Naomi Osaka, who was crowned champion at the Australian Open tennis tournament last week, is from Japan but grew up and trained all over the United States. Osaka’s mother is from Japan and father is from Haiti.
His father, Leonard Fran்கois, started coaching him tennis when he was 3 years old in Osaka. Realizing that Osaka had a great future in the sport, he later added Osaka to coach Wim Fissett. Notably, Wim Fissett coached athletes such as Simona Halep, Kim Clijsters and Angelique Gerber.
In 2018, Osaka won his first Grand Slam (US Open) title in his 20s. She defeated American Serena Williams in the final of the series.
Osaka loves video games as well as tennis. Osaka practices tennis for 4 hours daily, after which he plays video games for 4 hours daily. He is also interested in modeling.
She has participated in many modeling shows. Last year, she wore masks designed with her sister during the US Open tennis tournament. Each of these shields had the name of a victim of racism in the United States.