Naomi Osaka showed her dream car!



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Naomi Osaka showed her dream car!

Through an Instagram story, Naomi Osaka shared her dream car with her followers.The Japanese talked on Instagram with her fans and she answered about all the questions about things she loves. Through the Instagram tag ask me anything, Naomi received many questions: her fans also asked her to show what her dream car was.

Osaka posted a pic of a Nissan GTR R35, writing: "And then I want there to be neon pink lights inside with as much girly stuff as possible!" On the same occasion, the Japanese, from a Haitian father, also answered a question about which are her favorite Haitian dishes.

She said she love to eat fish, legume and tassot cabrit. Naomi is expected to participate in the Australian Open 2022, after the personal and media tribulations she experienced in 2021, seasons in which she won her 4th Slam in Melbourne, but during which she revealed that she suffered from depression and mental health problems.

In Melbourne she will be one of the favorites for the final victory. At the Australian Open there will be neither Roger Federer nor Serena Williams, while the participation of Novak Djokovic is still in doubt. During the entire season, Osaka received the support of many tennis players, former tennis players, sportsmen and fans, once again showing the human side of her character, so admired by fans and insiders.

Pic by Naomi Osaka's Instagram profile

Naomi's career

Naomi Osaka has won seven WTA titles out of eleven finals played, winning four Grand Slam tournaments: the US Open in 2018 and 2020 and the Australian Open in 2019 and 2021.

Following her first Australian success, on the 28 January 2019 she became the first Asian to reach the first place in the world ranking. Naomi was the first Japanese to win a Grand Slam title and the third in the Open era to qualify for the WTA Finals.

In 2019 and 2020 she was the highest paid female athlete ever, grossing $ 37 million and $ 60 million respectively. On 23 July 2021, at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, she was the torchbearer who lit the Olympic brazier.