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Osaka marks return to tennis with a win

Naomi Osaka broke her competitive tennis fast after the five-month virus shutdown, with the former No. 1 defeating Czech Karolina Muchova  6-7(5), 6-4, 6-2 on

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Osaka serves a slo-mo: watch the video here

Naomi Osaka returned to the courts at the US Open venue this week, posting a video of her serving at the Arthur Ashe Stadium. “Hi

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Barty cashes in on success with Forbes rating

World No.1 Ash Barty has been confirmed as one of the world’s highest-paid female athletes after Forbes magazine released its list of Top 10 highest

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Osaka fun video goes viral

Former World No. 1 Naomi Osaka may be quiet around the tennis circuit but her instagram account is attracting plenty of views after she posted

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Osaka confirmed as wildcard for Western & Southern Open

Naomi Osaka has been confirmed a wildcard entry for the Western & Southern Open. There has been some doubt over her participation in the WTA

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Osaka hits back at bikini post critics

Naomi Osaka has lashed out at online critics who called on her to maintain her “innocent image” after she posted a picture of herself wearing

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Japanese journeymen now in doubt over tennis restart

Japanese journeymen are concerned about the possible health implications of the August tennis restart after nearly five months of COVID-19 lockdown. While national mega-names Naomi Osaka and

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Osaka sisters launch online sale of COVID masks

Naomi Osaka and tennis-playing sister Marie are pitching in during the COVID-19 crisis, with the pair selling masks online in aid of Japan’s arm of

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Future ‘bleak’ for women’s tennis

The future promise of two-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka and current No. 1 Ash Barty has apparently been dismissed by a former US Open


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Photographers Roger and Anne Parker were in New York to capture those special moments from the US Open