On her official Twitter account, Naomi Osaka commented about a Japanese comic duo saying the former world No. 1 needs bleach. Osaka wrote: “Too sunburned” lol that’s wild. Little did they know, with Shiseido anessa perfect UV sunscreen I never get sunburned."
Asked if her triumph in Osaka had changed her ambitions, Naomi replied: "Hasn't really changed anything. I've always played well in Tokyo. I've always been kind of vocal that I've wanted to win it. That's just one of accomplishment that I wanted to do.
I'm kind of just taking it step-by-step from there." Asked if she will hire a new coach within the end of the season, Osaka said: "I'm ending it with my dad. Like, it's pretty good so far. Yeah, I feel like it would be too rushed to, like, bring someone on right now anyways.
It's pretty much gearing towards the end, so..." Meanwhile, Pablo Carreno Busta was asked how he dealt with Alexander Bublik's fast serves in the Chengdu Open final on Sunday. The Spaniard said: "That is a good question.
Before the match, I knew that Alex is serving really good. (The) first serve and also second. Very strong both. I tried to focus on my serve and I try to but the longer when I return. The first serve, he made a lot of aces but when he missed the first serve, I can return the second serve. That’s the way to try to do the break and finally to do the break, you need to win your serves."