Women’s tennis player Naomi Osaka (27, Japan), who had been away from the court for over a year due to pregnancy and childbirth
was unable to maintain her winning spirit on her return and suffered a come-from-behind defeat. 메이저사이트 백링크
Osaka lost to Karolina Pliskova (32, Czech Republic, world No. 39) in the women’s singles round of 32 at the Women’s Professional Tennis (WTA) Tour held in Brisbane
Australia on the 3rd with a set score of 1-2 (6-3 6-7<4-7> We lost 4-6).
Although she won the first set, she lost the remaining two sets and fell to her knees.
Osaka, who won the official singles return match (round of 64 of the competition) held on the 1st, was unable to overcome the ‘difficult enemy’ Pliskova that day.
Pliskova is a talented person who won this competition three times (2017, 2019, 2020) and rose to world number one in singles in July 2017. 토토사이트 백링크
Osaka’s previous record against Pliskova widened to 2 wins and 4 losses.
Osaka, who returned to the court after a year and four months due to pregnancy and the birth of her daughter after the Tokyo Pan Pacific Open in September 2022
participated in this tournament to check her skills ahead of the Australian Open, the first major tournament of the season
which opens on the 14th. Although she was eliminated early, she put up an equal fight against former world No. 1 Pliskova, raising expectations for the upcoming Australian Open.
Osaka made her name known by defeating Serena Williams (43, USA, retired), who reigned as the ‘Empress of Tennis’ at the time, at the 2018 US Open when she was 21 years old and lifting the championship trophy.
She then rose to the top at the 2019 Australian Open, becoming the first Asian player to do so. Law rose to No. 1 in the singles world rankings for the first time in history for both men and women. 토토사이트 백링크
She has won a total of four major titles, including the 2020 US Open and the 2021 Australian Open. However
he later complained of symptoms of depression and went through a difficult mental period, so the 2021 Australian Open was the last time he won on the tour.
Born to a black father from Haiti and a Japanese mother, he has also raised voices regarding human rights for blacks and Asians based on his multicultural identity.