Tennis star Naomi Osaka said Monday she wants to be on top form at the Olympics and will take part in news conferences, after pulling out of several tournaments citing her struggles with depression and anxiety.
The world number two told Japan’s national broadcaster NHK she was getting ready to play on home turf at the pandemic-postponed Tokyo Games, after having withdrawn from Wimbledon and the French Open.
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