Tennis player Naomi Osaka revealed on the 11th that she was pregnant on Mizuraka's SNS and said she will return to the competition next year.

Osaka has been out of the tour since her last September, and she was also due to miss the Australian Open, one of the four Grand Slams, which starts this month.

On the 11th, Osaka posted an image of an echo that seems to have taken a fetus on her SNS, and spelled out a comment in English and Japanese.

In this, Osaka said, "Every day is a new challenge and joy. One of the things I look forward to in the future is when my child sees my game and says to someone, 'That's my mom.' It is.

She then added, "I hope to see you all early next year. I will be competing at the Australian Open in 2024. I will love you forever." I made my point clear.

Osaka, a former world number one who has won four Grand Slam tournaments, is 25 years old. I was to miss the Open as well.

She is currently ranked 47th in the world.

Naomi Osaka Profile

Naomi Osaka is 25 years old.

Born in Osaka to a Haitian father and a Japanese mother, she moved to the United States at the age of three.

She turned professional in 2013, and her specialty is tennis, which makes use of her power, such as serving nearly 200 kilometers per hour and powerful strokes, taking advantage of her height of 1.80 cm.

From 2016, she began to participate in the women's tour in earnest, and she became the first Japanese player to win a singles title at the 2018 U.S. Open.

She also won the Australian Open in 2019, achieving the feat of winning two Grand Slam tournaments in a row, and became the first Asian player, male or female, to reach the number one singles ranking in the world.

In addition, at the 2020 US Open, where he won his second victory, he continued to protest racism throughout the tournament and attracted a lot of attention, and also won the Australian Open in 2021. has won four times.

She has also worked extensively beyond competition, as she was the final torchbearer at the Tokyo Olympics.

The American economic magazine Forbes reported in December last year that Osaka's annual income, including tournament prize money and sponsorship fees, was 59.2 million dollars, or about 7.8 billion yen in Japanese yen. Also known as an athlete.