The Haitian star of world tennis Naomi Osaka is in the spotlight, in front of the prestigious American magazine “TIME” for the number of Thursday, January 10. The Japanese is described as “heiress” of the supremacy of Serena Williams she eclipsed in the final of the US Open 2018.
Here is one more box that Naomi Osaka can check in the construction of its legend. Since winning the Indian Wells and especially since her victory in the US Open final against Serena Williams, becoming the first Japanese to win a Grand Slam singles and men's singles tournament, the reputation of the young girl of The 21-year-old is not limited to the highest bars on the world scale.
The Japanese-Haitian tenniswoman has just made the cover of the international edition of the American magazine TIME. The weekly traces its meteoric rise under the title “The Heir”, translating the Heiress into French. The player has even retweeted it by releasing some words that claim her pride of being on the cover of TIME.
– NaomiOsaka 大 坂 な お み (@Naomi_Osaka_) January 10, 2019
Propelled international star into a lapse, Naomi is prized by the magazine's senior editor Sean Gregory, who pays tribute to him and tells his story in the world of tennis, from his humble beginnings to his future potential. Gregory nicknamed her the “Heiress” with the talent to surpass even Williams, whom she admires.
TIME's report on Osaka is available on the magazine's website and will be available in print on January 21.  The report is here on this link: https://www.google.com/amp/amp.timeinc.net/time/5498898/naomi-osaka