Su-Wei Hsieh

Su-Wei HsiehName: Su-Wei Hsieh
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Su-Wei Hsieh comes from Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) the same as 9 other players in the 2013 Australian Open and the 24th most represented country. Su-Wei Hsieh’s place of birth is Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei.

2013 Australian Tennis Open

Su-Wei Hsieh was born in 1986 on the 4th January the same year as 36 other players and also a older player, with the average year of birth being 1987. Of the 599 players we assessed here, Su-Wei Hsieh being born in January represents 10.85% of the 599 players, the highest birth month being May which represents a 11.69%.

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We have a recorded height of 1.7 metres for Su-Wei Hsieh, when compared with other players the tallest player in the competition is 2.08 metres and the shortest is 1.55 metres, with the average being 1.81 metres, this makes Su-Wei Hsieh 0.11 metres shorter than the average player.

Su-Wei Hsieh weighs in at 57.3 kilos the heaviest player weighed in at 104.5 and the lightest at 45 kilos, the average player weight is 73.73 and therefore makes Su-Wei Hsieh 16.44 kilos lighter than the average.

Tennis Playing Style

Su-Wei Hsieh is recorded as a Right hand player, the same as 356 other players in the competition, of the 419 players we analysed for this statistic, 84.9% play right handed and 15.1% play left handed.

Current Statistics & Tennis Playing History

Su-Wei Hsieh has a current singles ranking of 25 and a doubles ranking of 23. We have Su-Wei Hsieh as having played a total of 9 Australian Opens.

For the 2013 Australian Open Su-Wei Hsieh entered the Women’s Singles and Women’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles.

Su-Wei Hsieh’s best singles result was the 4th Round in 2008. Su-Wei Hsieh’s best doubles result was the Quarter Finalist in 2009 and 2011.

Su-Wei Hsieh turned professional in 2001 the same as 25 other players in the Australian Open. Since then Su-Wei Hsieh has won 36 career matches and lost 47.

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