Support through specific nutrients

The focus becomes clearer the closer you get to your goals. However, getting there is difficult and demands a lot from an athlete. The combination of intensive training, a balanced, individually adapted diet and mental training can lead to peak performance. Sabine Lisicki has beaten the best of the best. She is characterized by a high level of competitive performance.

In addition to targeted training, top athletic performance can be promoted by supporting the mitochondria1 and the correct intake of nutrients. In addition, a basic supply of amino acids, which support the muscles2. It offers the opportunity to train more and thus become even more powerful.

1: The MITOcare product Mitochondria Formula Sport contains biotin, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C and manganese - these contribute to a normal energy metabolism and thus support the mitochondria. | 2: MITOcare product Amino Acids Sport contains vitamin D3 - this contributes to muscle function.

MITOcare products that Sabine takes

Sabine’s Story

1996

At age 7, Sabine started her tennis career at the local tennis club Red-White Troisdorf.

1996
2003
2003

Sabine first started to compete at the age of 15, when she participated in the ITF Circuit.

2004

Just one year later, Sabine was able to celebrate her first success at the WTA tournament. She spectacularly placed second in the doubles world ranking.

2004
2008
2008

She established herself by qualifying for the Australian Open during the WTA tour, and was nominated in the same year for the first time for the German Fed Cup team; she immediately won the singles competition.

2009

She was able to win her first WTA title at the tournament in Charleston (USA), which put her in 22nd place of the world rankings. During that same year, she was promoted into world group I with the German Fed Cup women’s team 2009, which was greatly due to her performance.

2009
2011
2011

After a long break, she restarted her career. She won a tournament in Eastbourne. She reached the singles semifinals as well as the doubles finals of the sacred grass court of Wimbledon, and was elected “Berlin’s Athlete of the Year.”

2013

As the first German tennis player after Steffi Graf in 1999, she reached the Wimbledon women’s singles finals after a stunning performance in the quarterfinals against Serena Williams and in the semifinals against Agnieszka Radwańska.

2013
1996
1996

At age 7, Sabine started her tennis career at the local tennis club Red-White Troisdorf.

2003
2003

Sabine first started to compete at the age of 15, when she participated in the ITF Circuit.

2004
2004

Just one year later, Sabine was able to celebrate her first success at the WTA tournament. She spectacularly placed second in the doubles world ranking.

2008
2008

She established herself by qualifying for the Australian Open during the WTA tour, and was nominated in the same year for the first time for the German Fed Cup team; she immediately won the singles competition.

2009
2009

She was able to win her first WTA title at the tournament in Charleston (USA), which put her in 22nd place of the world rankings. During that same year, she was promoted into world group I with the German Fed Cup women’s team 2009, which was greatly due to her performance.

2011
2011

After a long break, she restarted her career. She won a tournament in Eastbourne. She reached the singles semifinals as well as the doubles finals of the sacred grass court of Wimbledon, and was elected “Berlin’s Athlete of the Year.”

2013
2013

As the first German tennis player after Steffi Graf in 1999, she reached the Wimbledon women’s singles finals after a stunning performance in the quarterfinals against Serena Williams and in the semifinals against Agnieszka Radwańska.

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Olympic Training Center Bavaria

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Quirin Moll

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Club at the Alster

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German Hockey Federation

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