Tennis: Osaka cruises to 2nd turn during Japan Women’s Open

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16:42 14 Sep 2016

By Morichika Nakamoto
TOKYO, Sept. 14, Kyodo

Japanese youngster Naomi Osaka had a resounding initial turn feat during a Japan Women’s Open on Wednesday, dispatching Estonia’s Anett Kontaveit 6-0, 6-2 in underneath an hour.

The 18-year-old universe No. 69, who done her Grand Slam entrance this year and reached a third turn during a Australian, French and U.S. Opens, was well-developed on a backhand side in her straight-sets win. The 126th-ranked Estonian could not live with Osaka’s energy and accuracy.

“The final compare we played during a U.S. Open opposite (Madison) Keys, she was attack unequivocally tough and we didn’t unequivocally have a possibility to be aggressive. So today, no matter what, we attempted to force my game,” pronounced Osaka.

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