Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka has shared her thoughts on the role of love in the game of tennis. The women’s World Number 3 cruised past Ons Jabeur of Tunisia in the second round of Australian Open on Friday, setting up a mouth-watering pre-quarters clash with two-time Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza on Valentine’s Day. Osaka thanks reporter for “phone call” she has to make on Valentine’s Day To a question on what she reckons is the role of love in tennis during an interaction with the media ahead of the Sunday blockbuster, Osaka cheekily thanked the reporter for reminding her to send a “text message” or make a “phone call”. Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 8, 2021 Japan’s Naomi Osaka in action during her first round match against Russia’s Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova REUTERS/Loren ElliottThe reigning US Open champion, who lives in California, is believed to be dating American hip-hop star YBN Cordae. With her signature wit and sense of humor, the Japanese said that for her, the role of love in tennis for her would be “love 15, love 30, love 40” before revealing that she has a call to make on Valentine’s Day. “Honestly, that’s a very interesting question”, she told the reporter before adding, “All I’m thinking about is a text and a phone call that I have to make”. Waste of time playing a sport you don’t love, says Naomi Osaka Moving to a more serious take on love in tennis, she said that one cannot be good at a sport unless she learns to love it. “You can’t be successful at a sport that you don’t love or enjoying playing,” Osaka said, adding that it’s nothing but a “waste of time” spending a majority of one’s life doing something that one doesn’t fancy. She said that for her, it’s being “passionate” about the things that she spends a lot of time doing. Apart from making heads turn with her tennis, the Japanese star also dabbles in fashion. During her title-winning campaign at the US Open last year, Osaka also courted headlines with her self-designed face masks which were inscribed with messages of support for the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement. She also sewed up a lucrative deal with a Scottish global accessories major recently for an exclusive bag line. Read More: “Was Really Nervous and Scared”: Naomi Osaka Reflects on Her Blowout Victory at Australian Open 2021 The Japanese has looked unstoppable as she bids for her second Australian Open title this year.
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