Naomi Osaka Shares Snaps from a Trip to Haiti & Flaunts Her Fit Body in Bikini Top & Shorts
Three-time Grand Slam singles champion Naomi Osaka has set aside her tennis racquet to enjoy a tropical vacation break in Haiti. She also flaunted her fit body on social media.
One of the rising names in the world of tennis, Naomi Osaka, 22, has been at the top of her career. Thousands of tennis fans saw her shine as she wins one tournament after another.
Amid her soaring tennis career, Osaka sees to it she still enjoys some downtime. On September 26, she treated her fans on Instagram with a glimpse of her vacation in Haiti.
In the first picture, Osaka is seen showing off her toned body at the top of a hill with the breath-taking Caribbean waters as her picturesque background.
The reigning champion of the US Open is in a color-coordinated bikini top and shorts. Letting her hair loose, Osaka looks relaxed as she enjoys a day under the sun.
Evidently enjoying her tour of the popular Caribbean destination, the tennis star also shared photos of the country's beautiful spots such as white-sand beaches and panoramic views of the mountains.
The athlete also shared a photo showing adorable pupils of a certain Haitian school. Many fans expressed envy and awe. A fan who is from Haiti said:
"We love you from Haiti! Thank you for those positive images your [sic] sending to the world from our beautiful land ! ????"
Though she is presently based in the U.S., she has endorsement deals with Japanese brands such as Nissin Noodles and Shiseido Cosmetics.
Osaka explained that whenever she remembers their blood running through her veins, the Japanese-Haitian tennis player is reminded that she cannot lose the game. She has also been vocal about police violence in the United States.
Osaka, the world's top-ranked tennis player, was born in Japan. Though she is presently living in the U.S., she has endorsement deals with Japanese brands such as Nissin Noodles and Shiseido Cosmetics.
Last year, she also went home to her father's country where she was warmly welcomed by President Jovenel Moise and Prime Minister Jean-Henry Ceant.
Osaka has always been proud of her biracial background. While she took time off from playing tennis, she recently bonded with Mari Osaka, her sister, during their vacation.
Mari, who is also a tennis player, shared on Instagram a picture of herself with the tennis champion along with two other family members. She described their family photo as "immaculate."