Naomi Osaka Net Worth: Earnings, House, Age, Height, Biography

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Naomi Osaka Net Worth: $50 Million (approx.)

Net Worth:$45 Million (approx.)
Date of Birth:Oct 16, 1997
Age:25 years
Place of Birth:Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan
Nationality:Japanese, American

Naomi Osaka net worth is around $50 million. Naomi Osaka is a famous Japanese American professional tennis player.

Naomi Osaka Net Worth
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After being recognized on world stage in 2018, within just two years Naomi became one of  the highest-paid female athletes in the world.

In 2019, Naomi Osaka earned $25 million from endorsements and tennis tournaments earnings. In 2020, Naomi earned $38 million. In 2021 Naomi Osaka earned nearly $60 million which made her the highest-paid female athlete in history. Naomi Osaka crossed the highest-paid female athlete, Serena Williams.

Naomi Osaka Salary:

Between 2019 and 2021, Naomi Osaka earned more than $120 million in total earnings. Major chunk of her earnings come from endorsements with companies like Nike, MasterCard and Nissan.

In September 2020, Naomi Osaka earned $3 million when she won the US Open. One of her biggest early career on-court prizes came when Naomi Osaka won $3.8 million for winning the US Open in 2018.

Naomi Osaka Endorsements:

Throughout her career, Naomi has had many lucrative endorsement deals with companies like Adidas, Nike, Nissan, and Citizen Watch. In 2021, Naomi Osaka was named the brand ambassador for Tag Heuer watches and Louis Vuitton.

Naomi Osaka House:

In 2019, Naomi Osaka paid $6.9 million to acquire Joe Jonas’ former Beverly Hills mansion.

Naomi Osaka Biography:

Country (sports)Japan
ResidenceBeverly Hills, California, U.S.
BornOctober 16, 1997 (age 26)
Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan
Height1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Turned proSeptember 2013
PlaysRight-handed (two-handed backhand)
CoachWim Fissette (2020–2022)
Prize money$21,050,567
Career record264–147 (64.2%)
Career titles7
Highest rankingNo. 1 (January 28, 2019)
Current rankingNo. 44 (August 22, 2022)
Grand Slam singles results
Australian OpenW (2019, 2021)
French Open3R (2016, 2018, 2019)
Wimbledon3R (2017, 2018)
US OpenW (2018, 2020)

Naomi Osaka was born on October 16, 1997 in Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan. Naomi’s mother, Tamaki Osaka, and her father, Leonard Francois, raised her along with her older sister Mari. Osaka’s mother is Japanese while her father is Haitian.

Naomi Osaka Biography
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Osaka spent the first 3 years of her life in Japan before the family moved to Elmont, New York where they lived with her father’s parents. Osaka’s father was heavily influenced by Richards Williams, the father of Venus and Serena Williams, and emulated how he trained his daughters to become the best in tennis, though he had never played tennis himself.

When Naomi Osaka was 9 years old, family moved to Florida so that Naomi and her sister could get better opportunities to train in tennis. During the days, Osaka would practice on the Pembroke Pines public courts while she was homeschooled at night.

Naomi Osaka started working with coach Patrick Tauma at the ISP Academy when she was 15 years old. In 2014, Osaka moved to the Harold Solomon Tennis Academy and then later began training at the ProWorld Tennis Academy.

Although most of her training and upbringing took place in the United States, Osaka’s parents decided from early on that their daughters would represented Japan if given the opportunity.

Naomi Osaka Professional Career:

Naomi Osaka played her first qualifying professional match on her 14th birthday. A few months later, Naomi made her professional main draw debut in a doubles match that she played with her sister, Mari. In 2013, Naomi Osaka turned professional just before she turned 16.

During her first year as a professional, Naomi climbed from 406 to 250 in the WTA rankings. In 2015, Naomi qualified for the last two Grand Slam singles events of the season, Wimbledon and the US Open.

In 2016, Osaka began the season by playing three tournaments in Australia. She made it to the third round of the Australian Open, upsetting a couple of notable players that were higher ranked than her.

After a few successful key matches in the United States, Naomi cracked the top 100 WTA rankings for the first time. At the end of the 2016 season, Naomi Osaka was named the WTA Newcomer of the Year.

The 2017 season was also a successful season for Osaka, though Naomi Osaka did not climb any further in the rankings. The following year, in 2018, Osaka hired coach Sascha Bajin during the offseason in order to better prepare for the season.

After a successful opening at the Australia Open, Naomi Osaka climbed into the top 50. Osaka soon after won the Indian Wells Open, a career breakthrough as it marked her first professional title. The following week, she also beat her childhood idol, Serena Williams, in the Miami Open. The middle of the season was relatively quiet, though she kept climbing in the rankings to reach the no. 4 spot in the world by the end of the season.

Osaka began the 2019 season by winning the Australian Open, which earned her the no. 1 world ranking. She was the first Asian player to ever be ranked no. 1 in the world singles rankings. After a few losses later in the season, her ranking dropped down to no. 3 in the world.

In 2020, Naomi Osaka only played four tournaments due to the arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic. Naomi didn’t lose a match in either the Cincinnati Open or the US Open, becoming the first player to win a US Open women’s singles finals by coming back from being down a set. Naomi Osaka success continued into 2021, when she claimed her second Australian Open title.

But, Osaka struggled through the rest of the season and withdrew from the French Open, in addition to announcing that she was not participate in Wimbledon, citing mental health issues. When she returned to play the US Open, Naomi Osaka did not defend her title and received a citation for losing her composure during the match and firing a ball into the stands. She then announced that she would be taking a hiatus from the sport for a while.

Naomi Osaka’s playing style has been described as aggressive with excellent raw power. Even at the age of 16, she was able to hit 100 mph forehands and her serve has been clocked at 124 mph. Naomi Osaka has worked on improving her mental approach to the game in order to reduce errors and improve consistency.

Naomi Osaka Boyfriend:

Naomi Osaka is in a relationship with the American rapper, Cordae.

Naomi Osaka Interesting Facts:

  • Naomi is shy person,
  • Naomi has a dry sense of humor.
  • Naomi Osaka also became the co-owner of the North Carolina Courage, a National Women’s Soccer League, in 2021.
  • Naomi Osaka initially did not have a strong relationship with her maternal grandparents, as they originally did not accept her parents’ relationship as her father is not Japanese. But, they did begin supporting Osaka when her tennis career began taking off.