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Naomi Osaka: A Heart for Haiti and Japan

Naomi Osaka: A Heart for Haiti and Japan
Naomi Osaka: A Heart for Haiti and Japan
Naomi Osaka: A Heart for Haiti and Japan
Naomi Osaka: A Heart for Haiti and Japan
Naomi Osaka: A Heart for Haiti and Japan
Naomi Osaka: A Heart for Haiti and Japan
Naomi Osaka: A Heart for Haiti and Japan
Naomi Osaka: A Heart for Haiti and Japan
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Naomi Osaka is a Haitian-Japanese professional tennis player. On September 8, 2018, at the age of 20 years old, Naomi Osaka made history when she defeated 23 times Grand Slam winner Serena Williams at the U.S. Open Singles Tournament finals.  She became the first person, male or female, playing for Japan to win a Grand Slam title.
She also became the first Haitian and the first Japanese person to win the U.S. Open.
In this resource, learn more about Naomi Osaka and her love for Haiti and Japan.

Included in this resource:

-Poster of Naomi Osaka (color and black and white)

-Naomi Osaka Information sheet (color and black and white)

-Flags of Haiti and Japan (color and black and white)

-Naomi Osaka "Four-Square" graphic organizer (color and black and white)

-Naomi Osaka/flags of Haiti and Japan coloring sheet (black and white)

-Naomi Osaka coloring sheet (black and white)

Last Updated: 09/13/2018

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12 pages
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