A three-part documentary series on tennis star Naomi Osaka is set to drop on Netflix later this month, only in front of her re-visitation of the sport at the Tokyo Olympics.
The three-part series, named “Naomi Osaka,” follows Osaka in the years after her success at the 2018 US Open and her ascent to international stardom — something even she, at the end of the day, doesn’t exactly comprehend.
The four-time Grand Slam winner immediately became the top-ranked player in tennis and the highest-paid female athlete in the world, all prior to turning 23.
“I think the amount of attention that I get is kind of ridiculous,” she said in the trailer for the series, which premiered on Tuesday. “No one prepares you for that.”
The documentary will likewise hit on Osaka’s activism — including her custom masks at the U.S. Open — the deficiency of her mentor Kobe Bryant, her connection with her home country of Japan and more.
Within take a gander at her life and furthermore comes only weeks after she backed away from the game and uncovered her battles with mental health.
Naomi Osaka pulled out from French Open after media power outage
Osaka made waves across the sports world in May when she pulled out from the French Open, only days after she said she wouldn’t talk with media individuals all through the competition.
Her media power outage started huge blowback initially — including from the French Open itself, which threw shade in a since-deleted tweet.
Osaka then, at that point selected to pull out of the event instead, and uncovered that she has “suffered long bouts of depression” and battled with it since 2018.
Osaka is getting ready to make her re-visitation of the game in the sport later this month at the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics. She will make her debut at the Games and play for Japan, where she was brought into the world prior to moving to the United States.
The documentary will come out only multi week before the opening ceremony.