Precision, rather than power, is one of Su-Wei Hsieh's primary weapons. Playing with two hands off both sides, her court sense and ability to use the entire court make Hsieh a threat in both singles and doubles. She won her first two singles titles in 2012 at Kuala Lumpur and Guangzhou. In July, 2013, she partnered Peng Shuai to win her first career Grand Slam doubles title at Wimbledon, becoming the first player from Chinese Tapei to win a Grand Slam title of any kind. In February, 2014, she partnered Peng to win the Doha doubles title—raising their record in doubles finals together to 10-0—and rose to world No. 2 in doubles, the highest ranking ever for a player from Chinese Taipei, male or female, in singles or doubles. The pair followed that up winning the 2014 Indian Wells title, raising their record in finals together to 11-0. On June 8, 2014, Hsieh and Peng won 11 of the final 13 games to beat Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci, 6-4, 6-1, in the French Open final and claim their second Grand Slam doubles title together.