Naomi Osaka Archives - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
by | Apr 3, 2022

Poland’s Iga Świątek, talented and likable, is now the No. 1 ranked woman in professional tennis.

by | Jan 23, 2022

There is an Irish song much beloved in Australia that tells of a young man in Ireland who steals some corn and is sentenced to a penal colony in Australia but keeps hope alive because he is in love and…

by | Sep 10, 2021

The phenomenal runs of the teen tennis queens at the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows should not overshadow the no less, if different, phenomenal run of the Man of Belgrade. Forget for a moment the trivia, or better stated trivialized…

by | Jul 29, 2021

There has been much ado about women at the Tokyo Olympics, much of it sorrowful. Spanish tennis star Paula Badosa was wheeled off the court, felled by more heat and humidity than she could take. Such male competitors as Daniil…

by | Jun 12, 2021

The question was which of the young guys would challenge which of the old guys. It would not be the old guys batting down the young guys and then settling the matter between them. This time they allowed as how…

by | Jun 1, 2021

In many respects all is well that ends well in the world of professional tennis. The French Open, formally the Internationaux de France, played on the west side neighborhood near the Stade Français, a major football (soccer) venue, continues under…

by | May 31, 2021

Naomi Osaka, world No. 2 on the women’s tennis tour and a high seed at the French Open, which began Sunday, beat Patricia Maria Tig to get through the first round and incurred a $15,000 fine for declining to attend…

by | Feb 22, 2021

With Naomi Osaka’s quick dispatch of Jenny Brady in the women’s final of the Australian Open tennis tournament for her fourth major, the top of the men’s draw was hugely anticipated. As competitive nail-biter it flopped, but it showed Novak…

by | Feb 19, 2021

Naomi Osaka beat Su-Wei Hsieh in the quarterfinals at the Australian Open because she overpowered her opponent with a game plan devolved from the style of Serena Williams, the finest player of the age and Miss Osaka’s idol since she…

by | Sep 17, 2020

At the French Open one time not too long ago, I spied an usher whom I remembered from a previous year and said hello. He was dressed impeccably in the designated business attire, and he acknowledged the greeting courteously. I…

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