osaka: Naomi Osaka is absent from Wimbledon. I found why

Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka misses Wimbledon this year. Osaka, who is a four-time champion, has announced that she will be absent from this year’s tournament. The absence is the second time in a row as Osaka missed last year’s game due to mental health issues.

Naomi Osaka’s seasons so far have been plagued with injuries. She has only accumulated 17 games under her belt due to repeated injuries. His ranking also dropped this week to 43.

Speaking about her latest injury, Osaka tweeted that an injury to her left Achilles kept her out of Wimbledon this year.

Osaka wrote that his Achilles is not fully recovered, which also affects him mentally. She also added that the way one adapts to uncomfortable situations says a lot about one’s character. She felt like life was continually dealing its cards and she would never get used to it.

Osaka’s last match was the first round of the French Open on May 24. She lost the match to Amanda Anisimova.

In 2019, Naomi Osaka ranked first in the Grand Slams. After starting her career, she won four Grand Slam titles on the hard court, including the following –

US Open in 2018

Australian Open in 2019

US Open in 2020

Australian Open in 2021

However, after that his ranking dropped due to his continuous absences from important matches. While Osaka has ruled out Wimbledon, she has not commented on her US Open appearance. However, Osaka should remain hopeful of her Grand Slam return so she can put her name to the top again.

This year too, Osaka misses Wimbledon. After the third round in 2018, Osaka haven’t won a single game at the All England Club. At Wimbledon 2019, Osaka lost the first round. In 2020, the tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, she did not participate due to mental health issues.

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