Sabine Lisicki age, bio, height images, news, ranking, stats, videos & more


Sabine Lisicki is a German professional tennis player. Sabine Lisicki holds the record for the fastest serve on the wta tour at 131mph. Sabine was introduced to tennis by her father at the age of seven.

Her favourite surfaces are: Hard courts & grass.

  • Born - September 22nd 1989 (Troisdorf, Germany)
  • Height - 1.78m (5' 10")
  • Nationality - German
  • Plays - Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
  • Turned pro - 2006


Hobbies & Interests:

  • Listening to pop & R&B music
  • Reading

A quote from her Twitter account "Happy & passionate pro tennis player! :-) Holding record for fastest serve on wta tour at 131mph :-)"

And Wayne agrees with her 100% - she's seems like one of the nicest players on tour, happy with a beautiful smile.

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What others have said about Sabine Lisicki (Below).

Sabine has had a tough year in 2016 coming back from a knee injury, personal off court problems and a crisis of confidence, but she has fought hard to find some form and always maintained that beautiful smile and respect for those around her.

She is a credit to the womens game and the WTA should be proud to have her represent them. Posted on the 29th of November 2016 by Stevesmithafc.

Sabine Lisicki for so many tennis reasons but her smile/personality light up the tournaments she plays in. Posted in July 2016 by Steve Smith AFC.

Sabine Lisicki is my favorite player because she has such a great atmosphere. Bine is an affair of the heart ❤ for me. Posted on the 18th of July 2016 by Heinrich

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Sabine Lisicki holds the runners-up trophy at the Wimbledon 2013 Championships. (Picture below).

Sabine Lisicki press conference. Image below.

Sabine Lisicki press conference

Sabine won Birmingham in 2011

Sabine Lisicki won Birmingham in 2011