The trophies and triumphs of Naomi Osaka (No. 3) they will be forever engraved in tennis history. But accompanied by them, There will also be the respect that the Japanese woman has been gaining throughout recent times in terms of mental health.. In dialogue with the magazine Women’s health left more than interesting statements.
“We live in a world where people talk and comment so quickly. The silence is almost uncomfortable.” declared the winner of four Grand Slam tournaments.
Regarding his relationship with the media, he expressed: “I never wanted media training because I didn’t want to change my personality to offer a canned answer that didn’t feel like me. Yes, some people may find my personality different, as does my mixed race background, but I think that’s what makes myself unique. “
Regarding her statements about mental health, the Japanese said: “I hope I have been able to help some people and that they see that athletes are still human like other people and that we are all dealing with something in our lives.”. And then he expanded: “Now more than ever I see that you can be more than just one thing. More than someone who plays tennis.”
Finally, she said that she does meditation every morning and that it helps her to be mentally balanced. “I have a meditation room in my house, which helps set the scene and is super quiet” in addition to expressing that your other ground wire is music. “Music calms me down, it is inspiring and uplifting.”