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Osaka announced in the build-up to the French Open that she would not attend the mandatory post-match press conferences for players, saying the questioning by journalists impacts her mental well-being. "On the $15,000 fine, you noticed we did not want to put that fine at the maximum. It was a very sensitive and difficult situation, but we believe we really treated that with respect, with care. "And yes, of course, on mental health, we can do better. The world number two's withdrawal, however, subjected the four Grand Slams to criticism from fans and pundits for their handling of the matter.
Persons: Roland Garros, Naomi Osaka, Romania's Patricia Maria Tig, Christian Hartmann, Japan's Osaka, Amelie Oudea, Castera, Gilles Moretton, We'll Organizations: Osaka, Japan's, Wimbledon, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, French, Osaka
Thinking of her late coach the whole time, Barbora Krejcikova went from unseeded to Grand Slam champion at the French Open. "Pretty much her last words were just enjoy and just try to win a Grand Slam. Krejcikova and partner Katerina Siniakova already own two Grand Slam doubles titles and are scheduled to play in the final of that event Sunday. The 31st-seeded Pavlyuchenkova was playing in her first Grand Slam final in the 52nd major tournament of her career. Saturday's matchup between two first-time Grand Slam finalists was perhaps a fitting conclusion to a two weeks filled with surprises.
Persons: Barbora Krejcikova, Krejcikova, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Roland Garros, Jana Novotna, Philippe Chatrier, Mary Pierce, Katerina Siniakova, Pavlyuchenkova, Naomi Osaka, Ash Barty, Simona Halep, Serena Williams, Iga Swiatek, Sloane Stephens, Stephens, Elina Svitolina, Coco Gauff, Maria Sakkari, Suzanne Lenglen Organizations: Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon, Grand Slam Locations: London, Britain, Czech Republic, Strasbourg, France, U.S, Czech
“In international relations, all politics is personal,” Biden said during a visit to South Korea in 2013. Just after touching down in the U.K. Wednesday, Biden told service members at a Royal Air Force station in Mildenhall that he’d visited “well over 100 countries” as a senator and vice president. Biden offered: “Possibilities.”“Personal relationships are the only vehicle by which you build trust,” Biden told Xi two years later when he returned for more meetings in Beijing. There’s a risk, though, of focusing on the personal at the expense of the substance. But Biden has often told the story of his last-known face-to-face meeting with Putin, telling him bluntly that he “has no soul.”“We understand each other,” Biden says Putin replied.
Persons: Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, Angela Merkel, Biden, China’s Xi, Naomi, ” Biden, Donald Trump’s, warily, Jen Psaki, “ He's, , , he’d, Xi, Vladmir Putin, Vladimir Putin, Jake Sullivan, There’s, Putin, Ted Kaufman, Biden’s, ” Kaufman, MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin, … He’s, Trump, “ He’s, Matthew Goodman Organizations: IVES, White, Foreign Relations, Wednesday, Royal Air Force, , U.S, Center for Strategic & International Studies Locations: England, Canadian, Berlin, China, Cornwall, South Korea, Europe, Mildenhall, Beijing, Delaware, United States, U.S
Twenty years ago, professional golfer Casey Martin landed a seismic decision from the U.S. Supreme Court. Martin had sued the PGA Tour to be able to use a golf cart during competitions because of a circulatory condition that limited his ability to walk. When tennis star Naomi Osaka said she would skip a post-match press conference, citing depression and anxiety—and then withdrew from the French Open—she raised a new question that extends to all professional sports: What sort of adjustments should be made for mental health? Legal experts and player representatives say sports bodies may need to alter athlete requirements that don’t directly relate to on-court or on-field competition—especially professional sports leagues, which unlike golf or tennis tours, are actually athletes’ employers. Ultimately, it could fall to a court to determine whether skipping a press conference in 2021 is the equivalent of using a golf cart.
