Osaka, the first Japanese to win the Australian Open, won the second consecutive Grand Slam


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Tennis  //  27, January 2019
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Naomi Osaka won the first japanese to win the tennis.


Japan's Naomi Osaka won the title of Women's Singles at the Australian Open here on Saturday. In the final, he defeated Petra Kvitova of Czech Republic 7-6, 5-7, 6-4. Osaka is the first Japanese player to win the Australian Open. With this win, they will reach the top of the WTA rankings issued on Monday. He will be the first Asian player to reach top of singles world rankings in tennis.Osaka equals Serena Osaka is the second Grand Slam title. Earlier, he had become the champion at the US Open last year. She has consistently tied the US Open and Australian Open title to Serena Williams. Serena has done three times.Serena had made the US Open in 2002 and the Australian Open in 2003, the US Open in 2008 and the Australian Open in 2009 and the US Open in 2014 and the Australian Open champions in 2015. Apart from Serena, Belgium's Kim Clijsters won the 2010 U.S. Open and Australian Open title in 2011.
Osaka is the second player to win both Grand Slams Osaka is the second tennis player after America's Jennifer Capriati, who has won both her opening Grand Slam finals. Capriati won the Australian Open and French Open final in 2001.
Prior to winning both of these, Osaka did not cross the fourth round of any Grand Slam. They had lost in the fourth round of the Australian Open last year.Never won after winning the first set for three years Osaka has not lost any matches after winning the first set since October 2016. After winning the first set, they have won 60 WTA matches so far.Earlier, on October 14, 2016, they were defeated after winning the first set in the match against Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova in Tianjin. Then Kuznetsova defeated them 2-6, 6-4, 7-6.
Earning 15 million to 15 million dollars On winning the Australian Open title, Osaka will get $ 2 million (about two crore rupees). After this, his career prize money will be $ 10 million (about Rs 71 crore). According to Forbes, his earnings last year was $ 1.5 million. However, few years ago, his earnings were only $ 1.5 million.
Lei of China left behind Talking about the performance of Asian players in the world rankings, China's Li Na was at the top until Osaka. Li Na won the title of the French Open and Australian Open, and was the best ranking of Lee's career. Which they had achieved on February 17, 2014.Apart from them, none of the Asian rankings have reached the number two. However, India's Leander Paes, Mahesh Bhupathi and Sania Mirza have been World Number One in doubles.
Now Halep is number -1 Romanova's Simona Halep is number 1 in the current world ranking. They have 6642 points. Osaka is at number four right now They have 5270 points. The Grand Slam finalists get 2000 points. According to this, they will score 7270 in the next WTA rankings and they will reach the top in the world rankings.
Quitova, by making records If Petra Kvitova won the final of the tournament, he would reach the top in the world rankings. Not only this, if 28 years of 325-day Quitova Open Era (from 1968) of tennis, it would also become the oldest player to reach the top for the first time in the world rankings. However, this did not happen.




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