‘Anything can happen’ for Hsieh after Kerber shocker in Dubai

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    “I haven’t really won a lot of matches here before. Every time I come and I win a match, I was like, ‘Oh, yeah, I win a match!’ I’m excited,” she said, triumphantly raising her arms.

    “At the moment I think I’m doing pretty good. I don’t want to put any pressure, and enjoy the tennis. I will try to enjoy more.”

    Playing with two hands on both sides, the two-time Grand Slam champion and former No.1 in doubles first enjoyed singles success with her unorthodox game in 2008, reaching the second week of the Australian Open, and earned a career-high ranking in 2013, shortly after winning a second WTA title.

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