When the match starts, you will be able to follow Naomi Osaka Livescore, updated point-by-point. Statistics are updated at the end of the game. Statistics are updated at the end of the game. Naomi Osaka previous match was against Fernandez L. in US Open, New York, USA, match ended with result 2 - 1 (Fernandez L. won the match).
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Osaka left the court immediately after the match. She broke through on the national tennis scene at Flushing Meadows when she beat Serena Williams in 2018 for the title.
The defending US Open champion and a four-time major winner, Osaka struggled throughout much of the match against the 18-year-old Fernandez at Arthur Ashe Stadium, and her frustration was visible.
Naomi Osaka, of Japan, covers her head between games against Leylah Fernandez, of Canada, at the third round of the US Open tennis championships, Friday, Sept. 3, 2021, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
As raw as a tearful Osaka may have been in that post-match press conference, she is far from the first star to fall so publicly in the world of tennis, or to admit that the game had become joyless.