Osaka left ungrateful for her attitude Naomi Osaka said she had felt “ungrateful” over the past year because she didn’t fully appreciate her life as one of the best tennis players in the world.
World No. 2 Cincinnati revealed on Wednesday that he had defeated Kokogoff at the first non-Olympic event, the West and South Open, since he withdrew from the French Open in May.
Osaka left ungrateful for her attitude She resigned from her Roland Garros after she was punished for refusing to hold a media conference, and her mental health was adversely affected by several polls, she said.
Osaka wept, she left a press conference in Cincinnati for a short time on Monday, was asked about her relationship with her media, and returned to her topic on Wednesday.
She said at a press conference, she said, “Why was she so influenced? For example, why she was reluctant to work with the media.”
She said, “Is she scared because she sometimes saw titles that similar players lose, is the next day’s title like a farewell, or isn’t it so great anymore?
“Then I think it’s happening every day, so it feels like a win. For example, the choice to go there and see the fans who are watching people come out and see me playing.
“I don’t know when I started losing weight. It didn’t seem to be a result for me, so I wasn’t very grateful for that fact.”
Her four-time Grand Slam champion said the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic made her “really tense,” but recent events in Haiti and Afghanistan changed her mind.
A magnitude 7.2 earthquake killed more than 2,000 people in Haiti. -The country where her father was born-18.
“It’s definitely really crazy to see the world situation, like the current situation in Haiti, Afghanistan,” she said.
“And now let’s hit a tennis ball in America and let people come to see me play … I want to be myself in this situation. Nobody in the world.