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In the Australian Open , Lisicki played the qualifying tournament and lost in the second round to Vesna Manasieva.
At the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix , Lisicki lost in the quarterfinals against her compatriot Julia Görges , eventual champion of the tournament. In doubles, Lisicki partnered with former world No. At the French Open , Lisicki advanced to the second round against the number three seed, Vera Zvonareva.
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 Wimbledon Championships , 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 Li Na in the second round.
She was eliminated by Maria Sharapova in straight sets after leading the first set 3—0. Lisicki was the second wild-card entry to reach the women's semifinals in Wimbledon history.
After advancing to the semifinals with an easy win over qualifier Kateryna Bondarenko , she crushed 8th seed Irina-Camelia Begu to advance to the final. She moved to a new career-high rank of world No.
Seeded 22nd at the US Open , she easily advanced to the second round with a straight-sets win over Alona Bondarenko. She was scheduled to play Venus Williams in the second round, but Williams withdrew before it started due to her recent diagnosis of Sjögren's syndrome. Lisicki dispatched Irina Falconi to advance to the fourth round for the first time, before ultimately being defeated by second seed Vera Zvonareva.
Lisicki was named the WTA comeback player of the year in November. In the first round, she defeated Virginie Razzano. In the second round, she defeated Mona Barthel. In the quarterfinal, she faced Angelique Kerber , the US Open semifinalist, and was losing 4—6, before retiring, due to a back injury, in the second set at a score of 3—4. Both the Italians would go on to the Australian Open 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 Apia International Sydney 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 Alexandra Dulgheru.
Lisicki next competed in the Australian Open where she was the 14th seed. In the first round, she faced Stefanie Vögele and beat her in three sets. In the second round, she defeated Shahar Pe'er. In the third round, she beat 18th seed Svetlana Kuznetsova. 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. Germany lost the meeting by a score of 1—4. She pulled out before the tournament began with a viral illness.
Lisicki then competed in the Qatar Ladies Open 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 Maria Kirilenko.
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 competition was the Indian Wells tournament, where she was the eleventh seed. In doubles, she competed with compatriot Julia Görges. Lisicki next went to the Sony Ericsson Open , where she was the 12th seed.
She got a bye to the second round where she faced Sofia Arvidsson. Victorious, she then faced Peng Shuai 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 Family Circle Cup , Lisicki was the sixth seed. She received a bye into the second round. She faced qualifier Yaroslava Shvedova in the third round and won in straight sets.
In the quarterfinals, she faced Serena Williams. 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 Australian Open women's doubles champion Vera Zvonareva. They lost to top seeds Liezel Huber and Lisa Raymond. As a result of the fall in her quarterfinal match, Lisicki was forced to the sideline at the Fed Cup World Group Play-off tie against Australia.
She was also forced to pull out of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix , from which she was defending a quarterfinal spot in singles and the doubles title which she won with Sam Stosur. After nearly a month off the tour, Lisicki returned as the 12th seed in the Italian Open. She faced Marina Erakovic in the first round, where she lost.
Traveling next to her home country for the Internationaux de Strasbourg , where she was the top seed, Lisicki again experienced a first round upset, losing to Pauline Parmentier. Lisicki then traveled to Paris to play the second Grand Slam of the year, the French Open , where she was the 12th seed.
Lisicki started her summer grass court season by defending her title in the Aegon Classic. This set Lisicki up with a five-match losing streak going into the Wimbledon Championships. 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. 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 Svetlana Kuznetsova in In the subsequent quarterfinals, Lisicki once again met fellow German Angelique Kerber. 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. Some observers felt Kerber was visibly frustrated [ citation needed ] during the start of the third set, but Lisicki proved ultimately unable to take the match.
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 Lisicki entered the Mercury Insurance Open as the fifth seed but pulled out with an abdominal injury.
She went straight back to London to prepare for the Summer Olympics. She 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. In the singles, she beat Ons Jabeur and Yaroslava Shvedova 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 Laura Robson and Heather Watson 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 Venus and Serena Williams. In the semifinals, they lost to Andy Murray and Laura Robson. In the bronze medal match, they lost to third seeds Mike Bryan and Lisa Raymond. Lisicki moved on to the Rogers Cup in Montreal. In doubles she made it to the quarterfinals, partnering with Peng Shuai. They were forced to pull out of the competition against top seeds Lisa Raymond and Liezel Huber as a result of Lisicki suffering an abdominal injury.
In doubles, Lisicki again partnered with Peng Shuai. In singles, she started with a first round loss against British qualifier Heather Watson. In doubles, she partnered with world No. Lisicki next participated at the China Open , but she was defeated in the second round by the eventual champion Victoria Azarenka. She next moved to Linz where she lost in the first round to Patricia Mayr-Achleitner. Lisicki finished her season losing in the first round of the Luxembourg Open to Kirsten Flipkens of Belgium.
