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NAOMI OSAKA se ka grann li lan LONG ISLAND li te pase anpil TAN ,li di ke l renmen ti DIRI a PWA,BANNANN PEZE ,GRIYO ka grann li.
NAOMI OSAKA ki rete ak FANMI l lan FLORID ize SIYATI MANMAN l pou BIZNIS .JAPONE yo REKLAME l ,paske li se pi gwo jwe TENIS ak yon manman JAPONE ki konnen SIKSE ke l ap konnen yo.
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US Open - Première demi-finale pour Osaka, à 20 ans
Publié le 2018-09-05 | Le Nouvelliste
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La Japonaise Naomi Osaka (19e) s'est qualifiée pour sa première demi-finale en Grand Chelem, à vingt ans, en surclassant l'Ukrainienne Lesia Tsurenko (36e) en deux sets 6-1, 6-1 en moins d'une heure, mercredi à New York.
Osaka est la première Japonaise à se hisser dans le dernier carré en tournoi majeur depuis 22 ans. En 1996, Kimiko Date avait atteint ce stade de la compétition à Wimbledon.
Pour une place en finale, elle affrontera l'Américaine Madison Keys (14e), finaliste sortante, ou l'Espagnole Carla Suarez Navarro (24e), opposées en soirée.
Yon ti ekstre yon ATIK MANCH LONG ke NEW YORK TIMES ,yon PWOFIL ke JOUNAL lan te fe sou NAOMI OSAKA:
The temperature in Boca Raton had soared above 90 degrees, but on a side court at the Evert Tennis Academy, Naomi Osaka was just digging into one of her last training sessions before the summer hardcourt season. Wearing leggings and a tank top — her magnificent mane of frizzy blond-tinted hair emerging from the back of her Adidas cap — the 20-year-old smacked crisp topspin groundstrokes with her coach, Sascha Bajin, a German of Serb descent best known for working as Serena Williams’s hitting partner for eight years. On the sideline, Osaka’s Japanese mother, Tamaki, sat in the shade in a denim jumpsuit and sunglasses, her daughter’s miniature Australian shepherd sitting by her feet. Pacing on the grass alongside the court was her Haitian-born father, Leonard Francois, a taciturn man in a baseball cap who trained her from age 3 and still tracks nearly every shot she hits.
Yet Osaka’s rise is accompanied by a curious tension: She is half-Japanese, half-Haitian, representing a country whose obsession with racial purity has shaped her own family’s history. Though born in Japan, Osaka has lived in the United States since she was 3. She is not fully fluent in Japanese. Yet nearly a decade ago, her father decided that his two daughters would represent Japan, not America. It was a prescient move. Osaka’s success — and her tweeted affection for Japanese manga and movies — has endeared her to Japanese fans hungry for a female tennis star.