Showing posts with label Hsieh Su-Wei. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hsieh Su-Wei. Show all posts

Monday, February 5, 2018

Video: Garbińe Muguruza v Hsieh Su-Wei match highlights (2R) | Australian Open 2018

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Video: Garbińe Muguruza v Hsieh Su-Wei match highlights (2R) | Australian Open 2018

Match highlights from Garbińe Muguruza and Su-Wei Hsieh in the second round of the Australian Open 2018.

Saturday, February 3, 2018

Video: Hsieh Su-wei on court interview (2R) | Australian Open 2018

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Video: Hsieh Su-wei on court interview (2R) | Australian Open 2018

Hsieh Su-wei's on court interview following her round two upset over Garbine Muguruza at the Australian Open 2018.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Video: Su-Wei Hsieh v Lin Zhu match highlights (1R) | Australian Open 2018

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Video: Su-Wei Hsieh v Lin Zhu match highlights (1R) | Australian Open 2018

Match highlights from Su-Wei Hsieh's first-round win over Lin Zhu on Day 2.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Video: Konta v Su-wei highlights - Wimbledon 2017 first round

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Video: Johanna Konta v Hsieh Su-wei highlights - Wimbledon 2017 first round

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Hsieh beats Robson to win Guangzhou title


Hsieh beats Robson to win Guangzhou title

Hsieh Su-Wei won the GRC Bank Guangzhou International Women's Open 2012 title with a 63 57 64 victory over Laura Robson.

ON their way to the final Hsieh beat No.4 seed Urszula Radwanska while Laura Robson defeated No.2 seed Zheng Jie, No.7 seed Peng Shuai and No.3 seed Sorana Cirstea.

Hsieh, who hit with two hands off both sides, controlled the first half of the match building a 63 53 lead and had five match points but Robson fought back.

The British girl won 7 games in a row to claim the second set and was up 3-0 in the third set.

This time Hsieh came back winning five games in a row to seal the win.

Hsieh is now projected to make her career Top 50 debut, around the No.39-No.40 range.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Hsieh wins Malaysian Open when Martic retires

Hsieh wins Malaysian Open when Martic retires

Hsieh Su-Wei became the first Asian winner of the Malaysian Open on Sunday when her opponent Petra Martic retired with exhaustion after playing both her semifinal and final matches on the same day.

The unseeded Hsieh beat the fifth-seeded Martic 2-6, 7-5, 4-1.

Earlier Sunday, Martic beat second-seeded Jelena Jankovic of Serbia 6-7 (5), 7-5, 7-6 (5) in a semifinal lasting more than three hours. Rain triggered a suspension of play Saturday at the Bukit Kiara Equestrian and Country Resort.

The Croatian had only a few hours to rest before facing Hsieh. Both were playing a WTA final for the first time.

Martic won the first set and led the second by 4-2 before she began to significantly tire. She lost the set after appearing to have leg cramps.

Hsieh led 4-1 in the third set before Martic retired after an hour and 45 minutes.