Can Naomi Osaka get out of the Top-10?

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Can Naomi Osaka get out of the Top-10?

Since her arrival in the professional circuit, the Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka has always been one of the best of her. The talented Japanese is the only one, together with Roger Federer and Monica Seles, to have won all the first four Grand Slam finals played, a result that has led her to make the history of her country.

Naomi reached the top of the WTA rankings, consistently beat the best of the circuit and won important titles. In recent years she has been a constant presence in the Top 10 of the WTA rankings but nevertheless that could change in the coming months.

The 2021 of the tennis player has started very well but she has slowly suffered a sudden collapse. Naomi's 2021 got off to a great start with her winning the Australian Open, but she later began her important struggle with mental health issues.

Can Naomi Osaka get out of the Top-10?

It all started at Roland Garros where Osaka refused to attend the meeting with the media in Paris and after receiving a fine she decided to leave the tournament and retire. After this sensational decision Naomi Osaka has also made it official to withdraw from the Wimbledon tournament.

From that difficult situation Naomi has played three events, namely the Olympics, Cincinnati Open and Wimbledon and on all three occasions she has succumbed in the third round. Given her recent results, the tennis player could even leave the women's singles Top-10.

Recent statements after the Wimbledon knockout have made insiders worry: "Recently, when I win, I don't feel happy. I feel mostly relieved. But then when I lose I feel very sad, I don't think it's normal. Basically I feel like I'm still trying to figure out what to do and I honestly don't know when my next tennis match will be."

Currently Naomi Osaka has only 700 points ahead of Simona Halep, current number 11 in the world and with the swing. Asian chances of coming out of the Top Ten of the world rankings are really very high.