Naomi Osaka seeps the classroom on her court Jennifer Brady was defeated in the Australian Open final on Saturday night.
But she also showed many courses.
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‘OMG’: Naomi Osaka’s “barbaric” behavior in his speech
The Australian Open champion could have been forgiven for wanting to leave Rod Laver Arena and celebrate with her team for winning the fourth Grand Slam title.
But for the attendees, the extraordinary move showed you all the information you need to know about the role of Osaka.
After the award of the trophy, the Japanese star signed some autographs and then began to drive towards the tunnel.
However, the crowd screamed and returned to Osaka, and the 23-year-old faithfully obeyed.
Osaka returned to the stadium and continued to sign more autographs, seeming to give every fan a precious souvenir.
“That’s great. WTA Insider Courtney Nguyen tweeted that Naomi was there to sign.
“After entering the tunnel, run back.”
Reporter Sam Landsberger tweeted: “Before leaving the Rod Laver Arena, Naomi Osaka walked right, left, up the tunnel, and then doubled to sign the total 36 signatures.
“Tennis, shows, tickets, hats, paper fans…no one missed it.
“She even poses for a photo, then throws the ball to the fans. Class.”
Before leaving the Rod Laver Arena, Osaka Naomi turned right, turned left, went through the tunnel, then doubled to sign a total of 36 signatures. Tennis, shows, tickets, hats, paper fans… no one missed it. She even poses for a photo and then throws the ball to fans. class. #ausopen pic.twitter.com/Z8TT4YxGkz
-Sam Landsberger🗯 (@SamLandsberger) February 20, 2021
Love it when the champions stop signing. Osaka is amazing in many ways.
-Rohit Brijnath (@rohitdbrijnath) February 20, 2021
Naomi Osaka is just beautiful. Speech. Autographed. smile. For more information, please! ! #AusOpen#AO2021♥️🎾
-Liz Daniels (@lizziedaniels) February 20, 2021
Naomi Osaka is so kind. Sign these children and make sure no one is missing. Very beautiful. A true champion. #AusOpen
-Yetunde (@yetundeosadiq) February 20, 2021
Naomi Osaka won the Grand Slam
Osaka is now hailed as a major double-digit winner Soaring into the thin air after waiting.
On Saturday night, the Japanese superstar became the first woman to win four Grand Slam finals since Monica Seles 30 years ago.
Osaka said: “This is an amazing company.”
“I hope I can see their careers at a glance.
“But you can only hope, and you can only go your own way. But yes, it is absolutely crazy to hear this.”
For Osaka’s opponents, bad omen, there is not even the legends Serena and Venus Williams, Stephen Graff, Martina Navratilova, Chris Evert and Bi Leigh Jane Kingdu failed to win the first four majors.
The Williams sisters are the only active players with more Grand Slams, and three-time Open champion Mats Wilander believes that she was confirmed to be Serena’s in the former world number one. After the successor and the new ruler of women’s tennis, there is still a lot to do.
Wieland said on Eurosport: “I think she has at least 10 Grand Slams.”
She said: “Her moves are very good, her body is very strong, and she doesn’t seem to be injured easily.
“When she wins, she is very soft, which means, I think, she wants to win more. Everything means she won at least 10 majors.
“She said she will get one fifth. Of course she will get one fifth. I think she must be at least 10, 11, 12.
“Since Serena is in her best form, she is the best hard court player we have in a women’s game.
“She didn’t lose the Grand Slam final, nor did she lose the second week of the Grand Slam, so I don’t know if she feels pressured.”
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