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A court in Florida has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Naomi Osaka’s former coach demanding a portion of the tennis star’s earnings, Osaka’s management agency said Wednesday.

According to U.S. media, a court in Florida rejected a claim by Osaka’s former junior coach Christophe Jean that he had formed a contract with the family granting him 20 percent of the earnings of Osaka and her sister Mari over their careers.

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