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UPDATE: Naomi Osaka’s Mental Battles Continues

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At the Cincinnati Open, Naomi Osaka will take part in her first WTA event since withdrawing from the French Open. While the Japanese star practiced in the courts of Cincinnati a few days back, she took to media duties earlier today.

 

 

 

 

After she skipped a press conference after her first-round victory in Roland Garros, many wondered how Osaka would handle today’s press conference in Cincinnati. Although she took the initial few questions well, a journalist triggered her emotional side with a blunt question.

 

 

 

 

During a press conference today, she took questions in a manner which backed her stature. However, a journalist named Paul Daugherty of the Cincinnati Enquirer asked her a question which hurt Osaka.

 

 

Ben Rothenberg of the New York Times narrated the incident as he was also present in the press conference. He wrote, “Someone from Cincinnati Enquirer asked her a fairly aggressively toned question about how she benefits from a high-media profile but doesn’t like talking to media. Osaka tried to engage, but after her answer began crying.”

Rothenberg later added that the WTA moderator paused the press conference so that Osaka could take a moment to regain her composure. While she eventually answered the question, Rothenberg mentioned Dougherty’s tone ruined the flow of the press conference altogether.







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