Persons: Casey Martin, Martin, Naomi Osaka, Organizations: U.S, Supreme, PGA
Naomi Gonzalez and her wife Fran Dunaway created clothing startup TomboyX, a brand that aims to promote inclusivity. LGBT consumers spend $917 billion annually on goods and services, and gravitate toward brands that tout inclusion. What Gonzalez didn't know then was that her first pair of pants would change her life's trajectory, eventually leading her to launch the inclusive, gender-neutral clothing brand TomboyX. "The fact that Naomi had to overcome obstacles and come to like herself, despite the rejection she faced, comes through in the brand," Dunaway said. Naomi Gonzalez, right, and Fran Dunaway are the cofounders of inclusive clothing brand TomboyX.
Persons: Naomi Gonzalez, Fran Dunaway, Gonzalez, she'd, Gonzalez didn't, Dunaway wouldn't, Dunaway, William Branham, Rick Alan Ross, Ross, , Naomi, Scott Thompson, Sue Heilbronner, Heilbronner, Athens, Alexis DeSalva Kahler Organizations: inclusivity, Local Christian Assembly, Business, National LGBT Chamber of Commerce, Cult Education, Olympic, Pine Manor College, US, team Locations: Queens , New York, Seattle, Revenue, Cuba, Manhattan's Washington Heights, Athens, Greece, Newton , Massachusetts, Boulder , Colorado, Cuban
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) deemed that the port project at Vaiusu, west of the capital Apia, was not economically viable after it was estimated it would cost more than $300 million, sources told Reuters. But the project's chief supporter, long-serving leader Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, told parliament recently a reworked version of the "China-funded project" would cost 250 million tala ($96.9 million) to build. The ADB said in a statement to Reuters that it found in a 2015 study that the Vaiusu plan was "not economically and financially viable". One of the sources said Samoa had sought help from China after the ADB declined to support the project. 'NO STRINGS'The China-backed plan has a different wharf location, which reduces the amount of dredging required, compared with the ADB plan, thereby lowering costs.
Persons: Jonathan Barrett, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, Fiame Naomi Mataafa, Tuilaepa, Zhao Lijian, Samoa's Organizations: REUTERS, Asian Development Bank, ADB, Reuters, Samoa Observer, United Nations, Thomson Locations: Japan, Apia, Vaiusu, China, tala, Pacific, United States, Tuilaepa, Samoa, Beijing
Coco Gauff Has Become America’s Unlikely Clay-Court Star
  + stars: | 2021-06-08 | by ( Joshua Robinson | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
PARIS—In putting together the deepest major tournament run of her young career, Coco Gauff has been on court for less than five hours in total. She has reached the French Open quarterfinals by powering through three victories and a walkover. Reminders of just how young Gauff is—even by tennis standards—are everywhere. The French Open women’s draw this spring has turned into a 14-day battle of attrition. 1 and 2019 French Open champion Ashleigh Barty abandoned her second-round match due to a lingering issue with her left hip.
Persons: Coco Gauff, it’s, , — Gauff, Sofia Kenin, Gauff, Venus Williams, Patrick Mouratoglou, Serena Williams, isn’t, don’t, Naomi Osaka, Ashleigh Barty, Serena, Swiatek, Clive Brunskill, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Tamara Zidansek, ” Zidansek, , It’s, Barbora Krejcikova, Maria Sakkari, ” Gauff, Joshua Robinson Organizations: UNO, French, Roland, Garros, , Swiatek Locations: PARIS, Paris, Atlanta, Delray Beach, Fla, France, U.S, Poland, Czech Republic, Strasbourg, Greece, Joshua.Robinson
Rocker Bryan Adams to shoot 2022 Pirelli calendar
  + stars: | 2021-06-08 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
Singer Bryan Adams performs during the closing ceremony for the Invictus Games in Toronto, Ontario, Canada September 30, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch/File PhotoCanadian rocker and photographer Bryan Adams will shoot the 2022 Pirelli calendar, the Italian tyre maker said on Tuesday. "I'm proud to have been chosen as the photographer of the Pirelli Calendar 2022. As a photographer, he has snapped pictures of celebrities including actor Mads Mikkelsen, rocker Mick Jagger, model Naomi Campbell as well as Britain's Queen Elizabeth. First published in the 1960s, the Pirelli calendar has a limited run and is usually gifted to the company's clients.
