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Tennis Champion Naomi Osaka Flaunts Her Figure in a Black Dress on a Beach in Stunning Photos

Bettina Dizon
Oct 25, 2020
06:30 P.M.
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Naomi Osaka had a glorious day at the beach and shared a few photos of herself flaunting a black tulle dress in different poses.

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Tennis star Naomi Osaka recently went on a well-deserved trip to the beach after taking the US Open by storm and coming home with yet another Grand Slam title.

The athlete shared a few photos of herself at the beach, happily posing by the sand at different angles. Osaka donned a short black tulle dress that emphasized her long toned legs and oversized black sunglasses.

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 "Black on black," she captioned the post that featured her basking under the sun and wading by the beach.Fans and followers of the tennis champ flooded the comments section with fire and heart-eyed emojis complimenting Osaka. One comment read:

"Have fun champ ?"

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Osaka made her first memorable win in the 2019 US Open over Serena Williams. Since then, she has been taking the court one game at a time, including two more Grand Slam wins.

Osaka gained more attention this year when she made history as the highest-earning female athlete with a $37.4 million revenue in 2019, including endorsements and wins.

Naomi Osaka with the Daphne Akhurst at Melbourne Park on January 26, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. | Source: Getty Images

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Within months, Osaka became a known name, not just in the tennis world but also in the sports industry. Her fame landed her 15 sponsorships, including Procter & Gamble, Nissin, and Nippon Airways.

Of course, Nike was aggressive in getting her as an endorser, winning over Adidas in a bidding war. Osaka has proven all her sponsors right in taking her in as she made yet another recent win in this year's US Open, winning over Victoria Azarenka.

Naomi Osaka during a press conference on September 13, 2018 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. | Source: Getty Images

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Osaka knows all eyes would be on her during her games which is why she put her fame to good use and made an attention-grabbing statement during the annual tournament.

Starting August 31 when the tournament began, Osaka wore different face masks, each with a name of a Black person whose death resulted from racial injustices.

Osaka gained more attention this year when she made history as the highest-earning female athlete with a $37.4 million revenue in 2019, including endorsements and wins.

The star player currently ranks number 29 among the 100 highest-paid athletes. Meanwhile, Williams is on 33 with $1.4 million less than Osaka in the all-time earnings record.

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