Osaka meets Svitolina in AO 2019 quarterfinal
Osaka's mom is Japanese and her dad is Haitian. She was born in Japan and lived there as a kid before moving to he USA.
Fourth seed Osaka, who had booked a accepted place in her maiden Australian Open quarter-final, on Wednesday will encounter 6th seed Elina Svitolina in the last-eight match.
Indian Wells Open - https://www.livetennis.xyz/indian-wells-live-streaming-1088/ champion Naomi Osaka reported on Monday she loves to take long walks around Melbourne after her meets in the ongoing Australian Grand Slam competition. As opposed to some of her counterparts, Osaka doesn't feel the need to conceal her identity as she reveals citizens in Melbourne don't recognise her.
"I am a ghost. You do not see me," Osaka said after her fourth-round win over Anastasija Sevastova in the day at the Rod Laver Arena earlier.
Osaka, who's becoming among the most-loved tennis celebrities going around slowly, is known on her behalf funny one-liners during on-court press and interviews conferences. The 21-year-outdated from Japan, who stunned Serena Williams to fully capture her maiden Grand Slam title at US Open up, was at it once again during an interview after her win on Monday.
The 4th seed has had to combine things up during a grinding progress to the last 8 at Melbourne Park and had a need to rally from a set behind for a second match in succession to beat 13th seed Anastasija Sevastova yesterday. JAPAN player following meets 6th seed Elina Svitolina for a place in the semi-finals.
The refinements have made her a better problem-solver when under pressure, and helped throughout overhauling Sevastova and third-round opponent Hsieh Su-wei, according to her coach Sascha Bajin.
Her triumph was marred by a huge row between Williams and the seat umpire in the ultimate after the American - http://Www.hometalk.com/search/posts?filter=American was issued a code violation for on-court coaching, which is permitted at WTA events but still not allowed in the main draw at grand slams. Bajin, however, can be left cool by the basic notion of on-court coaching in every matches.