Persons: Singer Bryan Adams, Mark Blinch, Bryan Adams, Adams, Robin Hood :, Mads Mikkelsen, Mick Jagger, Naomi Campbell, Queen Elizabeth Organizations: Invictus Games, REUTERS, Pirelli, The, Thomson Locations: Toronto , Ontario, Canada
Naomi Osaka announced she would be withdrawing from the French Open, citing mental health reasons. Media attention can exacerbate anxiety and depression and "impostor syndrome," according to experts who spoke to Insider. Naomi Osaka withdrew from the French Open this week after saying she gets "huge waves of anxiety" when dealing with press. Some athletes have told Magavi in therapy sessions they felt that one comment or statement they made could ruin their professional careers or personal lives, she said. "This kind of pressure can cause demoralization and cause or exacerbate self-esteem concerns, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and suicidal thoughts."
Persons: Naomi Osaka, Dr, Leela R, Magavi, Ronald Stolberg, Andy Murray, Amy Morin, Verywell, Morin, they're, I'm Organizations: Alliant International University Locations: Osaka, Paris, Scottish
Before Stephen King gets out of bed at 6 a.m., he makes a mental inventory of the things he’s grateful for. He met his wife, the author Tabitha King, at the university’s library. He and Tabitha have three children: Naomi King, 51, Joe Hill, 49, and Owen King, 44. Among the many TV shows and films based on King’s books are Carrie, The Shining and The Shawshank Redemption. His favorite book he’s ever written recently joined the list; Lisey’s Story, an Apple TV+ series directed by Pablo Larraín, premiered on June 4.
Persons: Stephen King, , , Molly, King, David, Tabitha King, Carrie, Tabitha, Naomi King, Joe Hill, Owen King, Pablo Larraín, Lisey Landon, Julianne Moore, Scott, Clive Owen, Lisey, Scott’s, ” King Organizations: corgi, University of Maine, Apple, Pepsi
Osaka withdraws from pre-Wimbledon event in Berlin
  + stars: | 2021-06-07 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
Roland Garros, Paris, France - May 30, 2021 Picture taken May 30, 2021 Japan's Naomi Osaka reacts during her first round match against Romania's Patricia Maria Tig REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/File PhotoNaomi Osaka pulled out of next week’s Berlin WTA 5000 grasscourt tournament on Monday, raising doubts about the four-times Grand Slam champion’s participation at Wimbledon later this month. The decision comes after Japanese world number two Osaka pulled out of the French Open last week on mental health grounds. "We have received notification Naomi Osaka cannot start in Berlin. After consulting her management, she will take a break," Berlin event organisers said in a statement ahead of the tournament which begins on June 14. Osaka has not revealed when she plans to play next, casting doubt on her participation at Wimbledon, which starts on June 28, and the Tokyo Olympics next month.
Persons: Roland Garros, Naomi Osaka, Romania's Patricia Maria Tig, Christian Hartmann Organizations: Wimbledon, Osaka, Tokyo Olympics, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, Berlin, Osaka
Roger Federer announced he has withdrawn from the French Open, citing previous knee surgeries, rehabilitation and saying he must listen to his body. In a press release from the Roland-Garros Tournament organizers, Federer said he didn't want to compromise his recovery despite being happy to be playing tennis again. “After two knee surgeries and over a year of rehabilitation it’s important that I listen to my body and make sure I don’t push myself too quickly on my road to recovery,” Federer said. “The Roland Garros tournament is sorry about the withdrawal of Roger Federer, who put up an incredible fight last night. Several others have already pulled out of this year's French Open.
Persons: Roger Federer, Federer, , ” Federer, champion's, Roland Garros, Roger, Guy Forget, Matteo Berrettini, Jennifer Brady, Coco Gauff, Naomi Osaka Organizations: Roland Locations: Paris
Naomi Osaka and the Cost of Ambition - The New York Times
  + stars: | 2021-06-06 | by ( Kelli María Korducki | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.96   time to read: +2 min
Unsurprisingly, it has hit women, especially mothers, particularly hard and women’s professional ambition has suffered, according to a survey by CNBC/SurveyMonkey. Or, as in some of the criticism of Ms. Osaka, as an indictment of younger generations’ work ethic. A better way of putting it: Ms. Osaka has given a public face to a growing, and long overdue, revolt. In doing so, Ms. Osaka exposes a foundational lie in how high-achieving women are taught to view their careers. The resulting ‘gender stress gap’ is undoubtedly compounded by a longstanding gender pay gap, both of which predate this pandemic.
