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Naomi Osaka vs Hsieh Su-Wei Match Details
🎾 Competition: Australian Open QF
🗓 Date: Tuesday February 16
⏰ Time: 12.30pm
🏟 Stadium: Rod Laver Arena
Head to Head
Osaka leads 3-1
- 2019 | Cincinnati | Osaka 7-6 5-7 6-2
- 2019 | Stuttgart | Osaka 6-4 6-3
- 2019 | Miami | Hsieh 4-6 7-6 6-3
- 2019 | Australian Open | Osaka 5-7 6-4 6-1
Australian Open 2021 Results
- R1: def. Pavlyuchenkova 6-1 6-2
- R2: def. Garcia 6-2 6-3
- R3: def. Jabeur 6-3 6-2
- R4: def. Muguruza 4-6 6-4 7-5
- R1: def. Pironkova 7-5 6-2
- R2: def. Andreescu 6-3 6-2
- R3: def. Errani 6-4 2-6 7-5
- R4: def. Vondrousova 6-4 6-2
Naomi Osaka vs Hsieh Su-Wei Tips & Predictions
Another entertaining and fascinating contrast of styles awaits on Tuesday when the powerful Osaka comes up against the crafty Hsieh for a spot in the Australian Open semi-finals.
It will be the fifth time these two square off at tour-level, with Osaka currently holding a 3-1 advantage – however, all three of their hardcourt meetings have gone the distance, including a match at the 2019 Australian Open.
Osaka is riding a sensational 18-match winning streak coming into this showdown, including her 2020 US Open triumph. The Japanese-Haitian superstar was cruising through the draw before her R16 encounter with last year’s runner-up Garbine Muguruza, with Osaka saving match points and recovering from 3-5 down in the decider to emerge triumphant.
Hsieh meanwhile has put together an extraordinary tournament, becoming the oldest player to make their maiden Grand Slam quarter-final. The 35-year-old took out Bianca Andreescu in the second round and was excellent in dispatching Markets Vondrousova in straight sets in the R16.
As mentioned, these two have played some marathon battles in the past and we could be in for another cracker in Melbourne. Osaka has the firepower, but Hsieh’s unorthodox game has frustrated her considerably in their previous meetings.
I think when push comes to shove, Osaka is playing good enough to find the solutions in this match-up once again, but Hsieh will make her work for it, which should see over 19.5 games.