Naomi Osaka can win the Australian Open 2022



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Naomi Osaka can win the Australian Open 2022

Naomi Osaka is unstoppable and she can win the Happy Slam in this first half of 2022. The Japanese tennis player passes the second round of the Australian Open, winning against Madison Brengle in two sets, with a score of 6-0, 6-4.

The winner of the last Australian Grand Slam will face the young American, Amanda Anisimova in the third round. In the press conference after the match against Brengle, Naomi Osaka talks about 18 wins out of 19 games played at Melbourne Park: "I don't know why I'm so good at playing here.

I have very good memories of Australia, even when I was younger and playing football. qualifications. Having positive memories of a tournament helps a lot in terms of motivation. Maybe that's the reason I'm so good in this tournament."

The latest victory was hers against Madison Brengle in the second round of these Australian Open: "I am very happy with the victory. I started the game very well, as if I had adapted 100% to the conditions on the pitch.

In the second set she improved a lot and caused me some problems. I was a little blown away by her game change. I'm glad I was able to counter-break in the game later, otherwise she would have caused me a lot of problems.

" Although overwhelming, Naomi Osaka's victory was partly painful: the Japanese tennis player had to recover a break from behind in the second set. "The moment I lost my serve I felt very disappointed in myself.

Still, I need situations like this in the Grand Slams to know how to adapt to future occasions," said the Japanese. "I found a way to fight and get the score back in the next game. I broke down mentally, I made a few double faults and the game was on the verge of getting complicated.

I did well." The game situation that was created is also the result of a good match played by Madison Brengle: "It was interesting to compete with her. I remember when I was younger and I watched her play on the Tour.

I loved the way she fought on every ball. She is a very offensive player, she is an all or nothing player and that is why in many games she makes too many unforced errors. She today she didn't have her day and even if it is true that I have some things to improve, like my shots at the net, the sensations I had in the match were very good " After the second round of these Australian Open, it's time to immediately think about the third, where Osaka will face Amanda Anisimova: "We played two years ago in an event that we did before Indian Wells.

I have never trained or played against her; therefore, it will certainly be a difficult match to play," said the Japanese tennis player. "It's nice to see her, because I've heard her story about her and everything she's been through recently and it's very rewarding to see her at this level.

It's amazing to see the new generations coming. Besides being a good tennis player, I consider her a very good person," she concluded.