Persons: Sheryl Sandberg Organizations: CNBC, Facebook Locations: Osaka, United States
Who's afraid of Naomi Wolf?
  + stars: | 2021-06-05 | by ( Ian Burrell | ) www.businessinsider.com + 0.00   time to read: +16 min
The academic scandal over her latest book Outrages: Sex, Censorship & The Criminalization of Love undermined her literary reputation, while raising serious questions about publishing ethics. But the whole thing erupted again early this year after Virago, Dr Wolf's British publisher, released the paperback edition with only minimal correction. Virago says that it is "satisfied that Naomi Wolf had her book checked by scholars of the period." Naomi Wolf and Alec Baldwin attend the premiere of "The End of America," a documentary adapted from Wolf's book of the same name, at the Hamptons International Film Festival in 2008. Shane Gritzinger/FilmMagic via Getty ImagesSome feminist writers who have followed Dr Wolf's career say her misuse of data is nothing new.
Persons: Wolf, Love, Naomi Wolf, Naomi, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Rosie Boycott, Virago, Harold Bloom, Katha Pollitt, James Keivom, Getty Images Pollitt, Joe Biden, Benjamin Ramm, I've, Tucker, Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, Bannon, Jim Crow, John Addington Symonds, Wolf's, Mifflin Harcourt, Dr Robin Mitchell, Matt Lodder, Dr Matthew Sweet, Sweet, Baroness Helena Kennedy, Kennedy, Dr Wolf's, Fern Riddell, Riddell, Tim Hitchcock, Dr Wolf, Oxford, Alec Baldwin, Shane Gritzinger, Joan Smith, Misogynies, , George, Bush, Edward Snowden, Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates Organizations: Democratic Party, Freedoms, New York Times, Yale, Oxford, Britain's, Occupy Wall, New, Daily, Getty Images, America, Twitter, pharma, Fox News, Esquire, Wolf's University of Oxford, Century Britain, California State University Channel Islands, University of Essex, BBC, BBC's Broadcasting House, University of Sussex, Hamptons, Getty, Young Patriot, Scottish Locations: New York, America, Maine, Oregon, Mifflin, London, Britain, Dr Wolf's British, Oxford, San Francisco, City, Liberia, Manhattan
Naomi Osaka and the Language of Fame
  + stars: | 2021-06-05 | by ( John Herrman | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
It might destroy your brain, as decades of celebrity wreckage can attest, but you’ll be adored by millions, who will have sympathy for you but perhaps not empathy. (It’s probably unreasonable, however, to believe that a post-match Q. and A. is the tool for piercing the veil of secrecy.) But the sudden rise of therapeutic concepts and language in celebrity communication can also be understood as a predictable result of the new demands of the job. Mutated forms of celebrities, like politicians, had their own native ways of appearing to “go direct,” such as speeches. If people cared about you long enough, you might have been able to cap your career with a score-settling memoir.
Persons: ” Patrick McEnroe, you’ll, Organizations: America
Swiatek overcomes slow start to reach French Open fourth round
  + stars: | 2021-06-05 | by ( Julien Pretot | ) www.reuters.com + 1.00   time to read: +2 min
Defending champion Iga Swiatek overcame a sluggish start to book her place in the last 16 of the French Open with a 7-6(4) 6-0 victory over Estonian Anna Kontaveit on Saturday. "I'm really happy because I was losing in our head-to-head 0-2 against her, so I broke that, so I'm really happy about that." Beyond the match result, Swiatek was happy that she found some consistency after her 2020 breakthrough. "I'm really happy that I'm playing consistently and I'm just trying to approach every match the same way, as I did last year," she explained. "I'm really happy I'm able to do that because many players struggle after coming back, after winning a Grand Slam, so I'm really happy that I'm able to handle it."
Persons: Iga Swiatek, Estonian Anna Kontaveit, Suzanne Lenglen, Monica Seles, Ukraine's Marta Kostyuk, Naomi Osaka, Ash Barty, Swiatek, Roland Garros, I'm Organizations: Estonian, WTA, Thomson Locations: Rome
Sweetgreen Bet Big on Naomi Osaka. Then It Doubled Down.
