The 23-year-beaten by French player Marion Bartoli on Saturday in London. Although he lost in straight sets, 1-6 on, 4-6 Lisicki is the first German to reach the final since Steffi Graf in 1999.
"Marion was too good, he deserved it," Lisicki told reporters after the match. "I would be really happy to have won and I hope I get a second chance," he said, breaking into tears.
"Boom Boom Bine", because he has been dubbed by the German media, will see him climb the world rankings 24-18. If he wins, he will be placed 11.
He arrives at the airport Tegel in Berlin on Sunday to the cheers of "Sabine, Sabine!" From around three dozen fans, who rushed to the star. Speaking at the gate, she told the audience that "of course I'm disappointed but I had two really great weeks and can be a little proud of myself."
He thanked the fans his English tennis on Twitter "I love you, I'll miss you. Great how much devotion you showed. Next year I'll come back and can not wait to see my fans again," he wrote shortly before leaving the country.