Naomi Osaka was upbeat despite her three-set defeat by Amanda Anisimova.  For all the contention around her dislike of press conferences, the Japanese four-time major champion sat in one for 15 minutes and spoke expansively and philosophically about the Australian Open title defence which had just ended and her new approach to such challenges. ‘I fought for every point. I can’t be sad about that. You know, like I’m not God. I can’t win every match,’ Osaka said. ‘I can’t, like, think of myself to try to win the Grand Slam at the start of the year every time.’ Read More