Naomi Osaka is a Japanese professional tennis player.
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Naomi Osaka is a Japanese professional tennis player.
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Naomi Osaka's has been ranked world No 1 in singles by the Women's Tennis Association and is the first Asian player to hold the top ranking in singles.
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Naomi Osaka is a four-time Grand Slam singles champion, with two Australian Open and two US Open titles.
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At the 2018 US Open and the 2019 Australian Open, Naomi Osaka won her first two major titles in back-to-back tournaments.
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Naomi Osaka made her breakthrough into the upper echelon of women's tennis in 2018 when she won her first WTA title at the Indian Wells Open.
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In mid-2021, suffering from depression and other issues, Naomi Osaka retired from the French Open, dropped out of Wimbledon, and lost early at the US Open.
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Naomi Osaka's closed down the rest of her tennis season to focus on family and health.
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From 2018 to 2021, Naomi Osaka won a major singles title in four consecutive years, with her streak ending in 2022.
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Naomi Osaka is one of the world's most marketable athletes, having been ranked eighth among all athletes in endorsement income in 2020.
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Naomi Osaka's was the highest-earning female athlete of all time by annual income that year.
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Naomi Osaka has gained significant recognition as an activist, having showcased support for the Black Lives Matter movement in conjunction with her matches.
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Naomi Osaka's has an older sister, Mari, who is a former professional tennis player.
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Naomi Osaka began coaching Naomi and Mari once they settled in the United States.
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Naomi Osaka's practiced on the Pembroke Pines public courts during the day and was homeschooled at night.
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Naomi Osaka's was born in Osaka and was brought up in a household of Japanese and Haitian culture.
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Naomi Osaka never competed on the ITF Junior Circuit, the premier international junior tour, and only played in a small number of junior tournaments at any age level.
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Naomi Osaka's instead skipped to the ITF Women's Circuit and played her first qualifying match in October 2011 on her 14th birthday.
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Naomi Osaka has never won a title at the ITF level, only managing to finish runner-up on four occasions.
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In September 2013, Naomi Osaka turned professional shortly before turning 16 years old.
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Naomi Osaka's was still just 16 years old and ranked No 406 at the time.
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Naomi Osaka won a match as a wildcard at the Japan Women's Open, her only other WTA main draw of the year.
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Naomi Osaka's won her first match at the US Open, but was unable to qualify for either main draw.
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Naomi Osaka's only managed to do so at a single event, the Charleston Open, where she lost her only match in the main draw.
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Nonetheless, Naomi Osaka was ranked high enough to be directly accepted into the main draw of the French Open.
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Naomi Osaka's won the first set against No 6 Simona Halep, but ultimately lost the match.
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Naomi Osaka's then did not play the grass-court season after suffering an injury shortly after the French Open.
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Naomi Osaka's did not win more than two main draw matches at any event all year.
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Naomi Osaka's had a strong debut at Wimbledon, upsetting No 23 Barbora Strycova, before losing to No 11 Venus Williams.
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Naomi Osaka's then closed out the tournament with a win in the final over fellow up-and-coming player Daria Kasatkina, making her the youngest champion at the event in ten years.
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Naomi Osaka's reached the third round at both the French Open and Wimbledon, matching her best performance at each tournament.
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Naomi Osaka did not have another breakthrough result until the US Open, where she won her second title of the year.
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Naomi Osaka was drawn against Madison Keys in the semifinals, and was able to avenge her tough loss from the 2016 US Open to advance to the final.
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Naomi Osaka then reached the semifinals at the Premier Mandatory China Open.
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Naomi Osaka's lost all three of her round-robin matches, notably retiring against Bertens due to a hamstring injury to end her season.
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Naomi Osaka finished the year as the WTA Tour leader in prize money, having earned almost $6.
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Naomi Osaka entered the Australian Open as the fourth seed and one of eleven players in contention for the world No 1 ranking.
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Naomi Osaka's became the first Asian player to be ranked No 1 in the world in singles.
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Naomi Osaka's withdrew from the latter due to a right hand injury.
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Naomi Osaka matched her best result at the French Open, losing to Katerina Siniakova in the third round.
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Naomi Osaka only played four tournaments in 2020, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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At the US Open, Naomi Osaka walked onto the court for her seven matches wearing a different black mask, each of which with the name of an African American who had been killed in recent years often without significant repercussions.