  + stars: | 2021-06-04 | by ( Heather Haddon | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Hours after Naomi Osakawithdrew from the French Open on Monday, the three founders of Sweetgreen Inc. gathered on a phone call. Now, she had dropped out of one of tennis’s top tournaments, citing her mental health. “The truth is that I have suffered long bouts of depression since the U.S. Open in 2018 and I have had a really hard time coping with that,” Ms. Osaka wrote in a statement posted to her social media accounts. Ms. Osaka’s manager told Sweetgreen that she planned to leave the tournament roughly an hour before the social media post announcing her withdrawal was published, said Nathaniel Ru, a Sweetgreen co-founder and chief brand officer. “We were really moved by the vulnerability of it, and how honest it was,” Mr. Ru said.
Persons: Naomi Osakawithdrew, Ms, Osaka, Sweetgreen, Nathaniel Ru, , ” Mr, Ru Organizations: Sweetgreen Inc, U.S Locations: New York, Los Angeles
Serena powers past Collins to reach last 16 in Paris
  + stars: | 2021-06-04 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
A hard-hitting contest featured 40 winners as Collins clearly decided her best policy was to fight fire with fire on Court Philippe Chatrier. Trailing 1-4 Williams responded by raising the decibel level, scolding herself even after winning points, and suddenly she began firing on all cylinders again. It's pretty cool," Serena said of the way she wrenched back control of the match. The 27-year-old Collins began to look ragged and dropped serve to love at 4-4 before Williams claimed victory to reach the last 16 in Paris for the 13th time. I feel like I have a little more time to, like, just get to balls, just hit 'em," she said.
Persons: Roland Garros, Serena Williams, Danielle Rose Collins, Benoit Tessier Serena Williams, Danielle Collins, Williams, Elena Rybakina, Collins, Philippe Chatrier, It's, Serena, Naomi Osaka, Ash Barty, Garbine, Simona Halep Organizations: decibel, Thomson Locations: Paris, France
Naomi Osaka announced she would be withdrawing from the French Open, citing mental health reasons. Media attention can exacerbate anxiety and depression and "impostor syndrome," according to experts who spoke to Insider. Naomi Osaka withdrew from the French Open this week after saying she gets "huge waves of anxiety" when dealing with press. Some athletes have told Magavi in therapy sessions they felt that one comment or statement they made could ruin their professional careers or personal lives, she said. "This anticipatory anxiety could adversely affect their processing speed and their performance during the match, game or tournament," Magavi said.
Persons: Naomi Osaka, Dr, Leela R, Magavi, Ronald Stolberg, Andy Murray, Amy Morin, Verywell, Morin, they're, I'm Organizations: Alliant International University Locations: Osaka, Paris, Scottish
Why ’90s Spaghetti Straps Are Trending This Summer
  + stars: | 2021-06-03 | by ( Rebecca Malinsky | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Tops with barely there straps are experiencing a resurgence thanks in part to the influence 1990s style icons are having on young influencers. Summer’s spaghetti-strap tops are more conspicuously designed than the hyper-minimal styles of the ’90s. But even with such distractions, slight straps can be intimidating—especially for anyone old enough to have experienced this trend its first time around. To get comfortable with the top’s skimpiness, “style it with a little cardigan over it or another shirt,” said Mr. Cateron. “It’s not too thin or too sheer...it’s not like you’re naked.” Here, three liberating—but not too-revealing—spaghetti-strap tanks to try this summer.
Persons: Jennifer Aniston, Rachel Green, Naomi Campbell, Gwyneth Paltrow, , Steven Cateron, Rebecca Taylor, Tove, Cateron, “ It’s, it’s Organizations: City Locations: cardigan, Viscose
What Happens When Mental-Health Issues Get in the Way of Work
  + stars: | 2021-06-03 | by ( Te-Ping Chen | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.97   time to read: +1 min
But Ms. Osaka’s openness about her mental-health struggles is a public example of private issues companies are increasingly facing as a young generation more candid about such challenges joins the workforce, employers say. Companies have been adjusting to meet employees’ needs with more mental-health support and services in recent years. Yet Ms. Osaka’s announcement and subsequent tournament withdrawal highlights an especially thorny question: How can an individual’s mental-health needs be accommodated when those needs affect the ability to do parts of the job? Data show a gap between how well employers think they are supporting employees and how supported those employees feel. Survey research also indicates that younger workers are more likely than older colleagues to report mental-health struggles.
