Tennis: Pressure-free Osaka gets back to business

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Naomi Osaka seemed to shrug off the weight of history on Wednesday, when she beat Lesia Tsurenko at the U.S. Open to become the first Japanese woman since 1996 to advance to …
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