PARIS: On Thursday Naomi Osaka from Japan has withdrawn from the upcoming French Open with a constrain injury, she said.
On Thursday Naomi Osaka from Japan has withdrawn from the upcoming French Open with a constrain injury, she said.
Osaka with the third ranking in the world decided to withdraw from the imminent major of 2020 because of a remaining left constrain injury and a lack of preparation time on the clay surface.
Tennis star Naomi Osaka of Japan’s, won the 2020 U.S. Open last week but she announced on Thursday night that she will skip this month’s French Open.
The 22-year-old had her left hamstring taped when she battled back against Victoria Azarenka in the US Open final in New York on Saturday to win her third Grand Slam title.
“Unfortunately, I won’t be able to play the French Open this year,” the world No.3 wrote on social media in a message she also posted in Japanese. “My hamstring is still sore so I won’t have time to prepare for the clay – these two tournaments came too close to each other for me this time. I wish the organizers and players all the best.”
England got back to activity following the Covid-19 stoppage in July with three Tests against the West Indies in bio-secure scenes at Southampton and Manchester before matches over every one of the three configurations against Ireland, Pakistan and Australia.
The French Open is set to start Sept. 27 in Paris in the wake of being rescheduled from its conventional spring dates due to the Covid pandemic.
Osaka, 22, has never progressed past the third round of the French competition.
Osaka, who made them hamstring taped all through the U.S. Open, earned her third significant title in New York after a three-set rebound prevail upon Victoria Azarenka.The French Open will be held from Sept 27-Oct 11 subsequent to being moved from its standard late May-June space due to the Covid pandemic.
The hamstring issue had incited Osaka to pull back from the last of the Western and Southern Open in the approach the US Open however it didn’t seem to hamper her at Flushing Meadows. Osaka stood out as truly newsworthy in New York as much for her exhibitions on court with respect to her pledge to social equity causes.