Lisicki in no rush to leave yet
German giant-killer Sabine Lisicki warned her Wimbledon rivals she is in no rush for her SW19 fairytale to end anytime soon.
The 15th seed set up an all-German showdown against Angelique Kerber in the quarter-finals when taking the prize scalp of top seed and world number one Maria Sharapova in straight sets on Monday. Former winner Sharapova had been bidding to become the first player since Serena Williams in 2002 to complete the French Open-Wimbledon double in the same year. The 22-year-old was beaten by Sharapova of Russia in the semi-finals of the same major tournament last year, so was delighted to take her revenge. "It's unbelievable. I've beaten Maria Sharapova for the first time," Lisicki told BBC Sport. "I just went for my shots from the first point on. "She is a fighter but I am a fighter too. I fought to the last point. The last game was tough but I fought it out. "I'm getting better with each match. This is my favourite tournament. I love it here."