Naomi Osaka’s Star Turn at the U.S. Open

By Anonymous

So far in New York, Osaka has been the most dominant player, man or woman

Before he became the coach of up-and-coming tennis star Naomi Osaka, Sascha Bajin met her during a practice session she had with his previous client, Caroline Wozniacki. Osaka hit well. She didn’t fool around or get angry, or say much at all. Bajin didn’t know what to make of her.

“I thought she just didn’t want to talk to anybody,” Bajin said. “I thought she was a little bit more of a diva.”