Naomi Osaka $ 7 million home in Beverly Hills
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Naomi Osaka is always at the center of media attention, both on the court and off the court. After everything that happened before her and during her Roland Garros, Naomi has returned to the US, to her $ 7 million home in Beverly Hills, to recover and figure out how to face the next few weeks, with a view of Wimbledon.
And speaking of her luxurious home in Beverly Hills, Osaka bought the house in 2019, shortly after defeating Serena Williams at the 2018 US Open. The winner of 4 Slam titles in the last year alone has raised nearly $ 38 million in cash prizes and sponsorships, making her the highest-paid female athlete in history, according to Forbes.
Her Beverly Hills home consists of three bedrooms and four bathrooms, purchased by Nick Jonas, who bought the property shortly before his engagement to Priyanka Chopra in 2018. Located high in the mountains above Beverly Hills, the property spans over 4,100 square feet and is set on a half-acre lot.
Raised ceilings and skylights allow for an abundance of light throughout the home. A dream, in short.
The Japanese, in a brief statement after withdrawing from Paris, said: "Just want to thank you for all the love," Osaka wrote on her Instagram story.
Inside Naomi Osaka's $7M Beverly Hills home she bought from Nick Jonas https://t.co/tUAqH2RzCi pic.twitter.com/aFUyTNozpG — New York Post (@nypost) June 2, 2021
“Haven't been on my phone much but I wanted to hop on here and tell you all that I really appreciate it." Naomi was the protagonist of another incredible protest in 2020. At the Western & Southern Open to protest Jacob Blake's shooting, then don masks with the names of black victims of racist violence or police brutality during the US Open, after all that has happened since the shocking death of George Floyd and with the birth of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Wimbledon will begin on June 28, 2021, following the cancellation of 2020 due to the global health emergency triggered by the global COVID-19 pandemic. Naomi Osaka should be one of the absolute protagonists of the London fortnight, but to date there are real doubts about her landing in British land.