Naomi Osaka had a hard time to keep back tears in her very first interview given that taking out from the French Open over psychological health issues on Monday, August 16.
The 23-year-old broke down throughout an interview at the Cincinnati Open when regional press reporter Cincinnati Enquirer writer Paul Daugherty appeared to face her about having a huge media profile and not speaking with the media.
After a quick exchange, the Japanese began tearing when another press reporter asked tennis-related concerns and the four-time Grand Slam champ left the space to compose herself.
Naomi Osaka discussed on Monday (16 August that her transfer to contribute reward revenues from the Cincinnati Open was to raise awareness about the circumstance in Haiti.
Osaka, who is of Haitian and Japanese descent, made the statement on Twitter on Sunday.
“For Haiti, I feel like I’m not really doing that much,” Osaka stated in her very first interview given that her withdrawal from the French Open over psychological health issues.
“The prize money thing, it’s sort of like the first thing that I thought of that I could do to raise the most awareness,” Osaka stated in her pre-tournament interview.
More than 1,400 individuals have actually passed away given that a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rattled Haiti over the weekend and hurt over 6,000.
The Cincinnati Open has a $255,220 reward handbag.