Thank you Naomi Osaka for enlightening and bringing a different vibe to Haitian culture. But Naomi, stop praising your adversary

Fred - October 11 2018, 10:45 PM

I am happy for miss Naomi Osaka for enlightening and bringing a different vibe first to the Haitian culture, second to women's mind in general, then to the tennis world.

But I also have some criticism for which she may not care about today, but let's read this note like if it was five years from now.

You will see that she regrets spending too much time praising her adversary -- someone who doesn't really care much about her.

And she's spending her whole entire victory over idolizing Serena Williams.

Come on champs! Almost every interview she has a chance to attend she's praising Serena Williams.

Now Osaka is the best because she defeated the best!

PBP!

(Point, Blank, Period).

Originally posted as a reply to International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief says before Naomi Osaka women's tennis lived in the shadow of the men's game in Japan, we thought it would be a great topic by itself.

What do you think about it?

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