Sabine Lisicki, who suffered a significant knee injury in 2020, says it has always been a privilege to play against Serena Williams since Williams and Andy Murray were sources of motivation for her. The anterior cruciate ligament in Lisicki’s knee was torn during a doubles match in November 2020.
Lisicki returned to action in May after a one-and-a-half-year absence. When Lisicki last faced off against Williams at Wimbledon in 2013, she came out on top. “There are still a number of guys who may serve as role models.
When I had the opportunity to share the court with Serena, for example, it was always a privilege. It was always fun to go up against her. To have a chance, you always had to bring out your best tennis gear. In addition, Andy Murray’s experience is inspiring to me “According to Sportskeeda, Lisicki said SPOX.
Just to be able to walk normally again was all I wanted.
For four weeks following her operation, Lisicki was unable to elevate her leg. To walk normally again was all that Lisicki ever wanted at that point. Lisicki claimed that she was unable to elevate her operated leg for four weeks after the procedure.
“You become alarmed if you abruptly lose control of your limb. It was the worst moment of your life when you suddenly couldn’t move your leg a few days ago. Tennis seemed like a long way off at the time. To me, a regular gait was all that mattered:”
When asked if she expected to return to the Tour de France after her 33rd birthday in September, Lisicki stated that she did. “I never had any concerns about it. I’ve known for a long time that this was going to happen. This doesn’t mean there weren’t times when things were difficult.
One of the most difficult aspects of this project was dealing with my lack of patience.” Lisicki’s best finish since returning came at Bad Homburg last month. Lisicki made it to the quarterfinals at Bad Homburg, where she lost to Caroline Garcia.