The japanese tennis champion Naomi Osaka of regret for that OLYMPICS nevertheless does not take place in Tokyo this summer.

the Japanese have to wait to 2021 to organise the OLYMPICS, after the summer olympic games in Tokyo earlier in the week was postponed due to coronaviruses.

It annoyed one of the country’s biggest sports stars, tennisspilleren Naomi Osaka.

– All know, how much the OLYMPICS means to me and how proud I will be to attend in my home country. Of course, I am disappointed that it’s not going to happen this year, but we will all be ready and stronger than ever in 2021, she writes on Twitter.

– Sport will unite us again and always be there for us, but not right now. Now the people from all countries, backgrounds and races stand together and save as many lives as possible. For me, it is the olympic spirit.

the 22-year-old Osaka has two grand slam titles on the cv after wins at the US Open in 2018 and the Australian Open in 2019.

In January 2019, she took the for the first time to the top of the world rankings. She has since smoked down on the tenth.

Osaka is born in Japan and plays under the japanese flag, but is raised in the UNITED states.