Japanese, Haitian, and now a Grand Slam winner: Naomi Osaka’s historic journey to the U.S. Open

But Osaka is not entirely comfortable speaking in Japanese, which is understandable, considering that she left the country as a toddler. At news conferences last week, she took questions in Japanese b…
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