Japanese Tennis Player Naomi Osaka, The Poster Girl Of The Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Took To Social Media On Saturday To Show Her Support For The Decision To Postpone The Games Until Next Year

Osaka, Who Won The U.S. Open In 2018 And The Australian Open In 2019, Was The Central Character In The Video To Launch Tokyo 2020’S Official Motto For The Games, Launched Last Month.

Naomi Osaka at the Roland Garros 2019

The Coronavirus Has Since Spread Across The World, However, Leading To Last Week’s Decision By The Japanese Government And International Olympic Committee To Postpone The Games.

“Everyone Knows How Much The Olympics Means To Me And How Proud I Will Be To Participate In My Home Country,” Osaka, The World Number 10, Wrote On Twitter.

“Of Course, I Am Disappointed That It Won’t Happen This Year But We’ll All Be Ready To Stronger Ever In 2021! I Support Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Brave Decision And The IOC 100%.

“Sport Will Eventually Unite Us Again And Be There For Us Always, But That Time Not Now,” The 22-Year-Old Added.

“This Is The Time For People From All Countries, Backgrounds And Races To Rally Together To Save As Many Lives As We Can. To Me, That Is The Olympic Spirit.

“To The People Of Japan: Stay Strong, Hang In There, And Let’s The Show The World Our Beautiful Country When Time Is Right In 2021.” Osaka concluded