Naomi Osaka sizzled in recent photos of herself rocking an orange bikini. The tennis superstar put her taut abs and toned thighs on display.
Besides her tennis prowess, Naomi Osaka loves flaunting her fit physique. The 23-year-old athlete recently blessed her fans with sultry photos of herself in an orange bikini.
She looked nothing short of fantastic in her first photo as she soaked up the sun in a lounge by the pool. Lush trees and blue skies served as her backdrop.
Naomi Osaka attends the Official Draw Ceremony and Gala of the 2019 WTA Finals at Hilton Shenzhen Shekou Nanhai, China on October 25, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images
Osaka offered admirers a closer look at her radiant beauty in her second photo. The Japanese-Haitian stunner smiled softly as she snapped a selfie against the clear blue skies.
The third photo showed her striking a pose in her orange bikini inside her huge walk-in closet. Her bikini is part of her first swimwear collection with fashion brand Frankies Bikinis. Of this collaboration, she said:
"For me, it's important to align myself with brands that make inclusivity a priority."
The four-time Grand Slam singles champion said brands should design for women of different shapes and sizes. This belief led her to team up with Frankies Bikinis.
Osaka said she was grateful to the fashion campaign as it gave her a powerful platform to inspire many people.
Several opportunities in the fashion world have opened for Osaka in the wake of her success in tennis. She has worked with such brands as Louis Vuitton, TAG Heuer, and Levi's.
The top athlete has also set her sights on designing. She previously designed a limited-edition handbag line for Strathberry and a custom sneaker design for Comme des Garçons.
Osaka was one of the inspirational personalities featured in Levi's video series titled "Beauty of Becoming." Other stars include Jaden Smith and Leyna Bloom.
She said she was grateful to the fashion campaign as it gave her a powerful platform to inspire many people. She shared about her journey to becoming what she is today.
In 2018, Osaka defeated 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams at the US Open. She became the first tennis player of Japanese descent to win the title.
Like her journey to success, the tennis star's fit body and active lifestyle also inspire her legion of fans. She earlier disclosed that her fitness regimen includes regular three-hour tennis practices.