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Alles Gute zum Muttertag Mami. Du bist die Beste! ❤
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Happy Mother's Day Mommy. You are the best! ❤
Hope all Mommys had a great day with their children



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post #677 of 1058 (permalink) Old May 21st, 2013, 04:07 PM
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Damen Bundesliga beim TCR
Ein Interview mit Sabine Lisicki


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Ihre Aufschlagstärke und Ihre beidhändige Rückhand sind als die Stärken in Ihrem Spiel im internationalen Tennis-Circuit hinlänglich bekannt. Geduld gehört nicht dazu. Eine Temperamentssache?

Lisicki: Haben Sie in der vergangenen Woche in Stuttgart mein Spiel gegen Jelena Jankovic gesehen?

Nicht in Gänze.

Lisicki: Da habe ich schon geduldiger und auch taktisch clever gespielt, auch mal mit einem Slice retourniert und nicht gleich mit Gewalt den direkten Punkt gesucht. Aber ich war noch nie eine Spielerin, die auf den Fehler der Gegnerin gewartet hat, das stimmt.


Vorgesehen ist, dass Sie für den TC Rüppurr am 9. Juni aufschlagen. Sie dürften also nicht ins Finale der French Open einziehen, wollen Sie die Menschen beim Karlsruher Zweitligisten nicht enttäuschen ...

Lisicki (lacht): ... da würden doch dann sicher alle vor dem Fernseher sitzen. Aber das Finale in Paris ist ja samstags. Insofern könnte ich es also noch schaffen.


und ich dachte immer ihre Vorhand wäre ihre Stärke nach dem Aufschlag, aber gut ... (alle machen Fehler) .p

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/player/bbc_wm

Sabine on radio now!
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Haven't heard this before - Boris gives Sabine some helpful advice in 2011 on the BBC Radio:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/player/p0...icki&rpSrp=1.0


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Can't find Bine?

Sabine Lisicki

Laura Robson
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Thanks for posting -- good to know she has a smile on her face.
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Such a lovely person.

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Of course it's always nice to hear Sabine's voice and you can tell how much she loves and looks forward to this time of year. Some good questions with this interview too to bring out a bit more variety of info about Sabine's life, attitude and activities off court. Nothing too revealing but still nice to hear some different answers and questions because she tends to get asked the same q's over and over.

SABINE LISICKI- GENIE BOUCHARD- DARIA GAVRILOVA-

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post #685 of 1058 (permalink) Old Jun 8th, 2013, 11:55 AM
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Article from the Birmingham Mail;
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Sabine Lisicki: "England is such a special place for me."
AEGON Classic: Sabine Lisicki is aiming to put things right in Birmingham



Deposed Classic queen Sabine Lisicki hopes Germany’s tennis players can emulate their footballers’ mastery of England’s grass. The 2011 champion returns to Birmingham next week when she begins her campaign to regain the AEGON Classic title she lost so meekly last year. And she has also set her sights on continuing her country’s summer of sport which began last month when Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund served up an engaging Champions League final at Wembley.

Football fan Lisicki picked Bayern to come out on top and she hopes to do likewise in her third tilt at the Maud Watson trophy. Indeed, she is just one of several German players currently congregating at the top of women’s tennis, with four players in the top 40. But while Angelique Kerber and Julia Goerges won’t be at Edgbaston Priory this year, Lisicki and compatriot Mona Barthel certainly will, with Lisicki’s grass court pedigree making her one of the favourites for the title.

As two of the top seeds we could be set for another all-German encounter. “It was unbelievable to see two German teams in the Champions League final. I thought it was going to be 3-2 to Bayern,” Lisicki said. “But when I saw the first half I thought ‘oh no, there’s no chance there are going to be that many goals’. ‘‘The goalkeepers are too good. I was a bit more for Bayern Munich but I really like the way [Robert] Lewandowski plays, I think he’s fantastic. I just hope German tennis can be as successful this summer.”

Lisicki can hardly be less successful at Edgbaston Priory than she was last year when she arrived as defending champion and fell at the first hurdle. The 23-year-old was a shadow of the player who smiled her way to the 2011 crown and was dumped out in straight sets by Urszula Radwanska. “I was just coming back from an injury, it was very unfortunate, I was really disappointed as defending champion,” she recalled. “I lost a couple of tournaments first round but the important thing was I was able to turn it around for Wimbledon.”

Indeed she was. Lisicki went to Florida to train for a week, returned to Britain in far better form and reached the quarter-finals at the All England Club, beating Maria Sharapova en route. Having reached the semis in 2011 that only confirmed her status as a very dangerous grass court player. “England is such a special place for me, it’s such a nice atmosphere and I just love playing on grass,’’ she said. “It’s just a shame about Birmingham last year but I hope I can play better this year.”
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LISICKI EASES THROUGH IN BIRMINGHAM

Former champion Sabine Lisicki eased past Kristyna Pliskova and into the third round of the Aegon Classic.

Published June 12, 2013 12:01



BIRMINGHAM, England - There is something about the grass at the Edgbaston Priory that brings out the best in Sabine Lisicki.

Two years ago, Lisicki, then ranked No.100, chose the picturesque club as the launch pad for a spectacular return to form, leaving a trail of seeds in her wake as she romped to the title.

On Wednesday, she opened her bid to reclaim her crown in impressive fashion, requiring just 56 minutes to swat aside Kristyna Pliskova, 64 62.

"I just feel like I'm at home on grass," Lisicki said. "I started practicing on the grass on Thursday and right away it felt like I had been playing on it for weeks. It's a great feeling to be back."

"There were a few funny bounces, but that always happens on grass and you have to react to them in the best way you can.

"I only faced one break point, I think, and hit a couple of aces too. I was serving pretty well and coming up with big serves when I needed them. And the longer the match went on, the better I was able to read her serve and this helped me get into the points more and more."

http://www.wtatennis.com/news/articl...-in-birmingham

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Just noticed Sabine is following Sharapova now at twitter. Knowing how Sabs loves to laugh, maybe she was influenced by this recent photo?

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Guess the Brits would love to naturalise Sabine.

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Post match interview with Sabine after losing Birmingham QF to A. Riske. (hope this works properly)

http://vocaroo.com/i/s1hNHdpb8J6X
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