In a bold and unusual move, young phenom Naomi Osaka stunned the tennis world Monday by announcing her withdrawal from the French Open, citing mental health issues. While other players have left major tournaments midstream, typically because of physical injury, this was different. In an Instagram post, Osaka noted that she had suffered from depression and social anxiety since playing in a highly stressful US Open back in 2018 and that she goes through “huge waves of anxiety” before she speaks to the media. Read More
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