Naomi Osaka has stated that she intends to celebrate more of her own accomplishments and not worry about the expectations others place on her, as she prepares for herself. Defending his title at the US Open. Osaka’s match against Marie Bouzkova will mark the 23-year-old’s first appearance in a Grand Slam tournament since she left Roland Garros in June and skipped Wimbledon for protection. To manage his mental health. “Recently I’ve been wondering why I feel the way I do and I realize that one of the reasons is that inside I think I’m never good enough,” said the Japanese player clarified in a social media post on Sunday. “I’m going to try to celebrate myself and my accomplishments more often, I think we should all do that,” she continues. Osaka has emerged as the global face of sport. thanks to his four Grand Slam triumphs and his outspoken views on racial injustice and police violence. She beat Victoria Azarenka in straight sets in the U.S. Open final last year, before winning the Australian Open in February. “Your life is yours and you shouldn’t measure yourself by the standards of others,” said Osaka, who is the third head in the series at Flushing Meadows this year. “I know that I give my heart to all I can and if it is not good enough for some then my apologies, but I cannot burden myself with these expectations any longer.” Osaka n failed to make it through the third round of her last two tournaments, but she can count on the support of avid New York tennis fans at Flushing Meadows, where no spectators were allowed. last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The US Open runs from August 30 to September 12.

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