Famous Tennis Player Naomi Osaka Reveals She is Pregnant

Famous Tennis Player Naomi Osaka Reveals She is Pregnant

Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka has announced that she and rapper Cordae are expecting their first baby.

World-famous female tennis player Naomi Osaka announced that she is pregnant from her social media account.

The 25-year-old tennis player, who has been with rapper Cordae since 2019, is experiencing the excitement of motherhood for the first time.

Sharing the ultrasound image of her baby on her social media account, the tennis player said, “I can’t wait to return to the tennis courts, but I’m entering 2023 with this news.”

Naomi Osaka

“I know there are a lot of things I want to happen in the future, but I look forward to one day when my child will watch my games and say to someone, ‘She’s my mom,'” the tennis player said.

It is known that Osaka will return to the courts after having her first baby in her arms.


It has been announced that Naomi Osaka will not participate in the Australian Open, the first grand slam tournament of the season in tennis. In the statement made by the organizers, it was stated that the 2019 and 2021 champions Osaka decided to withdraw from the tournament that will start on January 16, and Ukrainian Dayana Yastremska was included in her place.

Naomi Osaka

The 25-year-old former world number 1 tennis player, who has been struggling with depression for many years, last appeared on the court at the Pan Pacific Open held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan in September, and withdrew from the tournament. second round.

Naomi Osaka

Naomi Osaka, who won a total of 4 grand slam titles with her victories in 2018 and 2020 at the US Open, fell to 42nd place in the world rankings.

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