Forced into an early save from Shaun Maloney which he dealt with well, and was unable to do anything about Boyce's inventive goal.
Succeeded in keeping Di Santo and Kone largely quiet throughout the game.
A good option down the flank, yet struggled against Beausejour, who was often allowed to cross far too easily.
The Welsh youngster continues to deputize for Neil Taylor at both club and country level, and once again proved himself an adequate replacement for the left back.
Went through large periods of the game untested, yet will have been disappointed to allow Wigan back into them game. Did well to prevent an outright comeback with the momentum firmly with the Latics at the end of the game.
Definitely the Swans most creative player, the wideman was a constant thorn in the side of the Wigan backline, particularly with 27-year-old reveling in a free role across the front three. Showed a great turn and spin in the buildup to Hernandez's opener.
Kept the ball ticking over nicely, and was metronomic throughout with his passing without making any real impact on the game.
Will have been disappointed with his first half display after a series of wayward passes. However, showed a distinct improvement in the second, and was ready to test Al Habsi from distance.
J. de Guzmán
The midfielder was lively throughout, and certainly looks to make things happen, even if his vision doesn't quite come to fruition at times. Grabbed an assist when teeing up Hernandez for Swansea's opener.
While the Spaniard will take time to adapt to life at Swansea, he did show flashes of the talent that persuaded Laudrup to part with such a significant sum of cash - including a well-taken goal.
Deployed as a lone frontman, the Spaniard linked up nicely with Routledge throughout, and caused problems for the Wigan central defense by playing off the shoulder. His accuracy in front of goal was sometimes lacking, but aerially he dominated, rounding off his performance with a goal to temporarily give his side a 2-0 lead.
Ali Al Habsi
Despite the home side enjoying the lion's share of possession, Al-Habsi's goal went largely untested until the second half. Things soon changed, however, and the shot-stopper may feel he could have done more to prevent Hernandez's opener.
Was sloppy when losing out to Routledge in the first half and fortunate not to see Swansea capitalize, and could have done better to prevent Michu doubling the hosts lead. Gave his side a lifeline with a great back heel however.
A difficult afternoon for the left back, who was often beaten by Routledge and Rangel down the flank or forced into rash clearances.
Looked less error prone than Boyce, but the reliable center back sometimes struggled with the aerial threat of Michu, who eventually made him pay with a well-taken header at the near post.
Will be massively disappointed to have been beaten so easily by Routledge for Swansea's opener.
Quiet display in the center of the park, although his scuffed effort led to Boyce grabbing a quick response for the Latics after Swansea sped out into a 2-0 lead.
Can cut a frustrating figure but often looked threatening down the left-hand flank. Failed to capitalize on a perfectly-weighted through ball from Maloney when in on goal but made up for his sloppiness with a key interception to prevent De Guzman taking a first-half lead.
The Scottish midfielder linked well with Kone in the opening stages, but as with the rest of his team, soon appeared less threatening as the game progressed.
A solid display from the Scotsman, who showed good work ethic and attacking intent throughout. Could have done better with early chances in the first and second halves.
F. Di Santo
Extremely quiet afternoon from the 23-year-old, who failed to contribute at all throughout his 80 minutes on the field. Replaced by Gomez.
Started brightly, holding the ball up well before teeing up Maloney for an early chance. Seemed to run out of steam as the game progressed, yet will feel aggrieved to have been denied the equalizer by the linesman's flag.
Was a presence in midfielder, yet the ball often found its way through the Wigan midfield following his arrival as the game became increasingly stretched.
Late cameo from the South American, whose biggest contribution was to unnecessarily foul Vorm in the final minute of stoppage time.