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Being Australian Open champion, has Naomi Osaka dynasty begun? (Part 2)

Entering the new season as the world’s fourth-ranked player, the Japanese girl went straight to the Australian Open final and then won the championship. Naomi Osaka has only had exactly 3 titles in her career. H these are all prestigious championships that many other players want.

On January 28, 2019, Naomi Osaka officially became the number 1 female tennis player in the world. At the age of 21 and 104 days, she became the youngest female tennis player to reach the position for the first time since Caroline Wozniacki made it in 2010 at the age of 20 and 92 days. Osaka is also the first player in Japan and Asia to hold the number 1 position in the world.

Japanese humility and mettle

Naomi was born in Japan and raised in the US to a Japanese mother and a Haitian father. She and her sister Mari have been acquainted with tennis since childhood. Her father, Mr. Leonard Francois was inspired by Richard Williams. He is the father of Serena and Venus, who taught his daughters to play tennis even though he had no background in the sport.

An active player, Osaka has worked hard to improve the mental side, along with the problems of expertise. Coach Sascha Bajin, who once led Serena Williams, appreciated the Japanese tennis player’s persistence.

The 21-year-old’s on-field dynamism is offset by a practical charm that has helped her win sympathy from fans around the world.

While many of her colleagues approach tennis with a belligerent attitude, Osaka has left fans and media happy and humorous when speaking on television. She affirms her love for video games or Japanese food.

More than four months ago, Osaka was stripped of perhaps the happiest moment in her career. Her victory was partially ruined by the fact that Serena had a word with the referee. But there were no boos on Saturday night in Melbourne as Osaka got a tough victory over Petra Kvitova.

Osaka’s eyes filled with tears once again during her victory speech. However, this time, it was fun. This was contrary to the emotions she showed at the US Open when the crowd supported Serena.

There is still a long way to go, and Naomi needs to continue to strive to prove her talent. In early March, she will be tasked with defending the championship at Indian Wells, furthermore, the major trophies and especially the Olympic gold medal to be held in her hometown of Tokyo in 2020.

Osaka made the most money on women’s tennis last year

Naomi Osaka broke the record for a one-year income of female tennis players, earning $ 37.4 million in the past 12 months.

Osaka is ranked 29th on the list of the most profitable athletes in the past 12 months, published by Forbes on May 23. The player with two Haitian – Japanese blood makes 1.4 million USD more than Serena Williams, thereby usurping the highest income of her senior WTA.

Serena, who made the most money in the previous four years, ranked 33rd on the latest Forbes list. This is the first time female tennis has two representatives in the top 100.

The figure of 37.4 million USD in the fiscal year also helped Osaka break Maria Sharapova’s old record in 2015 (29.7 million USD). This amount could be greater if a pandemic does not occur. The pandemic has paralyzed tennis around the world for more than two months.

Osaka became the new monetization symbol of women’s tennis

Osaka earned 14.5 million USD in bonuses from the beginning of his career. Nearly half of them, Japanese players earn in 2019. Despite a decline in brakes after the 2019 Australian Open championship, Osaka still attracts many sponsors.

Osaka is a Japanese national. However, she changed it to the United States at the age of three and has a passport there. A 22-year-old tennis player is sponsored by 15 brands, including many famous brands worldwide. Success in terms of making money. However, the player is only ranked 10th on the WTA scoreboard.

Naomi Osaka broke the personal income record of senior Serena Williams

Naomi Osaka has just been recognized by Forbes magazine as the highest-paid female tennis player in the world in 2019. This surpassed Serena Williams for $ 37.4 million earned in 12 months.

According to Forbes, the income of 22-year-old Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka has exceeded $ 1.4 million compared to the income of Serena Williams, who owns 23 Grand Slams. Osaka currently has sponsorship contracts with 15 brands, including famous global brands such as Nike, Nissan Motors, Shiseido, or Yonex.

The richest female athletes in the world

Here is a list of the richest female athletes in the world. They are all extremely talented athletes, possessing enormous wealth and are popular with everyone.

Serena Williams (US $ 120 million assets)

Serena Williams is the richest female athlete in the world with a net worth of $ 120 million. Not only is she a talented tennis player, she is also a fashion designer, actress, writer and businesswoman. In his career, Williams has won 18 Grand Slam titles for the best racket and five times has been voted the number one seed in the world. Each year she earns from 15 to 20 million USD from her left hand jobs.

Alexis Dejoria (US $ 100 million assets)

This American female driver is the daughter of billionaire John Paul with an estimated fortune of $ 100 million. She started her career in 2005 with the NHRA Super Gas amateur racing championship and became the National Sports Champion of Formula Car Racing held in Fontana, California just a few years later.

Maria Sharapova ($ 90 million in assets)

This beautiful Russian racket has an estimated fortune of $ 90 million and more than $ 30 million in prize money each year. She has won the Grand Slam title three times and earned millions of dollars each year by participating in advertising for the Nike sports brand.

Venus Williams (US $ 75 million net worth)

Venus Williams is the most ranked professional tennis player 3 times in the world. The bonus in addition to her income also reaches 30 million USD per year. Venus and his sister also own the Miami Dolphin rugby team

Anna Kournikova (US $ 50 million fortune)

Kournikova is a famous female tennis player with both Russian and American blood. Her assets are estimated at 50 million USD, not to mention more than 3 million USD in bonuses. Although she didn’t win a single tournament, her talent is still admired by the audience.

Li Na (US $ 40 million in assets)

Li Na joined the Chinese national tennis team at the age of 15 and became outstanding outstanding tennis player in 1999. She won the championship at 19 international and international tennis tournaments, and was Chinese. Quoc won first in the women’s singles Grand Slim and the French Open in 2011. The property of Ni La is estimated at 40 million USD.

Annika Sorenstam ($ 40 million fortune)

Despite her retirement, this Swedish coach used to be one of the best golfers in history. She has been honored 72 times by LPGA (Women’s World Professional Golf Club) and won 10 championships. Sorenstam has dual citizenship, Sweden and the United States.

Steffi Graf (US $ 30 million assets)

In her tennis career, the German female player earned more than $ 30 million and more than $ 21 million in prize money. Sorenstam is famous for his overwhelming play and good technique. She has won the championship in at least 4 seasons and holds the No. 1 position in the world for 377 consecutive weeks.