French Open Chiefs Reveals Naomi Osaka Was Treated With Care, Discards Player’s Accusation

French Open chiefs argued on Sunday that they treated Naomi Osaka with “care and respect” after being accused of heavy-handedness towards the Japanese star who withdrew from Roland Garros, revealing she had suffered long-term depression, aso Naija gathered.

World number two Osaka was fined $15,000 and threatened with Grand Slam disqualification for refusing to attend mandatory press conferences.

I think we cared for her. We tried to engage. We were pragmatic in the way we handled the progressive approach to sanctions,” said French Tennis Federation director-general Amelie Oudea-Castera as the tournament closed on Sunday.

“We were very much aligned with all the Slams to make sure this was not a Roland Garros position. We took care of her since she withdrew from the tournament.

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“It was a very sensitive and difficult situation, but we believe we treated that with respect, with care.”

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