United States Open | Naomi Osaka “Learned to handle a lot of things better”

(New York) Naomi Osaka, the reigning champion at the United States Open, said her departure from Roland Crosse was related to her refusal to speak to reporters, a situation that would never happen again, and that she “learned to manage a lot”. Things are better. ”

“I feel like I made a lot of mistakes,” Osaka told a news conference Friday before the New York Grand Slam. But I’m a person who lives in the moment, who says or does what she thinks. I don’t think this is a bad thing. ”

“There are a lot of things I have learned to do better. I do not think the same situation will happen again. It’s relaxing, but I do not know how much of a problem it will become,” World No. 3 added.

In the spring, his refusal to answer questions from the media at Roland Corros created a major controversy. This earned her financial fines, and if she remained silent she would face severe fines from all four majors.

Then she left before 2 p.m.e The tour of Paris is not without its manifestations of the anxiety problems marked by the “many depressing episodes”. A talk that has raised awareness around the world about mental health issues affecting professional athletes.

After a break from Wimbledon, the 23-year-old missed his return to the Tokyo Games, where, after loading the Olympic trophy, he collapsed under pressure at 8e Ten days before the final, in Cincinnati, after Roland-Carros, he cried tears for his first press conference in the WTA round, before giving up at 3 p.m.e Tower facing Swiss Jill Teachman, 76e Global.

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“I know the quarterfinals have not even played out as much as I would have (before the US Open). But I’m very happy with the way I play, I’m very optimistic about my current situation. I’m not saying I’m going to do miracles here, but I hope it will work out in the end.” He concluded.

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