Best Quotes of Naomi Osaka

Naomi Osaka is a well-known Japanese tennis player who is ranked No. 1 by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). Naomi Osaka, the first Asian player, is a three-time Grand Slam singles champion who has previously covered the US Open.

Naomi Osaka has also won six WTA titles on the WTA Tour, but her first Grand Slam singles title came in 2018 at the US Open, and her second came in 2019 at the Australian Open.

Naomi Osaka
Naomi Osaka ( Source: Pinterest)

Furthermore, Osaka was born to a Haitian father and a Japanese mother on October 16, 1997. She has been properly trained in the United States since she was three years old. Her commitment to tennis and passion for the sport made her one of the most well-known athletes on the planet.

The following quotes from the highest-paid athlete will inspire you.

I get that I’m tan, and I would stand out a little bit in Japan.”

“In my day-to-day, I might speak, like, 10 sentences.”

“Actually, I live in FL now. But, I mean, of course I’m very honored to be playing for Japan. But my dad’s side is Haitian, so represent.”

“When you have to do small talk, you know, ‘Hello, how are you?’ after that, I don’t know what to do. I go, ‘OK, then,’ and walk away.”

“I can’t let myself act immature, in a way.”

“Sorry, public speaking isn’t really my strong side.”

“When I play my match, everything else is completely not in my mind anymore.”

“You just gotta keep going and fighting for everything, and one day you’ll get to where you want.”

“I feel like I play better when I’m calm. There is an inner peace I can tap into sometimes during my matches.”

“I think, for me, I just really want to have fun with every match that I play because tennis is a game.

“You know how some people get worked up about things? That’s a very human thing to do. Sometimes, I don’t know – like, I feel like I don’t want to waste my energy doing stuff like that. I think about this on the court, too.”

“I can’t really act entitled.”

Naomi Osaka
Naomi Osaka ( Source: Pinterest)

“Even when I was a little kid, I always dreamed that I would play Serena in a final of a Grand Slam.”

“For me, as long as my family’s happy, I’m happy.”

“The thing is, I’m used to handshakes. Every time someone comes for a hug, I’m very confused. I’m told that I give out the worst hugs, too.”

“For me, every practice and match I’ve played, it feels like the year is short and long at the same time. I’m aware of all the work I put in.”

“Most people know me for U.S. Open, right? And during U.S. Open, I didn’t show any emotions most of the time. But then after that, I did show – well, in my opinion, it was a lot of emotions. I got upset, and then I threw my racket or stuff like that.”

“I’m not really the type that spends money on myself.”

“It’s not necessarily the best situation for me to try to hug someone unless I really know them. And I don’t really know anybody, so.”

“For me, grand slams are something you dream about playing as a kid.”

“I’m just really excited every time I play a match.”

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