Japan’s Naomi Osaka wins US Open 2020


Naomi Osaka won from a set down against Victoria Azarenka to lift her subsequent US Open title in three years with a 1-6 6-3 6-3 triumph.

With the hardcourt major being organized with no fans in participation because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Japanese didn’t let the surprising conditions occupy her as she delivered a combating execution.

The 22-year-old Japanese star, as of now the most noteworthy gaining female competitor on the planet, includes another £2.3million in prize cash to her fortune while she turns into the primary Asian player to win three significant titles, outperforming Chinese pioneer Li Na.

She has been a vocal backer for Black Lives Matter, wearing facemasks during this competition bearing the names of dark casualties of fierceness and brutality.

Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old kid murdered by a police officer while playing with a pretend rifle in 2014, was the name she saved for the last while Osaka’s beau, rapper Cordae, sat in the stands with a T-shirt bearing the words ‘Undermine the police’.

Asked at the introduction service what message she would have liked to send, Osaka answered strongly: “Well what was the message that you got? I feel like the fact of the matter is to make individuals begin talking.”

The Belarusian mother of her three-year-old child, Leo, was making a doubtful rebound at the age 31 against the Japanese wearing symbol. Azarenka, playing in her first Grand Slam last in quite a while, came flying out of the snares to take a 2-0 preceding the fourth seed discovered some harmony to settle her nerves for a significant hold of serve.

Some tenacious ball hitting by Azarenka had her rival tangled up and a subsequent twofold deficiency from Osaka added to a second break of serve. Azarenka burrowed amazingly profoundly to forestall Osaka driving 5-1, and that incited a wobble from the Japanese player, however she remained steadfast at long last to figure out how to take care of business before absorbing her victory by lying level on her back on the court.

“I generally observe everybody’s breakdown after match point. However, I generally figure you may harm yourself so I needed to do it securely,” said Osaka.

Azarenka stated: “I thought the third time was a charm yet I surmise I’ll need to attempt once more.”

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Written by Tejaswini Bakshi

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