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Naomi Osaka - After the Japanese withdraw: Grand Slam tournaments announce 'meaningful improvements'

Naomi Osaka – After the Japanese withdraw: Grand Slam tournaments announce ‘meaningful improvements’

“Mental health is a very difficult topic and deserves our greatest attention,” said a statement from the French Open, US Open, Australian Open and Wimbledon.

Osaka was commended for “sharing in her own words the pressures and fears she feels. We understand the unique stresses that tennis players can experience.”

Osaka was Monday after one The controversy over the media boycott subordinate The French Open has been withdrawn.

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In a public statement, the 23-year-old Japanese announced that she has repeatedly suffered from depression since the 2018 US Open. First of all, you want to get away from the tennis courts Then when they return on the tour to work on improvements for the players, the press and the fans.

The Grand Slam took over this project. “Together as a community, we will continue to improve the players’ experience in our tournaments, including in relation to the media,” the statement said. The changes must apply to all players, “regardless of rank or status”.

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