Hsu, representing Taiwan/Chinese Taipei, competed in the Women’s Doubles First Round on Sunday against the Czech Republic, the No. 1 seed. Hsu and partner Yu-Chieh Hsieh were defeated in two sets, 6-2 and 6-1.
In her sole season playing for the Red & Blue, Hsu went 44-3 in singles competition and 28-3 in doubles during the 2010-11 season. She was a First-Team All-Ivy honoree in singles and doubles (with teammate Alexa Ely) and unanimously selected Ivy League Rookie on the Year and Ivy League Player of the Year. She also qualified for the NCAA Championship Singles Championship and advanced to the Round of 32. After the season, she left Penn to pursue a pro career.
Hsu and Proestakis join the six other Penn athletes competing in the Olympics.