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Naomi Osaka addresses her mental health struggles after career issues

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After initially considering boycotting Wimbledon since ranking points would not be awarded, Naomi Osaka pulled out due to Achilles disease just before the ATP tour in Montreal this year, but luckily she got the chance to participate in the US Open despite losing in the first round.

The Japanese star, however, added some more alarming aspects which are responsible for affecting his career as well as his sane mind in recent years.

Reasons Behind Naomi Osaka’s Unstable Mind

As she tries to shake off her slump at her National Pan-Pacific Open this week, Naomi Osaka admitted on Monday that she’s had a long difficult time throughout this year, which has actually unmotivated for a long time.

After a miserable run in which she lost in the first round of her previous three events, the former world number one and four-time women’s singles Grand Slam winner fell to number 48 in the world women’s tennis rankings in September 2022 and The 24-year-old Japanese player has struggled with injuries this season and hasn’t won since the Australian Open last year.

Osaka, who held the title three years ago at the WTA competition in Tokyo, is looking to turn the tide when competition resumes for the very first time since the coronavirus outbreak and the ground she will play includes number four ranked Paula Badosa of Spain, Wimbledon winner Elena Rybakina of Kazakhstan and Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia, who made it to the semi-finals of the recently concluded Grand Slam, the US Open.

Following emotional questions from journalists, the Japanese player revealed her sadness about mental health in saying“This year has not been the best year for me, but I have learned a lot about myself, life is made up of ups and downs, and this year has been more down than up, but in Overall, I’m pretty happy with where I am now.”

As well as losing in the first round of Rolland Garros and the US Open, Naomi spent the whole year outside the top 10. Although she had considered boycotting the competition as full points would not be awarded , she retired due to an Achilles blow. sickness.

The four-time champion acknowledged that managing her form at the top of the sport had been difficult, but at the same time she professed that having a healthy mind had become a difficult thing, like maintaining a successful career to stay on top.

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