The Japanese tennis stand Naomi Osaka captured the Australian Open title and world-wide number 1-spot hitting Petra Kvitova – in scenes that narrowly contrasted with her maid Grand Slam defeated Serena Williams last year.
Osaka, 21, added the Australian Open title to his United States Open title with a tough fight, a three-year win over very small Czech Petrova in a game that entertained fanatics under the lights in Melbourne.
The victory of Osaka Down Under, and an accompanying post-match presentation, in which both players were given excerpt, was very different from the victory over Serena Williams in New York City in September.
In this case, the triumph of the young man of the Grand Slam Japanese team came up with a poisonous background, driven by Williams's poisonous extraordinary winner, Carlos Ramos.
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In Melbourne, rather than crying tears of misery, Osaka collapsed in unbridled joy because her reach of winners back to the back Grand Slams began to deepen.
With the limitation firmly on her and her fulfillment, the young person then gave a characteristic frightening fun speech, strengthening himself to tennis fans by acknowledging "Public speech is not really my strong suit".
"I read notes before this, but I still forgot what I supposed to say!" she then laughed out of the crowd.
She also paid tribute to his beaten opponent Kvitova, who scored plagues to fight back from a career-threatening knife attack two years ago to coincide, what would be the third title of Grand Slam.
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It was difficult to ignore the contradiction with the scenes last time when Osaka had been awarded a Grand Slam title to the crowd's railroad back after the Williams calumny's calumny.
This was something that was not lost in some social media.
So refreshing to have a Grand Slam-final presentation with Naomi Osaka as the deserved winner and without the acceleration of the loser having trouble and calling the referee thief. # Autopsy
– Ned Zelic (@NedZelic) January 26, 2019
Naomi Osaka was hidden when she won her first slam. So she just won the next slam to let everyone know.
– Gregg Rosenthal (@greggrosenthal) January 26, 2019
Australian newspaper The Herald Sun, edited in a row over a Serena Williams cartoon last year after the US Open controversy, said that this time there was "Not sulking loser" to damage the Osaka match.
Interrupting sweet memories of a traumatic US Open triumph on the displeased Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka finally got the moment she deserved. https://t.co/OGArxD4msm
– Herald Sun Sport (@heraldsunsport) January 26, 2019
Others paid equal taxes to Kvitova, which imposed three championship points in a typically hard way in the second set to almost turn the tossing of the match before Osaka reaffirmed himself in the third set.
New world No.1 Naomi Osaka.
A brilliant end that could easily run away. She is a star.
Petra Kvitova is so full of grace in defeat and so respectable about the sport she loves.
A great start to the tennis year with Rafa and Novak to wait.
– Andrew Castle (@ AndrewCastle63) January 26, 2019
Osaka's success was accompanied by a series of first-even she was the first Asian player to face the world's tennis singles-likewise the first woman to win her two Big Slams back to the back of Jennifer Capriati at the beginning of the century.
First Asian champion Li Na distributes the Australian Open Trophy to the first Asian Asian world # 1 Naomi Osaka. Moment.
– Tumaini Carayol (@tumcarayol) January 26, 2019
Naomi Osaka, Japan's 21-year-old, overcomes Petra Kvitova 7-6 5-7 6-4 to win the Australian Opening and become world No. 1 (was nominated n-72 this year). The first player since Jennifer Capriati in 2001 to win two large major titles at back-ups. # Autopsy
– Stuart Fraser (@stu_fraser) January 26, 2019
Others simply paid tribute to two inspirational players who provided a suitable statement to the women's singles in Melbourne.
When I grow, I want to be like Naomi Osaka. The way in which she has regrouped after that second set is the skill that I have yet acquired in my life.
When I grow, I want b as Petra Kvitova. The way that she has become a trauma in triumph is something that inspires me every day!
– Reem Abulleil (@ReemAbulleil) January 26, 2019
This time, it's all the smiles:
Naomi Osaka retained its advance of the US Open win by 2019 # Autopsy, striking Petra Kvitova 7-6 (2), 5-7, 6-4 in a sensual-good, roller nun, recovering after missing three match points in a second set.
The championship of a champion.
– Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) January 26, 2019
One fan simply wrote that the world "do not deserve" Naomi Osaka.