19-year-old Yuka Saso, who won the women's golf overseas major "US Women's Open", held a remote press conference and said, "I was very happy and I spilled tears when I expressed my gratitude to my family." I looked back.

Saso, who won the playoffs with 22-year-old Nasa Hataoka at the United States Women's Open this month, achieved her third major overseas title as a Japanese female player.

Saso, who had a remote press conference from the United States for the Japanese press on the 14th, said, "I am very grateful for the support of many people. I spilled tears, "he recalled.

After that, he said, "I don't think I've come close to my dream when I started playing golf because it's the best in the world. I have a long life in golf, so I want to enjoy playing golf and aim for the best in the world."

In addition, Saso, who has Japanese and Philippine nationalities, expressed his intention to participate in the Tokyo Olympics as a representative of the Philippines, and expressed his enthusiasm, saying, "I want to do my best so that I can enjoy playing my own golf."

Saso will be competing in the Women's PGA Championship, an overseas major, which will be held later this month.