Hsieh Su-Wei - Agnieszka Radwanska
Australian Open women - 20 January 2018
Australian Open – Follow the Tennis match between Su-Wei Hsieh and Agnieszka Radwanska live with Eurosport. The match starts at 16:00 on 20 January 2018. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.
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It's Kerber up next for her, though - how fascinating will that be? Very, is the answer.
Hsieh is looking really good, and is so interesting to watch. She might be unorthodox but that's entertaining.
HSIEH 6-2 7-5 RADWANSKA: Tenacious rallying from Hsieh Su-Wei, just exhausting Radwanska, who serves her first double fault of the set. Hsieh takes her second match point and reaches the second week of a slam for the first time in a decade!
HSIEH 6-2 6-5 RADWANSKA: Radwanska is cursing the let cord, which is not her friend; Hsieh's team are urging her on now. Can she break and finish this off?
HSIEH 6-2 5-5 RADWANSKA: A more tentative game from Hsieh as Radwanska ratchets up the pressure.
HSIEH 6-2 5-4 RADWANSKA: And a love service game for Hsieh, putting a halt to Radwanska's momentum and recovering some of that earlier aggression.
HSIEH 6-2 4-4 RADWANSKA: Strong service game from Radwanska, and some ballooning returns from Hsieh.
HSIEH 6-2 4-3 RADWANSKA: Radwanska breaks back and this is such terrific rallying! Clever, creative, fleet of foot.
HSIEH 6-2 4-2 RADWANSKA: Another break to love for Hsieh, using the drop shot to great effect, and making the most of Radwanska's hampered movement.
HSIEH 6-2 3-2 RADWANSKA: The Pole is coming to the net more, and after this game has her knee taped up again. It's possible this additional movement is troubling her.
HSIEH 6-2 2-2 RADWANSKA: This is a resurgent Radwanska now, fuelled by her anger, perhaps.
Radwanska is having her knee taped up again.
HSIEH 6-2 2-1 RADWANSKA: Radwanska breaks back, and is aggrieved by insects on court. There's plenty of rage on show out there.
HSIEH 6-2 2-0 RADWANSKA: Agnieszka Radwanska is not a happy woman and is debating with the chair umpire's decision not to let her replay a point. She demands to speak to the supervisor - who overrules the chair. Exciting! Hsieh still breaks to love, though.
HSIEH 6-2 1-0 RADWANSKA: Radwanska is putting up more of a fight with the added support of that tape round her left knee, but it's Hsieh who claws her way to a hold.
Hsieh is swishing some strokes about while Radwanska has her knee taped up.
The trainer is out and looking at Radwanska's left knee.
HSIEH 6-2 RADWANSKA: Radwanska's forehand is lacking, and the flags are waving for Hsieh Su-Wei, looking to back up her impressive win against Garbine Muguruza here.
HSIEH 5-2 RADWANSKA: Hsieh has an unusual game but it's working for her. She'll have the chance to serve this first set out.
HSIEH 4-2 RADWANSKA: Hold to 15 for the Pole, who's trying to get her feet moving quicker.
HSIEH 4-1 RADWANSKA: Hsieh recovers her own serve as well to extend her advantage in this first set.
HSIEH 3-1 RADWANSKA: Hsieh's look of concentration is impressive. That's another break of serve for her.
HSIEH 2-1 RADWANSKA: But Agnieszka Radwanska breaks right back. This is looking like it'll be as close as anticipated.
HSIEH 2-0 RADWANSKA: That's the quick start Hsieh wanted. She's in such great form.
HSIEH 1-0 RADWANSKA: Hsieh Su-Wei holds serve to get us up and running.
Aga Radwanska and Hsieh Su-Wei are about to get under way. This should be fun.