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Nishikori ponders mixed doubles with Osaka at Tokyo Olympics

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And Nishikori has lived in the US more than half his life and must be well Americanized by now.

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@zen--Haitian ancestry true, but nationality/passport doubtful since she hasnt lived there. Arent you forgetting her second nationality? Therein is the answer to your query.

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Why doubles with Osaka? Nishikori is Japanese and Osaka is Haitian-American.

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Well, it's his only hope of getting a medal, quite honestly. He isn't good enough to win in the men's draw.

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Dont worry about Kei-chan. His salary is US $20 Million per year, just in sponsirship. And rising every year.

He’s certainly making enough money, cobber-chan, but I’m not sure it’ll keep on rising. He’s probably past his best now.

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A Doubles Dream Team made in heaven! If Kei-chan and Naomi-chan can fit this into their schedule, no one could stop them. I am excited just thinking about it. 126 Million people will be screaming and cheering every point they win!! GOLD!!

 Is he trying to piggyback on Naomi's fame now that she is on the up and he is sliding out of the TV limelight? 

Dont worry about Kei-chan. His salary is US $20 Million per year, just in sponsirship. And rising every year.

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wouldn't you ask the woman first before saying anything? what a presumptive knob. Is he trying to piggyback on Naomi's fame now that she is on the up and he is sliding out of the TV limelight? Now she gets all the J press asking her about a fantasy she had no input into.

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