in the opening round before losing to Samantha Stosur in straight sets.
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93. Sabine Lisicki started her year at the Hopman Cup in Perth where she advanced to the third round before losing to Dominika Cibulkova in straight sets.
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94. Sabine Lisicki's lost her third round match to Caroline Wozniacki.
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