‘In a World of Hate’ – Naomi Osaka’s sister pens a powerful message for Serena Williams

It was an emotional rollercoaster ride for American tennis fans at this year’s US Open. It was at this tournament that one of the country’s greatest athletes, Serena Williams, said goodbye to tennis. Additionally, Frances Tiafoe ended a long men’s drought when he defeated Andrey Rublev and advanced to his first Grand Slam semifinal.

Williams gave everything she could in the last tournament of her career. She even knocked out second seed Anett Kontaveit en route to her third-round exit. However, she failed to overcome the challenge of Ajla Tomljanovic in the third round. Despite this defeat, Williams gave the home crowd many beautiful moments. Recently, Naomi Osaka’s sister, Mari Osaka, thanked Serena Williams for being an inspiration.


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Naomi Osaka’s sister opens up about Serena Williams

Mari Osaka took to Instagram to share a picture of the 23-time Grand Slam champion with the words “We can do this!” written in it. Also, she mentioned in the caption: “Thanks @serenawilliams. It feels like there isn’t much hope for the future these days, but to see you play and have so many people come together to cheer you on was amazing.”

Tennis – US Open – Flushing Meadows, New York, U.S. – August 29, 2022 Serena Williams of the. US in action during their first round match against Montenegro’s Danka Kovinic REUTERS/Mike Segar

Further she added, “Nothing brings people together like sport and in a world of hate you are an inspiration.”


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Meanwhile, Naomi Osaka has had a contrasting US Open campaign to Williams. She lost in the first round of the tournament, losing in straight sets to Danielle Collins of the United States.

Serena’s final match sets a unique record

The American legend’s third-round loss at the 2022 US Open became the most-watched tennis match in ESPN history. It surpassed the previous record held by the 2012 Wimbledon Championships final Roger Federer and Andy Murraywhich the former won.


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Furthermore, Serena Williams‘ Presence also helped boost ticket sales at the US Open this year. Due to the increased demand for tickets, prices and ticket sales continued to increase even after the greats were eliminated from the tournament.

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