Who is Sabine Lisicki Boyfriend right nnow? Is she still dating Oliver Pocher? The German tennis player reached her career highest single ranking of No. 12 on May 21, 2012; her current world ranking number is No. 284, which she reached on May 24, 2023.
Sabine uses the Yonex VCORE 98 racket, here is a list of the full gear he uses:
|Type||Gear Sabine Uses|
|Racquet||Yonex VCORE 98|
|Strings||Yonex Poly Tour Spin 1.20/17 String Blue|
|Grip||Yonex Super Grap|
|Overgrip||Yonex Super Grap Overgrip|
|Bag||Yonex Pro Racquet Tour (12pcs)|
Meet Sabine Lisicki, a talented German tennis player born on September 22, 1989. Sabine’s journey as a professional tennis player began in 2006, and her career took off in 2009 when she reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals and won her first WTA Tour title at the Family Circle Cup. Unfortunately, an ankle injury during the Indian Wells Open in March 2010 sidelined her for five months, causing her ranking to drop.
But Sabine bounced back in 2011, winning the Eastbourne Classic and entering Wimbledon as a wildcard. She made history by reaching the semifinals, becoming only the second woman to achieve this feat as a wildcard entrant. Although she lost to Maria Sharapova, Sabine continued her success, winning the Texas Open two months later. In 2012, she achieved her career-best ranking of world No. 12 and reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals once more. However, another ankle injury that year hindered her progress on the tour.
Undeterred, Sabine reached the 2013 Wimbledon Championships final, succumbing to Marion Bartoli. In 2014, she had another Wimbledon quarterfinal appearance and won the Hong Kong Open, her first title in three years.
Sabine’s doubles career is equally impressive, with wins at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in 2011 and 2013, as well as the 2014 Miami Open alongside legendary partner Martina Hingis. In 2011, she reached the Wimbledon doubles final with Samantha Stosur and finished fourth in the 2012 London Olympics mixed-doubles event with Christopher Kas.
From 2014 to 2018, Sabine held the world record for the fastest serve by a female tennis player, clocking in at a blazing 131.0 mph (210.8 km/h) during a match against Ana Ivanovic at the 2014 Stanford Classic. She also held the record for most aces in a singles match (27) during her 2015 Birmingham Classic match against Belinda Bencic until Kristýna Plíšková surpassed it at the 2016 Australian Open.
No doubt she has worked her way into where she is now; on Sunday during afternoon practice with partner Mark Knowles she twitted saying “it was great fun” She definitely belongs in the grasscourt where she can show everyone what she does best. With over 90, 000 followers on twitter we wonder about her personal life! Is she dating anyone?? If so, who is the lucky guy to be wit this talented and gorgeous tennis player?? She is well on her way in a winning position sealing the biggest victory on her career stunning Serena like that, so you know the blond sure is giving it her all!
She definitely is in the zone so maybe there is just no time for personal life right now, her journey continues tomorrow vs. Estonian Kaia Kanepi.
She currently resides in sunny Bradenton/Fl, maybe she is trying out some Latin flavor??
You can follow her on twitter here.
Sabine who is currently giving her best at the US Open, is said to be dating German actor, Oliver Pocher.
Info found online about the actor says, the 1.70 m tall German native is also a stand up comedian and TV host.
He was actually married to German model, Alessandra “Sandy” Meyer-Wolde with whom he fathered, daughter Nayla Alessandra Pocher and two sons. He and Sandy were married from 2010 till 2014.
Oliver was born February 18, 1978, that makes him 37-years-old and 11-years Sabine’s senior. According to his page, he went from selling insurance to his true calling. He has worked as a DJ, hosted radio shows and trade fairs, and stood at the Hanoverian comedy ensemble “Holla-Bolla” with his first Standups on stage.
In 1998 and in a bold move, he famously performed the song “Everybody” in front of the “Backstreet Boys and numerous journalists, in order to compete in the boy band – the band did not receive him, but paved the way for his career.
Fin him on Twitter here