Persons: Naomi Osaka, wouldn’t, Organizations: McKinsey & Co, Centers for Disease Control, . Census Locations: Osaka, French
Opinion | Women’s Basketball Is on the Rise. Is Anyone Paying Attention?
  + stars: | 2021-06-03 | by ( Sway | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.97   time to read: +1 min
LeBron James and Steph Curry are household names and brand magnates, but Diana Taurasi and A’ja Wilson haven’t quite reached that level. That’s despite being, respectively, the W.N.B.A.’s career top scorer and reigning MVP. And it’s despite the average viewership for the 2020 women’s basketball finals shooting up 15 percent from the previous year — while the men’s finals saw a 49 percent drop. [You can listen to this episode of “Sway” on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.] (A full transcript of the episode will be available midday on the Times website.)
Persons: LeBron James, Steph Curry, Diana Taurasi, A’ja Wilson haven’t, Naomi Osaka, Megan Rapinoe, Cathy Engelbert, Kara Swisher, Engelbert Organizations: Apple, Spotify, Times
Michelle Wie West Was Ready to Retire. Then She Got Mad.
  + stars: | 2021-06-03 | by ( Karen Crouse | ) www.nytimes.com + 1.00   time to read: +2 min
Giuliani’s comments crystallized Wie West’s reasons for a comeback, irking her into action. After 25 years of speaking into a microphone as a matter of duty, Wie West realized that she actually had a lot to say, and a return to competition would give her the platform to address inequities and ignorance that she hadn’t been aware of as a teenage phenom. “I thought what Naomi did this past week was incredibly brave,” said Wie West, who described her own experience with anxiety:“It’s tough, especially when you’re not doing well or there’s a lot more to life than your game. With his words, Giuliani triggered Wie West’s election to the L.P.G.A. I’ve had more conversations with her in the last two years than in her whole time on tour.”
Persons: irking, Wie, hadn’t, Naomi Osaka, Naomi, , you’re, I’m, ” Wie, Makenna, , Giuliani, Heather Daly, , I’ve
Meditation app Calm said it will pay fines for tennis players who skip Grand Slam press events. On Monday, Naomi Osaka withdrew from the French Open to prioritize her mental well-being. Meditation app Calm is standing with her and other tennis players who may be looking to do the same. Osaka's exit has sparked renewed conversation around the mental health of professional athletes. The leaders of all four tennis Grand Slams — The US Open, Australian Open, French Open, and Wimbledon — said Tuesday that they would attempt to address players' concerns about mental well-being during competition.
Persons: Naomi Osaka, Michael Phelps, Phelps, Naomi, she's, Lewis Hamilton, Wimbledon — Organizations: Delta Airlines, Guardian, CNN, Wimbledon Locations: Osaka
"Mental health is a very challenging issue, which deserves our utmost attention." "The very fact that Black, Asian and minoritized ethnic people are more likely to suffer from mental health issues such as depression and anxiety has been ignored." Osaka's sponsors, among them Nike and Mastercard, also lauded her courage in sharing her mental health experiences. He said the topic of mental health was becoming more openly discussed in other sports too, such as boxing and rugby. "Sports people are more willing to talk about mental health but the key is whether their sports are willing to listen," Hylton told NBC News.
Persons: Naomi Osaka's, Serena Williams, Coco Gauff, Sloane Stephens, Stephens, Naomi Osaka, Dan Kilvington, Kilvington, Osaka, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Matthew Stockman, Katsunobu Kato, Piers Morgan, Kevin Hylton, Hylton Organizations: Osaka, U.S, NBA, Olympic, NBC, Getty, Nike, Mastercard, Japan Tennis Association, Britain's Leeds Beckett University Locations: Osaka, United States, Haitian, French, Japan
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