Hsieh Su Wei is an international professional Taiwanese women’s tennis player. Currently, she is a world number-1 in doubles.
She has won three singles and 28 doubles on the WTA Tour, also 27 WTA singles, and 23 doubles titles on the ITF Circuit. And she won seven medals at the Asian Games, a gold medal, and a bronze medal at the Summer Universiade 2005.
Hsieh Su-Wei’s Salary and Net worth
Her current salary is US$ 9,069,136 USD. Basically, she is an international Taiwanese women’s tennis player who has a net worth of $5 million USD.
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Her age and height
She was born on 4 January 1986. According to the date, her current age is 37 years old. Her height is 5 feet 7 inches or 167cm.
Hsieh Su-Wei’s husband or boyfriend
She is married to Peng Shuai. The couple got married on 25 February 2013. The first time, she reached world No. 1 in doubles for the first time with her life partner Peng Shuai. She loved her boyfriend Frederic Andere and she has been enjoying a stellar period in her tennis career.
Hsieh Su Wei’s tennis ranking, family, biography, career, and more
|Hsieh Su-wei's Tennis career, family, net worth and more|
|Her height, weight, age, family, house, biography, tennis career details|
|Full or real name||Hsieh Su-wei|
|Profession||Taiwan professional women's tennis player|
|Height in cm and m||169cm or 1.69m|
|Height in feet inches||5 feet 7 inches|
|her weight in Kg (approx)||57|
|Weight in IBS||126 Ibs|
|hair Style||Big hair|
|Body fitness||Not known|
|Date of birth||1986-01-04 00:00:00|
|age||37 years (as of 2023)|
|Birth place||Hsinchu, Taiwan|
|Her Tennis career, Grand Slam and details|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
|National team||Taiwanese team|
|Price Money||US$ 9,069,136|
|Career Record||511–326 (61.1%)|
|Highest Ranking||No. 23 (25 February 2013)|
|Current Ranking||No. 63 (10 May 2021)|
|Grand Slam Singles Result|
|Australian Open (Junior)||QF (2021)|
|French Open||3R (2017)|
|Wimbledon (Junior)||4R (2018)|
|US Open (Junior)||2R (2008, 2013, 2018, 2019)|
|Career Record||499–258 (65.9%)|
|Highest Ranking||No. 1 (12 May 2014)|
|Current Ranking||No. 2 (10 May 2021)|
|Grand Slam Doubles Result|
|Australian Open||F (2020)|
|French Open (Junior)||W (2014)|
|Wimbledon (Junior)||W (2013, 2019)|
|US Open||SF (2012)|
|Other doubles tournaments|
|Tour finals||W (2013)|
|Olympic games||QF (2012)|
|Fed Cup||21–12 (63.6%)|
|Her father, mother, salary, wife, family, net worth and more|
|Net worth||$5 million USD|
|father name||Hsieh Tze-lung|
|mother name||Ho Fom-ju|
|brother||Hsieh Chen-an, Hsieh Cheng-ving, Hsieh Cheng-yen and Hsieh Cheng-peng|
|Sister||Hsieh Yu-Chieh and Hsieh Shu-ting|
|Marriage date||2014-05-12 00:00:00|
|twitter address||Twitter open|
|Hobbies||Swimming and playing tennis and golf|
|Does she like smoke||N/A|
|Does she drinking alcohol||N/A|
|Favourite animals||Dog and cat|
|Favorite tennis player||Unknown|
Hsieh Su Wei tennis career and news
Hsieh played at Indian Wells, losing in the 1st round to Elena Vesnina in three sets, in March 2008.
At the Australian Open 2009, she was upset by Chan Yung-Jan in the first round of women’s singles. At Wimbledon in 2010, she reached the semifinals of mixed doubles, with Paul Hanley.
She won the title later her opponent, Petra Martić was forced to retire after trailing 4–1 in the final set due to severe cramping in 2012.
Hsieh created the grass-court season by getting into the quarterfinals at the $75k event in Nottingham, falling to CoCo Vandeweghe.
The silver medalist in mixed doubles with Andy Murray at the Olympic games 2012 had defeated both four-time Grand Slam winner Kim Clijsters and French Open 2011 champion, Li Na, en route to the fourth round at the US Open 2012 less than a month past.
She lost in experiences for both tournaments but received a lucky-loser advertisement in Brisbane due to Caroline Wozniacki retreating late.
Hsieh won her first doubles with Peng Shuai in 2014 and reached a high career of world No. 2 in doubles at Doha.
After, she pulled off the biggest victory of her career by defeating the reigning Miami Open 2017 champion and world No. 8, Johanna Konta, in the first round, her first-ever released victory over a top-10 player.
She caused the biggest upset of the contest thus far by defeating the 3rd seed and reigning Wimbledon champion, Garbiñe Muguruza.
Her latest career news
Hsieh started the year with another semifinal route at the Auckland Open 2019, where she fell to Bianca Andreescu, then a 2nd round loss in Sydney to Petra Kvitová.
Hsieh defeated Tsvetana Pironkova, US Open winner Bianca Andreescu, and French Open 2020 finalists Sara Errani and Markéta Vondroušová to spread her maiden Grand Slam singles quarterfinal.
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