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Grand Slam Record

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W/L
35/41
2021

Australian Open

QF x1
2021

Roland Garros

R32 x1
2017

Wimbledon

R16 x1
2018

US Open

R64 x5
2021, 2019, 2018, 2013, 2008

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Personal

Currently coached by Frederic Aniere
Father Hsieh Tze-Lung sadly passed away in 2023; mother is Ho Fom-Ju; has six siblings
Born and grew up in Kaohsiung; introduced to tennis by father at age 5 in Hsin-Chu; now lives and trains in Taipei
Interests include listening to music, reading, writing, shopping, taking pictures and cooking
Favorite tournament is Roland Garros
Idolized Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi growing up

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (3): 2018 - Hiroshima; 2012 - Kuala Lumpur, Guangzhou.

DOUBLES
Winner (34): 2024 - Australian Open (w/Mertens), Indian Wells (w/Mertens); 2023 - Roland Garros (w/X.Wang), Wimbledon (w/Strycova); 2021 - Wimbledon, Indian Wells (both w/Mertens); 2020 - Brisbane, Dubai, Doha, Rome (all w/Strycova); 2019 - Dubai, Madrid, Birmingham, Wimbledon (all w/Strycova); 2018 - Indian Wells (w/Strycova); 2017 - Biel/Bienne (w/Niculescu), Budapest (w/Kalashnikova); 2014 - Doha, Indian Wells, Roland Garros (all w/Peng); 2013 - Rome, Wimbledon, Cincinnati, Guangzhou, WTA Finals (all w/Peng); 2012 - Birmingham (w/Babos); 2011 - Guangzhou (w/S.Zheng); 2009 - Sydney, Rome, Beijing (all w/Peng); 2008 - Bali (w/Peng), Seoul (w/Chuang); 2007 - Beijing, Seoul (both w/Chuang).
Finalist (14): 2020 - Australian Open (w/Strycova); 2019 - WTA Finals (w/Strycova); 2019 - Osaka (w/Y.Hsieh); 2018 - Dubai (w/Peng); 2017 - Cincinnati (w/Niculescu), New Haven (w/Siegemund), Seoul (w/Sh.Hsieh); 2015 - Doha (w/Mirza); 2014 - WTA Finals (w/Peng); 2008 - Pattaya City (w/King), Cincinnati (w/Shvedova); 2007 - Auckland (w/S.Uberoi), Bangalore (w/Kudryavtseva); 2004 - Seoul (w/Chuang).

ADDITIONAL
Chinese Taipei Fed Cup Team, 2003, 2006-08, 2010, 2012, 2015-16; Chinese Taipei Olympic Team, 2012.

Career in Review

After taking 2022 away from the sport, Hsieh returned to compete in doubles in April 2023 at Madrid reaching QF (w/Strycova). Then won two Grand Slam doubles titles in 2023; Wimbledon (w/Strycova) and Roland Garros (w/Wang Xinyu), also reached SF at US Open (w/Wang Xinyu). Competed in singles at only three tournaments in 2023; Strasbourg, Wimbledon and Cincinnati.

Singles highlight in 2021 was reaching maiden Grand Slam QF at Australian Open (l. eventual champion Osaka), upsetting No.8 seed Andreescu en route

Forged a successful partnership w/Mertens in doubles, winning Wimbledon and Indian Wells, while finishing R-Up at WTA Finals Guadalajara

In doubles, finished 2020 as the WTA Year-End World No.1 for the first time in her career, having first ascended to the top ranking on May 12, 2014

Posted 1-6 record in singles in 2020, with sole win coming at Roland Garros over Haas before falling to the eventual champion Swiatek

Reached a Tour-leading five doubles finals in 2020 (w/Strycova), lifting titles at Brisbane, Dubai, Doha, and Rome, and finishing as runners-up at the Australian Open

Alongside Strycova, the pair posted a 14-match winning streaking between title runs at Dubai, Doha and Rome, and reaching R16 at Roland Garros

The team was nominated for the WTA Doubles Team of the Year award for the second straight year in 2020

Singles season in 2019 highlighted by SF runs at Auckland (l. Andreescu) and Dubai (l. Kvitova), and QF at Miami (l. Kontaveit)

Reached as high as No.24 in 2019 – one spot shy from her career-high of No.23 (achieved on February 25, 2013)