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Naomi Osaka returned to the Miami Open as the second seed, making the quarterfinals for the first time.
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Naomi Osaka's lost the quarterfinal in a shock defeat to Maria Sakkari, winning just four games, being given a bagel in the first set.
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At the US Open, Naomi Osaka failed to defend her title, losing her composure and the match to the eventual tournament runner-up, Canadian Leylah Fernandez in the third round, despite serving for the match in the second set.
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Naomi Osaka returned to competition at the Melbourne Summer Set 1 tournament seeded No 1 and made the semifinals, before withdrawing due to an abdominal injury.
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Naomi Osaka described being happy despite the loss and discussed steps she is taking to improve her mental health and have "more fun on the court".
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Naomi Osaka's dropped 71 spots in the WTA rankings to No 85 following the tournament, with the tournament absences in 2021 contributing to the drop.
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Naomi Osaka was upset by a heckler in the crowd during the second round and was in tears during the match.
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Naomi Osaka's reached her first final since the 2021 Australian Open after defeating 22nd seed Belinda Bencic in the semifinals.
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At the Canadian Open, Naomi Osaka retired from her first match against Kaia Kanepi due to back injury.
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Against home favorite Danielle Collins, Naomi Osaka started positive into the US Open but lost the first set in a tiebreak, and her first-round match in two sets.
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At this point, Naomi Osaka returned to the team and won her opening match against Heather Watson.
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Naomi Osaka made her Hopman Cup debut in 2018 with Yuichi Sugita.
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Naomi Osaka's lost in the 3rd round of the games to eventual finalist and silver medalist Marketa Vondrousova after two straight set victories.
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Naomi Osaka's has excellent raw power, especially on her forehand and her serve.
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Naomi Osaka could hit 160 kilometers per hour forehands at the age of sixteen, and her serve has been clocked at up to 200 kilometers per hour, making her one of the ten fastest servers on record in WTA history.
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One of the first notable instances in which that strategy proved successful was when Naomi Osaka made her first career WTA final at the 2016 Pan Pacific Open.
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Naomi Osaka credited improving her mental approach and cutting down on unforced errors for her breakthrough season in 2018.
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Naomi Osaka was coached by her father Leonard Francois from the age of three.
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Naomi Osaka was her coach in 2013 when she reached her first ITF final.
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Naomi Osaka's rose to No 1 in the world after having never previously been ranked above No 40.
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Naomi Osaka's won her first two tournaments with him back as her coach.
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Naomi Osaka's subsequently hired Wim Fissette at the start of the 2020 season.
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Naomi Osaka is one of the most marketable athletes in the world.
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Naomi Osaka's plays with the Yonex Ezone 98 racket, equipped with Polytour Pro 125 and Rexis 130 strings.
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Naomi Osaka has been represented by the IMG management company since 2016.
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In 2022, Naomi Osaka left IMG, in order to set up her own sports management agency, Evolve, alongside her agent, Stuart Duguid.
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On 20 June 2022, Naomi Osaka announced that she had signed Nick Kyrgios as her first client.
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Naomi Osaka is a brand ambassador for Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan and Japanese electronics manufacturer Citizen Watch.
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Naomi Osaka's endorses several other Japanese companies, including noodle maker Nissin Foods, cosmetics producer Shiseido, the broadcasting station Wowow, and airline All Nippon Airways .
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In January 2021, Naomi Osaka was named the brand ambassador for Tag Heuer watches, as well as for Louis Vuitton; she appeared in their Spring-Summer 2021 campaign.
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Naomi Osaka's outlined her personal reasons for supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and protesting against police brutality in an op-ed in Esquire magazine.
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Naomi Osaka's was honored as one of the Time 100 most influential people in the world in 2020 for her activism, having been named to the list in 2019 for representing professional tennis well as an excellent role model and a major champion.
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Naomi Osaka has been featured as the main character in a manga series published by Kodansha in Nakayoshi, a leading Japanese shojo magazine.
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Naomi Osaka had a shy, reserved personality in her early years on the WTA Tour.
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Naomi Osaka began a relationship with American rapper Cordae in 2019.
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In May 2022, Naomi Osaka announced after being represented by IMG for six years, she is partnering with her agent, Stuart Duguid to form her own sports agency, Evolve.
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Naomi Osaka has suffered with depression since the 2018 US Open.
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Naomi Osaka's said the consistent therapy really helped and she is better prepared for incidents in the future.
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