2019 US Open Champion Bianca Andreescu was beaten 6-3, 6-2 in Rod Laver in the second round of the Australian Open by number 71 in the world, Hsieh Su-wei Arena

Andreescu simply couldn’t deal with Hsieh’s unpredictable two-handed style as the Taiwanese player came out on top at most rallies in a predominantly basic fight

The eighth seed Andreescu showed signs of rust in the early stages in her early game in a competitive tournament in 15 months She admitted that her first-round win against Mihaela Buzarnescu from Romania was emotional

Hsieh took a 3-0 lead in just 12 minutes. Although Andreescu took a break, the 35-year-old took over the set for Andreescu’s serve in 39 minutes

When the 20-year-old became visibly frustrated and complained about the sweat on her hands, the momentum swung Hsieh’s way as he took an early break in the second game

A disgruntled Andreescu broke back with a mean forehand winner, but Hsieh dropped out again in the next game before holding her serve for one of the biggest wins of her career

“It’s strange that I’m usually more excited to play against a better player because you know he has all the skills on the court So you have to find a way to get through and play your game”

“It’s always not easy, but the crowd is always best for us to keep fighting”

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