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Osaka's 23-match winning streak ends against Sakkari in Miami Open

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Looks like she had one of her meltdowns in the first set.

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Oh dear, how sad, nevermind.

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Sakkari shimashita!

God bless the Greeks. Just like they stopped the overbearing Persian juggernaut back in the day, they stopped the Naomi train this time.

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What a shame, oh well, better luck next time. The whole world supports Naomi Osaka in all her endeavours.

God bless the Greeks.

Which one? Zeus?

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Disappointing, but Naomi-chans extraordinary run had to end sooner or later. She always times her peak for the Majors, so rest assured she will be back up top again for Roland Garros in just over 6 weeks!

We love you, Naomi-chan!!

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Toasted HereticToday 02:29 pm JST

What a shame, oh well, better luck next time. The whole world supports Naomi Osaka in all her endeavours.

Please don't group me into your own personal feelings and biased supporting endeavors,

I wish everyone luck especially the underdogs, but she is not my choice of whom I would like to see on top.

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Toasted HereticApr. 1  02:29 pm JST

What a shame, oh well, better luck next time. The whole world supports Naomi Osaka in all her endeavours.

 

“The whole world”?  On what planet do you live? Why are liberals, especially gay liberals, saying they speak for other people, when in fact so many of the other people couldn’t care less about the liberal agenda?

Whenever someone writes or says that "the whole world", or "everyone" (we are referencing over seven billion people) does this or that, I cannot take their opinion seriously and can right away sense their prejudice, bigotry, and lack of respect for other people to have a differing opinion.

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