Naomi Osaka’s French Open Exit Sparks Debate About Dealing With The Press | Good Morning Britain

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Naomi Osaka sensationally quit the French Open after refusing to end her media boycott.

And the Japan megastar – who says she has suffered depression since the infamous 2018 US Open final win over Serena Williams – could skip Wimbledon after deciding to take “some time away from the court now”.

But should sports players be forced to face the press?

Broadcast on 01/06/21

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