Naomi Osaka crashed out of the third round of the WTA and ATP Miami Open on Saturday (Mar 23) as Hsieh Su-Wei exacted revenge for a painful Australian Open defeat with a 4-6, 7-6 (7/4), 6-3 victory. World number one Naomi Osaka (pictured March 22, 2019) had looked in little danger after winning the first set and moving a break ahead in the second. (Photo: AFP/MATTHEW STOCKMAN) World number one Osaka had looked in little danger after winning the first set and moving a break ahead in the second. But Taiwan’s Hsieh, who was a set and 4-1 up in Melbourne earlier this year before losing to the Japanese star in the third round, battled superbly to leave the Miami Open wide open following the withdrawal of Serena Williams on Saturday afternoon with a knee injury. “This was a very emotional win for me,” said Hsieh who hit 39 winners, one less than her opponent, with both winning 69% of points on their first serves. “Any time you beat one of the top players it is amazing.” Osaka’s second-round win over Belgian Yanina Wickmayer on Friday saw a second set wobble from the two time Grand Slam winning star and… Read full this story
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