Tennis star Naomi Osaka withdraws from Roland Garros due to mental problems and defeat at press boycott

The Grand Slam tennis tournament at Roland Garros was stirred up everywhere yesterday. Naomi Osaka, one of the biggest female tennis stars of all time, is pulling out of the tournament. She does so when Ronald Garros fines her and threatens to excommunicate her because Osaka refuses to speak to the press. The Japanese will be away from the tennis circuit for some time to deal with his mental problems.

Naomi Osaka came before the Roland Garros debut with a striking message. She will pass out mandatory press chats during tournaments because they demand too much from her mental health. She lived up to her promise after her first round victories against Romanian Patricia Maria Tig (WTA 63) 6–4 and 7–6 (7/4). Osaka gave a brief response on the court itself, but she did not attend the press conference.

This resulted in a fine of $15,000 (12,260 euros) and warnings from the organization that he could be thrown out repeatedly. In addition, a joint statement was made by the organizations of the four Grand Slam tournaments (Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open). He announced that everyone should attend the mandatory press conference.

“Stay away from court for a while”

That was the last straw for Naomi Osaka. She also announced on Twitter that she was withdrawing from the tournament. “This is not the situation I had imagined or intended when I made my announcement a few days back. I think the best thing for the tournament, the other players, and my well being, is to step back so that everyone can focus on tennis in Paris again.”

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Osaka also discussed the mental problems she has been battling since the 2018 US Open, the first Grand Slam tournament she won. She has been a victim of depression several times in recent years. She also describes herself as an introvert and is often said to suffer from anxiety. Osaka writes, “I will be absent from the court for a while, but in the future I want to think about how we can make things better for the players, the press and the fans.”

four grand slams

Naomi Osaka’s decision is big news in the tennis world. At 23, the Japanese grown up in the United States is one of the biggest stars of female tennis. She is currently ranked second in the world rankings and has won the last two Grand Slams, which bodes well for her second victories at the US Open and the Australian Open. He has had little success so far on the gravel of Roland Garros and the grass at Wimbledon. Partly because of this, she will feel extra stressed at this time.

Along with the tennis court, Naomi Osaka is a big name. She is the face of many media campaigns and is not afraid to give her opinion on social issues. This is how he showed himself as a champion black lives matter And last year’s US Open with the name of the victim of extreme police brutality appeared on the mask of her mouth.

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