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Haiti - WTA Miami Masters : Naomi Osaka qualified for the final (Video)
01/04/2022 11:15:03

Haiti - WTA Miami Masters : Naomi Osaka qualified for the final (Video)
Thursday as part of the Masters 1000 WTA in Miami, at Hard Rock Stadium, the 24-year-old Japanese Naomi Osaka (77th WTA), proud of her Haitian origins https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-26055-haiti-tennis-the-haitian-japanese-star-naomi-osaka-visiting-haiti.html , qualified for the final by winning with panache the victory over the Swiss of Slovak origin Belinda Bencic 28th WTA [4- 6, 6-3, 6-4] in 2h06 of play.

Naomi will face Saturday, April 2, the winner of the second semi-final which will be played between the Polish Iga Swiatek (20 years old, 2nd WTA) and the American Jessica Pegula (28 years old, 21st WTA).

Naomi Osaka in this final will aim for the 8th title of her career.



Learn more about Naomi Osaka :
Born in Japan on October 16, 1997 in Chūō-ku (Osaka), to a Haitian father and a Japanese mother, her family emigrated to the United States when she was 3 years old. His father from Jacmel introduced him to tennis and registered her with the Japanese Tennis Association. She became a professional player in September 2013. She gave up her American nationality to keep that of Japan /I>

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