Naomi Osaka catapulted into the global spotlight in 2018 with her memorable U.S. Open win over Serena Williams and backed it up four months later with a second grand slam in Australia—the first singles majors ever for a Japanese player. She was hailed for the breakthrough, but the tennis ace was just getting warmed up.

Osaka’s last 12 months have constituted one of the most memorable years ever by an athlete—male or female—across any sport. Read More