Naomi Osaka explains that her sister Mari invented the Yonex racket.

“a brand-new, exquisite racquet that my creative sister Mari Osaka developed. A big thank you to Yones for supporting me all these years and being like a family to me. (PS: You can purchase these rackets and bag starting on August 25), “In a post on Instagram, Osaka.

Naomi Osaka will soon make a comeback.

Osaka is scheduled to play again at the Mubadala Silicon Valley in San Jose after being out for the past two months.

Osaka’s most recent match was in the French Open, where she lost to Amanda Anisimova in the opening round. Osaka had to take a pain reliever before entering the court for the match against Anisimova at the French Open due to an Achilles ailment.

Osaka opted to take an injury sabbatical and forgo the full grass season after losing in the first round at Roland Garros. Osaka will now participate in San Jose, where she was drawn in the first round against Zheng Qinven. However, after Osaka’s previous game, something has changed since she is currently without a coach.

Coach WIm Fissette said ten days ago that he and Osaka had chosen to part ways. “Since 2019, it has been a delight to train Naomi and watch her develop into the Champion she is today. It’s been amazing to be a part of that journey as she has inspired a whole new generation to fall in love with the game and to stand up for what they believe in.

You’re welcome, Naomi Osaka. I hope everything works out for you and am forward to write my next chapter “On Instagram, Fissette posted. How Osaka

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Naomi Osaka explains that her sister Mari invented the Yonex racket.
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