Japan’s Naomi Osaka celebrates after winning her quarter-final in her Australian Open warm-up tournament. Photo: Reuters Japan’s Naomi Osaka celebrates after winning her quarter-final in her Australian Open warm-up tournament. Photo: Reuters
Japan’s Naomi Osaka celebrates after winning her quarter-final in her Australian Open warm-up tournament. Photo: Reuters
Jonathan White
Opinion

Opinion

Faster, Higher, Stronger by Jonathan White

Tokyo 2020: Naomi Osaka talks more sense than Olympic playbook

  • Japan’s tennis star said she would be willing to quarantine to play at her home Olympics this summer but isolating not in Games guide
  • First of series of playbooks bans hugging, high fives and handshakes and fans asked not to cheer but Covid-19 vaccines not essential

Japan’s Naomi Osaka celebrates after winning her quarter-final in her Australian Open warm-up tournament. Photo: Reuters Japan’s Naomi Osaka celebrates after winning her quarter-final in her Australian Open warm-up tournament. Photo: Reuters
Japan’s Naomi Osaka celebrates after winning her quarter-final in her Australian Open warm-up tournament. Photo: Reuters
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Jonathan White

Jonathan White

Jonathan White joined the Post in 2017 after a decade reporting on sport from China. He originally moved to Beijing to coach football in 2007 and later spent two years in Shanghai.