Naomi Osaka

by Jack Ol 10 Jun,2019
Naomi Osaka
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  • Birth Name Naomi Osaka
  • Birth Place Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan
  • Famous Name Naomi Osaka
  • Horoscope Libra
  • Father Leonard François
  • Mother Tamaki Osaka
  • Net Worth $9 million
  • Career Earnings $11,351,973
  • Nationality Japanes
  • Ethnicity Asian
  • Profession Tennis Player

Naomi Osaka is a Japanese Professional Tennis player who is reigning champion in women's singles at the US Open and the Australian Open. Additionally, she is ranked No 1 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA). Further, she is the first Japanese player to hold the top ranking in singles.

Reportedly, there aren't any news about Naomi's probable boyfriend or husband. Furthermore, she enjoys a decent net worth over $8 million. To find more about Naomi's Bio, Early Life, Personal Life, Net Worth, and salary, stay with us till the end. 

Is Naomi Osaka Married?

The tennis Champion is not married yet but is dating her boyfriend named YBN Cordae, who is a rapper. The couple might have been dating each other for some time but Naomi first revealed her boyfriend on September 12 through an Instagram post.

Naomi Osaka and her rapper boyfriend YBN Cordae in Hollywood SOURCE: [email protected]

Apart from relationship and affairs, she has a good relationship with her parents as she is often spotted spending quality time with her parents. Moreover, she has perfectly maintained a gap between her personal and professional career.

Naomi Osaka with her familySOURCE: Wikibio

Well, we are always following Naomi and will come up with all the information as soon as the news hit the market. In addition to these, whenever she gets time, she is involved in Philanthropic work, especially in Haiti.

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How much does Naomi Osaka Earn? Net worth and Earnings

As per the reports, Naomi has collected a hefty net worth of over $8 million as of 2019 with the annual earnings of about $2 million. Osaka has so far earned $11,351,973 in her career and her income in 2019 from prize money is reported to be $3,722,776.

In 2013, she earned $7 million in total as prize money including $3.8 million from the US Open where she defeated Serena Williams in the finals.

Naomi Osaka with her car SOURCE: .instagram.com/naomiosaka

As of a recent report, she has been earning $45,000 dollars form her endorsement deals with Nissan, ANA airlines, etc. Additionally, she has collected $11,351,973 as prize money from her professional career. Other than tennis, her income is expected to rise from $1.5 million to $15 million or more from other sources such as an endorsement and revenue in the coming years.  

Naomi Osaka Bio, Early Life, Family, and Childhood 

Naomi was born on October 16, 1997, in Chuo-Ku, Osaka, Japan to Tamaki Osaka and Leonard François. Her mother is from Hokkaido, Japan, and her father is from Jacmel Haiti.

Additionally, she has an elderly sister called Mari who is also a professional tennis player. For practical purposes, when the family lived in Japan, the two girls were provided their mother's maiden name. Later, the family moved to the United States When Osaka was three years old. 

Moreover, she started her tennis career when she was When Osaka was 15 years old and began working with Patrick Tauma at the ISP Academy. Later, she moved to the Harold Solomon Tennis Academy in 2014, joining ProWorld Tennis Academy. 

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Naomi Osaka's Professional Career

Naomi Osaka is a Japanese Professional Tennis player who is reigning champion in women's singles at the US Open and the Australian Open. Further, she is ranked No 1 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA). Additionally, she is the first Japanese player to hold the top ranking in singles. 

She won three titles and finished five times in the WTA Tour as a runner-up. Additionally, at the age of 16, she made a  debut at the 2014 Stanford Classic, defeating former US Open champion Samantha Stosur.

In 2018, when she won her first WTA title at the Indian Wells Open, making a breakthrough into the upper echelon. She won the US Open in September, defeating 23-time  champion Serena Williams in the final to become the first Japanese player to win a singles Grand Slam tournament. At the Australian Open 2019, she won her second Grand Slam title. 

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