Naomi Osaka showed off all her talent again in the Australian Open final. The Haitian, serene throughout the meeting, took the upper hand over the American Jennifer Brady (6 – 4; 6 – 3) this Saturday, February 20, 2021. With this resounding success in the final, at 23, she holds four major titles and undeniably becomes the dominant force of tennis in the world.
Former world number 1, winner of the 2018 and 2020 US Open as well as the 2019 Australian Open and winner of Serena Williams in half, Naomi Osaka imposed her supremacy on the American Jennifer Brady, 24th World Player this Saturday, February 20, 2021 in the Australian Open Final.
After 1h17 minutes of play, the Haitian defeated the American in two sets (6-4, 6-3) and won her fourth Major, the second at the Australian Open. Despite the mistakes made during the match, especially in the first set, her experience in the big games allowed her to make the difference against Jennifer Brady, who played her first Australian Open final.With this 21st consecutive victory on the circuit, Naomi Osaka climbs to the 2nd step of the world podium in the standings.
Born on October 16, 1997 in Osaka, Naomi Osaka is a Haitian-Japanese tennis player, professional since 2012. She has lived in the United States since the age of three, and in addition to Japanese nationality, she has the American nationality. But she was forced to renounce her American nationality because Japanese law denies dual nationality beyond the age of 22.