Naomi Osaka Biography and Wiki
Naomi Osaka is a beautiful and talented Japanese professional tennis player. She is known for been ranked No. 1 by the Women’s Tennis Association and also being the first Asian player to reach the top of the singles rankings. Naomi is a four-time Grand Slam singles champion and the current US Open and Australian Open champion. She has seven WTA Tour titles, two of which are at the Premier Mandatory level.
Naomi Osaka Age | How old is Osaka?
Naomi was born on 16th October 1997, in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan. She is currently 23 years old as of 2020. Naomi usually celebrates her birthday on 16th October of every year.
Naomi Osaka Height and Weight
Naomi stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches with a moderate weight.
Naomi Osaka Family
Naomi was born to Tamaki Osaka and eonard François. She has an older sister Mari whose a former pro tennis player.
Naomi’s family moved from Japan to Valley Stream, New York, on Long Island, when she was three years old to live with her father’s parents. Watching the Williams sisters battle at the 1999 French Open motivated her father to teach his girls how to play tennis.
Despite having no prior tennis expertise, he attempted to replicate how Richard Williams raised his daughters to become two of the finest players in the world despite never having played the sport himself.
Naomi Osaka Boyfriend
Naomi is in a relationship with rapper Cordae, they two have been together since 2019.
Naomi Osaka Net worth| How Rich Is Osaka?
Naomi has an estimated net worth of $ 60 million dollars, this is from her career as a pro tennis player.
Naomi Osaka Cordae
Naomi is in a relationship with American rapper Cordae. The two have been dating since 2019.
Naomi Osaka Body Measurements
- Full Names: Naomi Osaka
- Age: 23 years old
- Birthday: October 16
- Height: 5 feet 9 inches
- Husband: Travis Luther
- Net Worth: $60 million
Naomi Osaka Wikipedia
Naomi was born and reared in the United States, but her parents insisted that their girls represent Japan. They asserted, “Naomi’s decision to represent Japan was decided at a young age. She was born in Osaka and raised in a family that mixed Japanese and Haitian culture. Simply said, Naomi and her sister Mari have always felt Japanese, so it was the only explanation we could come up with.
It was never a financial decision, and we were never persuaded in either direction by any national federation.” The lack of interest from the United States Tennis Association (USTA) when she was a young player may have partly influenced her decision.
Naomi has never competed on the ITF Junior Circuit, the world’s premier junior tour, and has only competed in a few junior tournaments at any age level. Instead, she went straight to the ITF Women’s Circuit, where she played her first qualifying match on her 14th birthday in October 2011.
In March, she made her professional main draw debut in doubles with her sister Mari at her next tournament. Meanwhile, it took her until July, in her seventh attempt, to qualify for her maiden singles main draw. Her finest performance of the 2012 season came in the semifinals of the ITF $10K event in Amelia Island, where she lost to her sister.
Naomi began her professional career in September 2013, just before her 16th birthday. In the same month, she qualified for her first two WTA Tour tournaments, the Challenge Bell in Québec and the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo. It was her first professional competition in Japan in the latter tournament. Naomi qualified for her maiden WTA main draw at the 2014 Stanford Classic the following summer.
She beat world No. 19 Samantha Stosur in a close match in which she saved a match point in the second set tiebreak and rallied from a 5–3 deficit in the third set. She was only 16 years old at the time and rated No. 406 in the world.In her only other WTA main draw of the year, Osaka won a match as a wild card in the Japan Women’s Open. These victories propelled her into the top 250 of the WTA rankings by the season’s finish.
At the Australian Open, Naomi was seeded third. She beat Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Caroline Garcia, and Ons Jabeur in straight sets before beating Garbie Muguruza in three sets in the fourth round, despite facing match points in the third set.
She went on to win her second Australian Open championship by defeating Hsieh Su-wei in the quarterfinals, Serena Williams in the semifinals, and 22nd seed Jennifer Brady in the final. Along with Roger Federer and Monica Seles, she became one of only three players in the Open Era to win her first four Grand Slam finals.
During the opening ceremony, Naomi lighted the Olympic cauldron. She was ranked second in the world heading into the Tokyo Olympics. After two straight-set triumphs, she was defeated 6-1, 6-4 by eventual finalist and silver medalist Marketa Vondrousova in the third round of the games.
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