Naomi Osaka, the tennis sensation recently released her documentary on popular OTT platform Netflix, know about its release date and review
All tennis fans are going gaga about the release of their favorite documentary release. Naomi Osaka documentary series has been released on Netflix recently and the trailer is making all tennis fans crazy. This series is titled ‘Playing by her own rules. The tennis celebrity player announced the release of her documentary on her Twitter handle and got a lot of appreciation from her fans throughout the globe.
Naomi Osaka is a professional tennis player from Japan who has made the entire tennis community proud with her achievements. In the singles category of the Grand Slam, she has been a champion four 4 times. Her entire tennis career is decorated with numerous prestigious achievements.
Naomi Osaka New Netflix Documentary: Release Date And Review
The Naomi Osaka documentary features a number of incidents from the player’s life. It also depicts her struggle and how she acquired to become the best one out there. Naomi stated that she was terrific for the release as this documentary is the exact reflection of her personality and life. Also, she compared this documentary with a tennis match and stated that here she cannot play good or bad, all moments are candid.
Naomi Osaka documentary got released on 16th July 2021 on Netflix. After the release, the player mentioned that she would be glad if people like her documentary, and if anyone doesn’t that is fine too as she can’t please everyone. Also, she added she is excited as well as nervous and is hoping that everyone enjoys watching it.
In the second episode of the documentary, the player has also talked a little bit about Kobe Bryant’s death. Kobe died in a helicopter crash along with others from Los Angeles Lakers and his daughter Gianna. A total of 9 people lost their lives during this car crash.
Definitely, the Noami Osaka documentary will help you in getting a good glimpse of her world and knowing her better. The first episode is all about Naomi discussing how she feels about living alone in her new house. She states that she was quite scared.