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Naomi Osaka
Naomi Osaka

Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka didn’t have a good start to the new season. Earlier in the season, she played at the 2022 WTA Melbourne Summer Set Tournament where she won the Quarterfinals by beating Andrea Petkovic 6-1,7-5 but lost the Semifinals to Veronika Kudermetova.

After that she played at Australian Open 2022 But even there, she had no luck winning the title as she qualified for the third round by defeating Madison Brengle 6-0,6-4 in the second round, but she lost the third round to Amanda Anisimova with the score 6-4,3-6,6-7.

Naomi Osaka on Instagram

Naomi Osaka
Naomi Osaka

Recently Naomi posted a couple of pictures of her on her Instagram handle with the caption: “Even though there will be hard times, everything will be fine”. Naomi posted some random pictures of her in the post. There were also some videos where she was seen chilling. She also included a video of Michael Jackson singing, the song the dance legend sang was about hope and that everyone should believe in themselves.

Osaka tries to give hope with her post. She says no matter how hard things are, how bad the situation is, she will always turn and change for the better. Everything will be fine because nothing stays the same, be it good or bad. She also shared a heartfelt video of legendary showman Michael Jackson.

It was no secret that we had a nervous breakdown a few days ago. She refused to attend the press conference because it was affecting her mental health. But the star is improving and gradually she’s back in action.

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