Tennis player Naomi Osaka, who gave birth to a baby girl in July, gave an interview to NHK in the United States on the 7th, saying, "Now I want to play for my daughter, and I want to win more of the four major tournaments and achieve everything I can."

The 6-year-old Osaka, a former world No. 1 and four-time champion of the four major tournaments, gave birth to her first child, a baby girl, Shy, in July.

After taking a break from tour events in September last year, she resumed training in October after giving birth and is expected to return to the four major tournaments at the Australian Open in January next year, in addition to entering the first round of next season, which will start at the end of this month.

On the 9th, Osaka gave an interview to NHK in Los Angeles, USA, where she has been practicing, and showed her nimble movements by rallying with her coach and practicing her serve in a comfortable climate with a temperature of nearly 10 degrees Celsius.

In an interview with NHK after the practice, Osaka said, "I'm genuinely happy to be on the court, and I like to compete, so I'm excited to be able to compete at the top level again."

"I want to win more of the four major tournaments and do everything I can."

As for his goals after returning to the team, he said, "I wasn't the type to play for myself, but now I want to show my daughter the world, I want to play for her, I want to play at the Paris Olympics, I want to win more of the four major tournaments and I want to do everything I can."

Osaka had decided to return to the sport in December last year, before giving birth, and said, "I did weight training during pregnancy, but I couldn't put on such a high load because I had morning sickness, and I gained a lot of weight because I needed to eat. She also revealed for the first time about her life during pregnancy.

In addition, she said, "In the first chapter of my tennis life, I played honestly and instinctively, and now I want to study tennis more and learn more about this sport, and I want to play with gratitude."