Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka become Adidas' highest-paid female endorser ever

Naomi Osaka, the Haitian-Japanase tennis player who beat Serena Williams at the US Open Grand Slam final, is reportedly about to land the biggest deal Adidas has ever given a female athlete... possibly in the $10 million range.

PHOTO: Naomi Osaka, Haitian-Japanese Tennis Player at the 2018 US Open
PHOTO: Naomi Osaka, Haitian-Japanese Tennis Player at the 2018 US Open

This is the highest deal ever given to a female athlete by the apparel brand.

When you add the $3.8 million she made as prize money for winning the Grand Slam final at the US Open, 20-year-old Osaka will become the No. 2 on the Forbes 2018 list of highest-paid athletes female athletes, right behind her idol Serena Williams.


PHOTO: Naomi Osaka's Father, Leonard Maxime Francois, at the 2018 US Open Finals

Daddy must be really proud of you, Naomi!

After you give Ellen her cut, w a oye ti pam lan pou mwen pitit... LOL...

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