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Super Su-wei Hsieh Still Going Strong at 35

You would think Su-wei Hsieh would have hung it up in singles by now, after all, she just turned 35 four days ago. With all the mileage on her legs and body, all the defending and scrambling and fighting to hang in there, you would think it’s not humanly possible for the slightly built woman […] Continue to read full article...

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Barty, Hsieh Finish as WTA No. 1s

Australia‚Äôs Ashleigh Barty wrapped up her second year in a row as the WTA Year-End World No.1. 11-3 in 2020, Barty did not win a Grand Slam title but did win Adelaide and reached the semis in Melbourne and Doha. Her total number of weeks at the top ranking is not an even 50 weeks. […] Continue to read full article...

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Su-Wei Hsieh’s Racquet Story

Image may contain: 1 person, playing a sport and shoes By Scoop Malinowski After her dazzling three-set, fourth-round knockout of Caroline Wozniacki yesterday at Miami Open, Su-Wei Hsieh told the story at her press conference about her unique Yonex tennis racquet and how she began to use it. She spoke in Chinese but the reporter Bowen was kind enough to share the story to me in English. Continue to read full article...




My Question To Su-Wei Hsieh at Miami Open

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  Su-Wei Hsieh continued her sensational 2019 with another stunning display of tennis genius today, defeating Caroline Wozniacki for the first time in her career, after three failures, 63 67 62. The 33 year old from China Taipei is now into the quarterfinals. Continue to read full article...




The Genius of Su-Wei Hsieh

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By Scoop Malinowski Su-Wei Hsieh scored her second win against a world no. 1 today at Miami Open 46 76 64 over Naomi Osaka. She beat Simona Halep last year at Wimbledon. Still with no official clothing, shoe or racquet sponsorship, the Taipei veteran displayed her magician skills to carve up and dismantle the world's premier champion who has won the last two major titles. Continue to read full article...




Talkin’ Tennis with Su-Wei Hsieh

Hsieh Su-wei, 2014 (cropped).jpg   By Scoop Malinowski Indian Wells doubles champion and WTA no. 18 in Porsche Race to the Finals, WTA no. 59 and 13 in doubles, Su-Wei Hsieh talked with me at Miami Open about a range of topics... Scoop: The Tennis Channel mentioned during the Indian Wells doubles final that you were an admirer of Steffi Graf which I had never heard before. I would like your comments on Graf as I'm doing a book Facing Steffi. Continue to read full article...




Hsieh’s Magic Tennis Awes Evert

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By Scoop Malinowski
Count Chrissie Evert as one who was shock and awed by the brilliant display of otherworldly tennis performed last night by Su-Wei Hsieh against Angelique Kerber in their epic fourth round duel eventually won by Kerber 46 75 62. Just look at these superlatives and praises by Evert, who won 18 singles majors and three doubles in her illustrious career. "Her tennis looks effortless. Blase." "She can do anything she wants with the ball." Continue to read full article...




Biofile: Su-wei Hsieh Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Former WTA No. 1 ranked doubles player (2014). Won Roland Garros (2014) and Wimbledon (2013) doubles titles (both with Peng). DOB: Jan. 4, 1986 In: Hsinchu, Taiwan First Memory Of Tennis: “I remember when I play the first tournament. I was playing under the big rain back home when I was […] Continue to read full article...

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