Naomi Osaka continues to prove why she is probably the best at this time. Just hours after winning her first-round match against Saisai Zheng, she stood tall again in the 2nd round at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. After successfully cruising through the first round, Naomi Osaka came face to face against Viktorija Golubic of Switzerland in the second round.
The firm determination of Naomi helped her once again put up a dominant performance as the Swiss star failed to give her tough competition, with the match once again ending in favor of Naomi Osaka. World no. 2 Naomi Osaka advances to the third round by defeating Viktorija Golubic 6-3, 6-2.
The match merely lasted for an hour with both sets averaging approximately 30 minutes. The match was headed on by Serbia’s Marijana Veljovic. The body language of Naomi Osaka was good from start till the end. She never looked like giving her opponent any chance whatsoever of any comeback.
I’m here for a good time. pic.twitter.com/P10GyUAJt5
— NaomiOsaka大坂なおみ (@naomiosaka) July 26, 2021
Statistics and Analysis: Naomi Osaka vs Viktorija Golubic
Let’s have a look at the match statistics and analysis.
|Aces on 1st serve||1||3|
|Points won on 1st serve||23/40||19/22|
|Aces on 2nd serve||0||0|
|Points won on 2nd serve||5/9||18/23|
|Total Points Won||36||61|
|Receiving points won||8/45(18%)||24/52(46%)|
|Net points won||5/6(83%)||4/9(44%)|
That winning look 👀🇯🇵
— ITF (@ITFTennis) July 26, 2021
The Japanese Supergirl didn’t let her focus break till the end and secured an emphatic victory. With fewer unforced errors and a total of 61 points, she claimed success.
What’s upcoming for the Japanese sensation?
She cruised past her challenges and made her way comfortably into the 3rd round of the Tokyo Olympics 2020. It will be interesting to see who she faces here next. The 3rd round ties are yet to be decided As the game goes on the competition gets tougher, Naomi Osaka will look to prove her contention for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics gold.
With all the support of her fans, she can emerge victorious here at the Ariake Tennis Park.