Update: Obviously, Naomi Osaka suffered from foot-and-mouth fault.
After Osaka won the Australian Open, he went to social media today to clarify his confusion about accepting speeches. At this moment, she is called runner-up Jennifer Brady (Jennifer Brady) as “Jennifer”, although she was told a moment ago that her preferred form of addressing is “Jenny”.
“Oh my God,” Osaka wrote on Twitter, with two crying expressions. “I assure you that I thought I beat Jenny to her, so I was confused why the crowd was laughing. I’m sorry.”
Early: Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka got the wrong name for the game.
Osaka beat Brady 6-4 6-3 to win her second Australian Open title and fourth Grand Slam. When accepting the speech, she turned to Brady and asked: “Do you want to be called Jenny or Jennifer?”
Brady answered clearly. “Jenny.”
Osaka is not to be missed. “First of all, I want to congratulate Jennifer.”
The 23-year-old Osaka native, Japanese, continued to praise Brady. But the damage has been done because the Twitter mob riots took turns to extinguish. So far, tally seems to be split between rudeness, temporary error and trolling.
Pay attention to making your own decisions.
I like Naomi Osaka to politely ask Jennifer Brady if he prefers to be called “Jennifer” or “Jenny” and then completely ignore what she said 😆 pic.twitter.com/ b8UzciMQnF
-Michael Lee (@MrMichaelLee) February 20, 2021