Lisicki started with the Brisbane International. She lost in the second round to world No. She pulled out of the qualifying draw at Sydney with a virus. Lisicki then competed in the Australian Open. In the first round she faced Caroline Wozniacki and was defeated. She also competed in the mixed doubles with Frederik Nielsen. Lisicki then moved onto the Pattaya Open. In the first round she beat fellow German Tatjana Malek. She downed Alexandra Panova in the second round and came back from a set down in the quarterfinals to beat Marina Erakovic.
In her first semifinal since , she beat Nina Bratchikova. In the final, she faced Maria Kirilenko , but lost in three sets. Her next tournament was in Memphis. As the third seed, she beat qualifier Madison Keys in the first round and Melinda Czink in the second. Erakovic ran away with the first set and Lisicki retired from the final with illness. This was Erakovic's first WTA title.
Lisicki started her clay court season on the green clay at the Family Circle Cup 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 Anna Tatishvili of Georgia. In the second round, she lost from a set up against Mallory Burdette.
Her next tournament was on the red clay in Katowice , Poland. After the four singles matches, the score was tied at two all. In singles , she beat qualifier Italian Nastassja Burnett. She lost in the quarterfinals to American qualifier Bethanie Mattek-Sands. In doubles , 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. Lisicki and Barthel easily won, with the loss of just two games. In the semifinals, the German pairing faced Darija Jurak and Katalin Marosi , defeating them in straight sets.
In the final, Lisicki got revenge for her singles loss by beating Mattek-Sands and her partner Sania Mirza. Lisicki and Barthel became the first all-German pairing to lift the trophy in Stuttgart.
Lisicki continued her clay season in Madrid. In the first round, she beat Sofia Arvidsson of Sweden. In the third round she played world No. Sharapova ultimately won in straight sets, with Lisicki putting up a fight in the second set.
Lisicki then went to Paris for the second Grand Slam of the year. In singles , she was the 32nd seed. There she was defeated by fifth seed and defending finalist Sara Errani. 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 Aegon Classic. She lost to Alison Riske in the quarterfinals.
In the final set, Lisicki was 4—5 down and serving at 15—0 when Riske shouted "come on! 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 Wimbledon Championships , Lisicki was seeded 23rd. She beat Francesca Schiavone in the first round, Elena Vesnina in the second round and 14th seed Samantha Stosur in the third round.
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 match winning streak coming into the match.
However, she lost in the final to France's Marion Bartoli in straight sets. She then played at New Haven , beating Kristina Mladenovic in the first round before losing to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in the second. She then played the US Open as the 16th seed, where she defeated qualifier Vera Dushevina in the first round. She then won her second match against Paula Ormaechea before losing to Ekaterina Makarova in round three.
Lisicki missed most of the Asian swing, but competed at the China Open as the 13th seed. She advanced to the third round after beating Chanelle Scheepers and Venus Williams, before losing to home favourite Li Na. She then played the HP Open 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 season on a high by reaching the semi-finals of the Luxembourg Open.
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 It was confirmed in October that Lisicki would begin her season alongside Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka at the Brisbane International.
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 then endured a poor run across the North American swing, losing in her first match in Indian Wells to Aleksandra Wozniak of Canada. After getting a wildcard into the main draw, they played seventh seeds Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua. 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 their quarterfinal match, the pair pulled off an impressive comeback win beating Anabel Medina Garrigues and Yaroslava Shvedova 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 Cara Black and Sania Mirza 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 Stuttgart and Hingis' 38th doubles title and first since Lisicki looked to carry momentum from the Miami title by going to Charleston and playing in the Family Circle Cup.
She entered the tournament as the fourth seed and received a bye in the first round of play. In the second round she played Vania King and beat her in three sets.
In the third round, she played compatriot Andrea Petkovic 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 Ana Ivanovic. Lisicki then competed at the Mutua Madrid Open where she was the 15th seed. She fell in the third round to Simona Halep in three sets. At Rome , she fell in her opening match to Samantha Stosur in straight sets. Lisicki reached the second round at Roland Garros where she retired against compatriot Mona Barthel after injuring her wrist.
In June, Lisicki split with coach Hingis, citing "different concepts" as the reason. In July, Lisicki slipped down to 30 in the world rankings. In her first round match at the Bank of the West Classic against Ana Ivanovic , Lisicki set a world record serve for a female tennis player, clocked at The following week in Cincinnati was almost a repeat.
In September, Lisicki participated in Hong Kong as the top seed after receiving a wildcard.