Osaka fined for media blacklist, could confront removal from French Open

Japan’s Naomi Osaka could possibly be tossed out of the French Open within the occasion that she retains on boycotting post-match information gatherings on the competitors, the main group of Improbable Pummel tennis competitions stated as we speak.

Osaka, who was fined US$15,000 (RM62,003) for skirting the information gathering after her first-round triumph at Roland Garros, might likewise confront suspension from different Improbable Pummel competitions, the board added.

The four-times Improbable Hammer champion stated lately she wouldn’t face the media throughout the French Open, refering to emotional well-being causes.

We’ve got exhorted Naomi Osaka that ought to she carry on disregarding her media commitments throughout the competitors, she would open herself to conceivable additional Implicit guidelines encroachment outcomes,” the main group of Glorious Hammer stated in a proclamation.

“As could also be regular, rehash infringement attract tougher approvals together with default from the competitors… what’s extra, the set off of a major offense examination that might immediate extra beneficiant fines and future Fabulous Hammer suspensions.”

The board reminded Osaka that “a middle element of the Improbable Hammer pointers is the responsibility of the gamers to attract in with the media, regardless of the aftereffect of their match”.

It added that “the psychological well-being of gamers contending in our competitions and on the Visits is completely essential to the Nice Hammers”.