Naomi Osaka to give prize cash to Haitian tremor aid projects

Naomi Osaka to give prize cash to Haitian tremor aid projects

Naomi Osaka has vowed to give her income from the following week’s Western and Southern Open to help tremor aid ventures in Haiti, the Caribbean country her dad hails from.

The four-time Grand Slam champion declared her promise in light of the 7.2-size shudder that struck the devastated country on Saturday, killing somewhere around 304 individuals and harming hundreds.

“Truly damages to see all the demolition that is going on in Haiti, and I feel like we truly can’t get a break,” Osaka said on Twitter.

“I’m going to play a competition this week and I’ll give all the prize cash to aid ventures for Haiti. I realize our precursors blood is solid we’ll continue to rise.”

World number two Osaka, whose mother is Japanese and who plays under the Japanese banner, has utilized her foundation to point out the causes she thinks often about.

She wore covers finally year’s U.S. Open with the names of casualties of police viciousness on them.

Osaka is cultivated second at the competition in Cincinnati, which runs from Aug. 14 to Aug. 22.

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