Naomi Osaka attended the latest concert of the South Korean band, BTS in Inglewood, CA. The concert was held in the SoFi stadium, as several high profile names were in attendance for the event. Naomi Osaka, who is a huge fan of BTS was also in the stands to catch a glimpse of her favorite band.
Naomi Osaka uploaded a few videos from her visit to the SoFi stadium on her Instagram Story. The Japanese has had quite an eventful year this season which started with a title at the Australian Open 2021. However, since then it has gone all hay wire for the four time major champion, as she has struggled with mental health issues.
While she is focused on making her comeback next year, Naomi Osaka is also enjoying her time off court. The tennis star would want to find herself in a good state of mind before she steps on to the court in 2022.
Naomi Osaka is a huge fan of the popular BTS band
Naomi Osaka has been a huge admirer of BTS over the years, she also ran an Instagram fan account for her beloved band. Osaka also played BTS songs while warming-up prior to a match. She played the BTS Song, “Dream Glow” during her match against Marketa Vondrousova at Tokyo Olympics.
Her tweet from 2019 shows that she has been following the popular band since a long period of time. When BTS dropped their album in the early part of 2019, Osaka was quick to point her favorite song.
Naomi Osaka has not stepped on the tennis court ever since her third round loss against Leylah Fernandez at US Open 2021. The Japanese has missed several marquee events this year owing to personal issues, which includes French Open and Wimbledon.
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