Tennis: Osaka trying to move on from ‘bittersweet’ maiden Grand Slam title

(Reuters) – U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka said her breakthrough victory in New York last month still felt “bittersweet” and is hoping that a strong end to the season could help her to feel …
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