Tennis: Naomi Osaka joins the absences at the Australian Open | Tweet

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The Japanese tennis player Naomi Osakatwice winner of australian openha canceled his participation this Sunday in it 'Grand Slam'oceanic, the first of the season, one week after its start.

The tournament organizers They did not explain the reason for the withdrawal of the Japanesebut the winner in 2019 and 2021 she has not competed in any WTA tournament since withdrawing from a tournament in Tokyo last September due to stomach pains.

The 25-year-old tennis player has so far won a total of four 'Grand Slam' titles in his young career. last year was lost Wimbledon by a Achilles tendon injuryMeanwhile in Roland Garros and the US Open it was eliminated in the first round.

The absence from osaka adds to those of venus williams, 42-year-old and four-time winner in Australia, who confirmed his withdrawal from the throne due to injury. In the men's draw, the number one in the world, the Spanish Carlos Alcarazis also low by a muscle injury.

(With information from Europe Press)

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