Naomi Osaka with baby bump chilling out in Japan!
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"I can't wait to get back on the court; in the meantime here's an update on my 2023. The last few years have been interesting to say the least, but I find it's the hardest times in life that can prove to be the most enjoyable.
These months away from the world of tennis have truly given me a new love and appreciation for the sport I have dedicated my life to.I realize that life is so short and I don't take any moment for granted,every day is a new blessing and adventure.
I know I have so much to look forward to in the future, one thing I look forward to is for my child to watch one of my games and tell someone: that's my mom. 2023 will be a year full of lessons for me and I hope to see you all early next year as I will be at the Australian Open 2024.
I love you all infinitely. I don't think there is a perfectly correct path to take in life, but I've always thought that if you carry on with good intentions you will eventually find your way." With these words the Japanese star Naomi Osaka announced her pregnancy a few weeks ago.
A news that excited all her fans and her colleagues. Now, the very strong and beautiful 4-times Slam champion is enjoying a relaxing time in Japan, as can be seen from the photo that Osaka herself shared on her Twitter profile. Naomi She's crossing the street, in the middle of the buildings, with her baby bump on display!
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Naomi Osaka coached by Andre Agassi?
Naomi Osaka on the court, Andre Agassi watches her.
After the skip at the Australian Open 2023, she announced the pregnancy of her first child. Launched into the world of fashion, between Nike and Victoria's Secret, the Slam champion has declared that she will return to the tour in 2024.
A return that could be followed by big news: Agassi as her next coach? Although there has been no news about it, the winner of four Grand Slam titles has published a video in which she trains and the former world number one on the men's circuit watches her behind her; while a photo of her also immortalizes her with the wife of the American and Grand Slam champion Steffi Graf.
Should this condition occur, there would be two returns: that of Osaka and that of Agassi. The former tennis player has already tried to be a tennis coach on the men's circuit. He was Novak Djokovic's coach from 2017, a few days after the start of the Roland Garros, until spring 2018, when they announced their separation.
The second experience was next to Grigor Dimitrov, followed right at the end of the experience with the tennis player from Belgrade. After the Bulgarian, nothing more, if not rumors: he was compared to the Sinner team, when he expected the name of the one who would accompany Vagnozzi; just as there were rumors of his presence in the team of Sebastian Korda, son of one of the past rivals of the American tennis player.