Abandoning US citizenship, Naomi Osaka will represent Japan in the Olympics

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Abandoning US citizenship, Naomi Osaka will represent Japan in the Olympics
Naomi Osaka just won the “China Cup” last week.Sauna, night net Wu Jiang photographed next Wednesday, Naomi Osaka will celebrate his 22nd birthday.Before his birthday, Naomi Osaka, who has dual Japanese and American citizenship, decided to renounce American citizenship and will represent Japan in the Tokyo Olympics next year.Naomi Osaka, now ranked third in the world, was born on October 16, 1997 in Osaka, Japan. He lived in Japan until the age of three.Naomi Osaka ‘s father is a Haitian American and her mother is Japanese. She has dual nationality.In 2013, in order to let her daughter develop better in tennis, his father decided to let Naomi Osaka participate in the game on behalf of Japan.At the beginning of last season, Naomi Osaka entered the explosive period. He first won his first singles championship in the Indian Wells Crown game, and then won the first Grand Slam in the US Open final, becoming the second after Li NaAn Asian player who won a Grand Slam.This year, after the Australian Open, Naomi Osaka was ranked first in the world after the Australian Open was closed.Although there have been volatility since then, Nasaka’s seasonal recovery in Asia first won the Pan Pacific Championships in Osaka, Japan, and just won the China Open Women’s Singles Championship in Beijing last week.Although he has been competing on behalf of Japan for many years, Naomi Osaka has always had dual citizenship.In accordance with the relevant laws of Japan, people with dual nationality must prioritize their nationality before the age of 22.Next Wednesday, Naomi Osaka will celebrate his 22nd birthday.According to Japanese media reports, Naomi Osaka has already gone through the relevant procedures for the selection of Japanese nationality on October 10th, officially abandoning US nationality, and will represent Japan in the Tokyo Olympics next year.In an interview with the media by the Air Force, Naomi Osaka said that it was her dream to win a gold medal in Tokyo. “I participate in the Grand Slam every year, but only once in the Olympic Games in four years.”