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Rising star Osaka has bright future ahead in tennis

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By Steve Keating

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she remained stonefaced having been stung by people poking fun at her crying.

Unfortunately there are negative, mean-hearted people in the world. Screw em and be yourself, the haters are nobodies who never did nothing!

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And endorsements! I just saw that Nishikori, the other Japan quarter finalist, is #3 in men’s endorsement earnings at $38 million.

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And endorsements! I just saw that Nishikori, the other Japan quarter finalist, is #3 in men’s endorsement earnings at $38 million.

Uniqlo must be loaded!

Reminds me when Sharapova used to be the biggest earner, despite clearly not being anywhere the best player. Hell, you can go back to the days of Kournikova, who didn't even win one single WTA singles title.

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Reminds me when Sharapova used to be the biggest earner, despite clearly not being anywhere the best player. Hell, you can go back to the days of Kournikova, who didn't even win one single WTA singles title.

Kournikova maybe right but seriously Sharapova? From wikipedia:

Grand Slam Singles results

Australian Open

W (2008)

French Open

W (2012, 2014)

Wimbledon

W (2004)

US Open

W (2006)

Highest ranking

No. 1 (August 22, 2005)

Five grand slam titles, having won all four them, highest ranking number 1. How many female tennis player can achieve this? She maybe not the best of the best but sure she is one of the best.

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