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"It's unbelievable the way she came back again in the third set," said Lisicki's coach, Wim Fissette, who used to work with four-time major champion Kim Clijsters.
Radwanska, who spent nearly three total hours more on court than Lisicki in previous rounds, played with both thighs heavily taped.
"If we play in two days from now," she said, "I think it would be definitely different."
Asked why she offered Lisicki only a cursory, no-look handshake, then quickly left the court, Radwanska answered: "Should I just be there and dance?"
Understandably, Lisicki's mood at her news conference was cheerier. She couldn't stop smiling or chuckling.
"When I arrived here at the tournament, I just said that anything's possible. That's what I believed. I still do," Lisicki said. "I came to win every match that I walk on the court (for), and that's what I've done so far."
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