Sabine Lisicki is known for one of the fastest servers in the Women’s tennis circuit. While German held the world record for the fastest serve(131.0 MPH) by a female tennis player, she made history by hitting most aces(27) in a singles match.
A grass-court lover Lisicki reached the first Grand Slam final at 2013 Wimbledon. And also, She was listed number twelve at the WTA ranking table in 2012. On the other hand, Sabine Lisicki is being injured since she enters into the WTA circuit. Additionally, She is now ranking 690th in the world.
However, Sabine Lisicki recently made her comeback at Linz Open 2020 follows by several injuries. Even though the 31-years-old won her first match in the qualifier stage, she lost her second match in the three sets. Eventually, Lisicki ended her comeback after getting knee injury during the doubles first-round match.
“Thank You So Much For Every Single Message”: Sabine Lisicki
Right now, Former world number twelve gave an update on her injury. She also went to explain what kind of damage she got and its recovery time. Whereas Lisicki anticipates the rehab can take a long time, she believes the medical team could help her to recover sooner.
While sending an injury update to her followers, Sabine Lisicki wrote on her social media pages, “I had an MRI scan the same evening & unfortunately I had a torn ACL. I already had surgery & got all fixed up by the best doctors. It’s going to be a very tough & long road back, but the best medical team luckily surrounds me!”
She continued, “Thank you so much for every single message of encouragement that I have received. You guys are the best!”