Osaka claims U.S. Open title after Serena meltdown

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Naomi Osaka became Japan’s first ever Grand Slam champion after she thumped a raging Serena Williams 6-2 6-4 in a controversial U.S. Open final on Saturday, with the American suff…
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