Naomi Osaka Withdraws from Indian Wells: One of the world’s top players, Naomi Osaka, has pulled out of the Indian Wells BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament (BNP Paribas Open At Indian Wells).
Naomi Osaka said that she wants to take a long break from tennis after losing at the US Open earlier this month, which raised the possibility that she could pull out of the last tournaments of this season. . Osaka took to her Twitter handle to announce her withdrawal from the tournament to be held in Indian Wells from October 4 to 17.
Naomi Osaka Withdraws from Indian Wells
“To be honest, I don’t know when I will play my next tennis match,” she said. Naomi Osaka is a four-time Grand Slam winner and former world number one. He is currently ranked eighth in the world rankings. Naomi announced that she wanted to take a break from tennis after losing to 18-year-old Leila Fernandez of Canada in the third round of the US Open. After losing, Naomi could not control her anger and broke the racket.
Naomi Osaka also had to face defeat in the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka is currently going through mental problems. Due to this, he withdrew from the French Open in May this year. Naomi Osaka was asked during a press conference how she balances fame and media relations? To this, Osaka said, “I don’t know how to strike a balance. I am trying, as you guys are doing.” After this, Naomi Osaka started crying. She was nervous for a while, but later she told her whole story.
While making a prominent disclosure, Naomi had told that she has been battling depression for the last three years. Osaka had informed by tweeting that she has been fighting a long battle with depression since the US Open in 2018. She wrote, “The truth is that I have been fighting mental stress since the US Open in the year 2018; I have faced a lot of difficulties in recovering from it. I was already feeling insecure and anxious in Paris, so I thought it was better to skip the press conference for my good. I already announced it because I feel that some parts of this rule are out of date, and I wanted to highlight it.”