Registered nine Top 20 wins across the 2019 season, over No.11 Sevastova, No.7 Kerber, No.5 Ka.Pliskova (all at Dubai), No.1 Osaka, No.13 Wozniacki (both at Miami), No.16 Q.Wang (Stuttgart), No.10 Sabalenka (Birmingham), No.17 Q.Wang (Cincinnati) and No.18 Wozniacki (Wuhan)

Enjoyed great success in doubles in 2019, winning her third Grand Slam doubles trophy at Wimbledon (w/Strycova)

Captured three additional doubles titles w/Strycova at Dubai, Madrid and Birmingham and finished as R-Up at WTA Finals Shenzhen (l. Babos/Mladenovic) and Osaka (l. Chan/Chan)

Won third WTA singles title at 2018 Hiroshima – others both coming in 2012 at Kuala Lumpur (as qualifier, d. Martic in F) and Guangzhou (d. Robson in F)

Other highlights of 2018 season were SF runs Auckland (l. eventual champion Goerges), Rabat (l. eventual champion Mertens), Seoul (l. Tomljanovic) and Tianjin (l. Garcia). Also made QF at Strasbourg and equaled best Grand Slam result by reaching R16 at Australian Open and Wimbledon

Upset No.1 Halep during R16 run at 2018 Wimbledon for first win over a reigning World No.1

Returned to Top 30 on September 17, 2018 for the first time since reaching career high of No.23 on February 25, 2013

Reached QF at Nanchang (l. Y.Wang) in 2017 and concluded season with runner-up effort at WTA 125K Series event at Hua Hin (l. Bencic)

Singles highlights in 2016 included SF run at Kaohsiung (l. Doi) and QF showing at Prague (l. eventual champion Safarova)

Won three doubles titles in 2014, including Roland Garros, alongside Peng Shuai. Also became first player from Chinese Taipei (male or female) to achieve the No.1 doubles ranking on May 12, 2014 – held top spot for five weeks

Lifted maiden Grand Slam doubles title at 2013 Wimbledon (w/Peng, d. Barty/Dellacqua in F)

Lifted first two WTA singles titles in 2012, at first Kuala Lumpur (d. Martic in F) and then Guangzhou (d. Robson in F). Just second player from Chinese Taipei to win a Tour-level singles title (Wang Shi-Ting won six titles in 1990s)

Qualified for 2012 Tournament of Champions-Sofia (went 1-2 in round robin play)

Made her Top 100 debut on January 28, 2008 at No.95 after R16 run at Australian Open (l. No.1 Henin) and her Top 50 debut on September 24, 2012 at No.39

Chinese Taipei Fed Cup Team, 2003, 2006-08, 2010, 2012, 2015-16; Chinese Taipei Olympic Team, 2012

On ITF Circuit, winner of 26 singles titles and 23 doubles titles

Played first professional tournament at ITF level in New Zealand in 2001; started career by winning first 33 matches (mix of ITF and tour level)

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Mar 4, 2024 694
Feb 26, 2024 696
Feb 19, 2024 695
Feb 12, 2024 694
Feb 5, 2024 696
Jan 29, 2024 695
Jan 15, 2024 710
Jan 8, 2024 712
Jan 1, 2024 717
Dec 25, 2023 713
Dec 18, 2023 713
Dec 11, 2023 710
Dec 4, 2023 709
Nov 27, 2023 702
Nov 20, 2023 701
Nov 13, 2023 703
Nov 6, 2023 703
Oct 23, 2023 698
Oct 16, 2023 696
Oct 9, 2023 690
Oct 2, 2023 695
Sep 25, 2023 690
Sep 18, 2023 694
Sep 11, 2023 696
Aug 28, 2023 692
Aug 21, 2023 689
Aug 14, 2023 695
Aug 7, 2023 685
Jul 31, 2023 679
Jul 24, 2023 679
Jul 17, 2023 672
Jul 3, 2023 961
Jun 26, 2023 954
Jun 19, 2023 951
Jun 12, 2023 942
May 29, 2023 944
Oct 10, 2022 718
Oct 3, 2022 715
Sep 26, 2022 574
Sep 19, 2022 578
Sep 12, 2022 580
Aug 29, 2022 393
Aug 22, 2022 349
Aug 15, 2022 312
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Aug 1, 2022 278
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Jul 11, 2022 288
Jun 27, 2022 276
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May 23, 2022 280
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Apr 25, 2022 264
Apr 18, 2022 261
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Apr 4, 2022 258
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Feb 28, 2022 253
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Feb 14, 2022 235
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