Osaka battles illness to beat Pavlyuchenkova

PERTH: Youngster Naomi Osaka showed why she is regarded as a star of the future with a brave victory over Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova as Russia beat Japan 2-1 at the mixed teams Hopman Cup in Perth on Thursday. Osaka, ranked 68th in the world, withdrew from …
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