US Open: Osaka becomes first Japanese woman in Grand Slam semi-final in 22 years

NEW YORK: Naomi Osaka enjoyed a comfortable 6-1 6-1 win over Ukraine’s Lesia Tsurenko at the U.S. Open on Wednesday to become the first Japanese woman in 22 years to reach the semi-final stage of …
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