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Naomi Osaka

Facts of Naomi Osaka

Full Name: Naomi Osaka
Birth Date: October 16, 1997
Age: 26 years
Gender: Female
Profession: Tennis Player
Country: Libra
Horoscope: Libra
Height: 5 feet 11 inches (1.80m)
Break UpNone
Net Worth$8 million dollars
Salarynot revelaed
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBrown
Body Size32-30-34
Birth PlaceOsaka, Japan
NationalityAmerican, Japanese
EducationBroward Virtual High School
FatherLeonard Francois
MotherTamaki Osaka
SiblingsNami Osaka
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Imagine being near your idol, Naomi Osaka did more than just that. She played against her idol, Serena Williams and managed to win. The professional tennis player has raised the bar for the tennis player around the globe and managed to become a reckoning force.

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Naomi Osaka boyfriend, dating life:

Naomi Osaka is open to share about her professional life but the same cannot be said about her dating life. She has kept secret from the media and public.

The tennis player hasn’t dated with boyfriend of any sort even after scrolling through her Instagram. She seems to be more focused on her career and hasn’t posted or announced about her dating life.

How does Naomi Play?

Osaka has an aggressive playing style. Her excellent raw power on her forehand permits her to hit serves at the speed of 125 miles per hour. Therefore, she has been included in the top ten fastest servers on record in WTA history. However, Osaka’s key to success is to be able to win long rallies.

Furthermore, she credited improving her mental approach and cutting down on unforced errors for her breakthrough season in 2018.

Naomi career and highlights:

Naomi’s father taught her tennis at a very young age. He tried to emulate Richard Williams, who trained his daughters to become the best players in the world. After Naomi moved to Florida, She trained on the Prembroke Pines public courts. Furthermore, at the age of 15, she started working with Patrick Tauma at the ISP Academy. She later trained at the ProWorld Tennis Academy.

Osaka, being a prodigy, debuted at the ITF Women’s Circuit on her 14th birthday. Later, her debut was a professional main draw debut in doubles at her next Tournament in March with her sister Mari.

Her achievement went all up-hill from there. She reaches third round of Australian Open in her Slam debut, French Open during the clay season and 2016 US Open. Furthermore, she achieved her breakthrough at the 2016 Troy Pan Pacific Open. She succeed in reaching WTA  final but was defeated by Caroline Wozniacki. The Prodigy was voted the newcomer for the year at the 2016 WTA Awards.

Osaka had a bad start in 2017. She lost Australian open and Dubai Tennis Championship in the second round. Her opponents later defeated her in Indian Wells, the Miami Open, and the Volvo Car Open. She failed to get successful results from her clay season.

Osaka defeated Sara Sorribes Tormo but got defeated by Venus Williams in the third round at 2017 Wimbledon. She defeated the defending champion Angelique Kerber in the first round, making her biggest achievement at the U.S. Open. Venus Williams later lost against Osaka in the second round of the Hong Kong Open in October 2017. Osaka again defeated the former world No.1 Maria Sharapove in the first round of 2018 BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells.

Osaka considered Serena Williams as her idol. So, she must have felt proud after she defeated Serena in the first round of Miami Open in March 2018. However, Osaka wanted to play Serena in Final.

Osaka was the first Japanese tennis player to win a major tennis tournament after she won the 2018 US Open trophy. In addition, Osaka defeated Lesia Tsurenko in the quarterfinal and Madison Key in the semifinal to reach Grand Slam final. Consequently, she reached career-high world ranking of number 4.

Osaka’s cash prizes and net worth:

Osaka has won back-to-back grand slam titles. Consequently, she has received hefty prize money for her wins.

The player received $3,104,114 for her win over Petra Kvitova taking her through the $10 million mark in career prize money. After she defeated 23-time grand slam winner Serena Williams for her first major title at the U.S Open, she later became the first Japanese-born tennis player to win a grand Slam title. She received a whopping $3.8 million paycheck.

Osaka doesn’t only earn from the court. Rumor says, she earns more off-court. As a superstar in Japan, 22 million television viewers tuned in to watch the Australian Open finals.

IMG represents Osaka since 2016. Yonex has supplied her rackets. Adidas endorsed her from 2015 to 2019 until she switched to Nike. Osaka is also the ambassador Nissan and Citizen Watch. In addition, Japanese companies had endorsed her. FORBES estimated she made $15 million in endorsements a year.

The superstar has an estimated net-worth of 8 million dollars. Unlike many, she forgets collecting her checks. She also avoids flaunting her cash on social media.

Naomi Osaka Wiki bio, Birth place, Parents, siblings:

Naomi Osaka is a Japanese American tennis player. She was born in October 16, 1997 making her age 21. Her birthplace is Osaka, Japan. She was born to her parents: Leonard Francois and Tamaki Osaka. The player also has a sister Mari who is also a professional tennis player. She started her school at Elemont Alden Terrace Primary and high school at Broward Virtual High School.

Naomi Osaka Height, Weight, and Body Features:

Naomi Osaka has a height of 5 feet 11 inches and a weight of 70 kg.

She has a body measurement of 32-30-34.

The color of her eye is Black and hair is brown.