|Net Worth||$16 million|
|Date of Birth||16 October 1997|
Naomi Osaka Net Worth, How did the American tennis player accumulate her Net Worth? Read on to find out more about Naomi Osaka Net Worth and her career.
Naomi Osaka Early Life
She is an Japanese American professional tennis player. Naomi Osaka’s mother is from Hokkaido, Japan and her father is from Jacmel, Haiti.
Osaka has an older sister named Mari who is also a professional tennis player. The two girls were given their mother’s maiden name because of the Japanese Family Registration Law ‘Koseki’, when the family lived in Japan ‘the foreign husband must join the Japanese spouse’s koseki and children are registered under the Japanese spouse’s surname’.
Osaka’s parents met when her father was visiting Hokkaido while he was a college student in New York.
Naomi Osaka Career
Naomi Osaka was born on the 16th of October, 1997 in Chūō-Ku, Osaka, Japan. She turned professional in 2013 and has won more than $10 million in prize money. Osaka’s biggest win was winning the US Open in 2018 by defeating Serena Williams.
She has won a total of two WTA titles and achieved her highest ranking after winning the US Open in September 2018 at #7.
Naomi reached the 4th round of the Australian Open in 2018 and the 3rd rounds of the French Open and Wimbledon in 2016 and 2018 ‘French’ and 2017 and 2018 ‘Wimbledon’. Her first win was at the 2018 Indian Wells Open.
Naomi Osaka Net Worth
As of today, Naomi Osaka Net Worth is $16 Million. Naomi Osaka Net Worth is earned from her career as a tennis player.
From August 2018 to August 2019, Naomi earned $24 million salary, endorsements and other winnings. She won $3.8 million for winning the US Open and signed an endorsement deal with Nissan
Naomi Osaka is a Japanese American tennis player who turned professional in 2013 and has won more than $10 million in prize money.
Osaka’s biggest win was winning the US Open in 2018 by defeating Serena Williams.
As of 2020, Naomi Osaka’s net worth is $16 Million.
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