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Naomi Osaka wins US Open 2018 Women's Single title defeating Serena Williams



Japan's Naomi Osaka has become the first Japanese woman to win the US Open Grand Slam title

Naomi Osaka defeated Serena Williams on September 08, 2018, defeating her title.

The 20-year-old Naomi Osaka defeated Serena Williams 6-2, 6-4 in the match to win. Osaka's victory is also so special that he will become the first female player of Japan to win a Grand Slam title.

This is the second win in two matches by Serena Williams of Naomi Osaka. In March this year, he defeated Serena in the Miami Open. With the historic win of Naomi Osaka, this match will also be called the worst match of Serena Williams' career.

Naomi Osaka was born on October 16, 1997, in Japan. Osaka has a dual citizenship of Japan and the United States and answers the questions of Japanese media in English. He is ranked 19th in the WTA rankings.

Naomi Osaka's elder sister Mari Osaka is also a tennis player who represents Japan. In Japan, both sisters are compared to American sisters Serena-Venus Williams.

Naomi Osaka is the world's youngest player who has made it to the top 20. She is living in Florida since the age of three. 


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