U.S. Open final is not just ‘another match’ for Naomi Osaka, but she’s still all business

NEW YORK — When Pam Shriver played three-time defending champion Chris Evert in the 1978 U.S. Open final, the 16-year-old from Baltimore was the ultimate underdog. Evert was a big name on her way to b…
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