Through her official Instagram profile, Naomi Osaka has published a series of the most beautiful photos of her on the occasion of the closing of the Olympic games. Among the photos there is an illustration that Masashi Kishimoto, a famous manga artist from the Naruto series, of which Naomi is a big fan, drew, starring Osaka in a managa version alongside the female protagonist of Naruro, Sakura Haruno.
Despite the disappointment of Tokyo's third round defeat to Marketa Vondrousova, despite the pressure she is receiving and despite some unfair criticism from the Japanese media, Naomi offered a very interesting insight, including behind the scenes, as moments of life.
daily, like eating a serving of sushi. The Olympics marked Osaka's first return to the court since she made the decision to drop out of both the French Open and Wimbledon because of struggles with her mental health. Some days ago, on Twitter, she wrote: "Never let anyone's opinions or comments influence how you view your own life and priorities."
A painful defeat, but surely Naomi will have the chance to take back what she has left on the street in recent months.
Naomi, after winning the Australian Open 2021, took part in the Roland Garros, where she overtook Patricia Maria Tig with a score of 6-4 7-6, but later, due to the pressure received from the organizers and the possible disqualification from the tournament due to upon the decision to cancel the press conferences, Naomi decided to retire before the second round match, which saw her opposed to Ana Bogdan.
In addition, the multiple Grand Slam champion was fined $ 15,000. She communicated her retirement di lei, with the return to the field at a later date, through the various social media. Osaka came back on the court in July at the Tokyo Olympics, where she was also the torchbearer who lit the Olympic brazier.
On that occasion she won in the first round against Zheng Saisai 6-1 6-4 and then against Viktorija Golubic 6-3 6-2. In the third round, however, she was defeated by Marketa Vondrousov for 1-6 4-6.