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"Three years ago I had to learn how to walk again and that has made me appreciate every single moment out there a lot more," Lisicki said. "Once you have to learn how to walk again, it just shows you how we actually have to appreciate to have two healthy legs.
"Being on crutches, you can't carry anything. You need the help of somebody else. So just being able to walk again and carry my own stuff was great. And then to come back on the court to compete and then to go even further than I did before the injury gives you a lot of strength."
Lisicki's philosophy now differs from the other three semi-finalists – Radwanska, Marion Bartoli and Kirsten Flipkens – in that she believes she has already achieved, though it will not stop her making a sustained tilt at the title.