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Australian Open 2024: Hseih Su-wei-Elise Mertens Win Women's Doubles Title, Beat Jelena Ostapenko-Lyudmyla Kichenok In Final - In Pics

Hseih Su-wei of Taiwan has become the second-oldest woman to win a Grand Slam doubles title after teaming with Elise Mertens of Belgium on Sunday to win the Australian Open women's doubles. The second-seeded pairing of Hseih and Mertens beat 11th seeded Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine 6-1 7-5 in Sunday's final, Associated Press reported. It was Hseih's seventh Grand Slam women's doubles title and Mertens' fourth, their second together. Hsieh follows Rohan Bopanna of India who became the oldest men's champion when he won the men's doubles title Saturday with Matthew Ebden of Australia.

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Hsieh Su-Wei, right, of Taiwan and Elise Mertens of Belgium jump as they pose with their trophy after defeating Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine in the women's doubles final at the Australian Open tennis championships at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, Australia.

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Hsieh Su-Wei, left, of Taiwan and Elise Mertens of Belgium pose with their trophy after defeating Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine in the women's doubles final at the Australian Open tennis championships at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, Australia.

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Hsieh Su-Wei of Taiwan and Elise Mertens, left, of Belgium pose with their trophy after defeating Jelena Ostapenko, right, of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine in the women's doubles final at the Australian Open tennis championships at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, Australia.

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Hsieh Su-Wei, right, of Taiwan and Elise Mertens of Belgium pose with their trophy and ball kids after defeating Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine in the women's doubles final at the Australian Open tennis championships at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, Australia.

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Hsieh Su-Wei, left, of Taiwan and Elise Mertens of Belgium celebrate after defeating Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine in the women's doubles final at the Australian Open tennis championships at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, Australia.

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Hsieh Su-Wei, left, of Taiwan and Elise Mertens of Belgium talk during the women's doubles final against Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine at the Australian Open tennis championships at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, Australia.

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Hsieh Su-Wei, left, of Taiwan and Elise Mertens of Belgium in action Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine during the women's doubles final at the Australian Open tennis championships at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, Australia.

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Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine in action against Hsieh Su-Wei of Taiwan and Elise Mertens of Belgium during the women's doubles final at the Australian Open tennis championships at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, Australia.

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Jelena Ostapenko, right, of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine in action against Hsieh Su-Wei of Taiwan and Elise Mertens of Belgium during the women's doubles final at the Australian Open tennis championships at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, Australia.

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Hsieh Su-Wei of Taiwan and Elise Mertens, right, of Belgium in action against Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine in the women's doubles final at the Australian Open tennis championships at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, Australia.

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