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(Reuters) - Fans who taunt Bryson DeChambeau with "Brooksie" chants to show what side they have taken in his well-documented feud with Brooks Koepka could be thrown out of tournaments, PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan said on Tuesday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Defending U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka said on Monday she had put undue pressure on herself by constantly striving for perfection and that going forward she wanted to stop picking holes in her own performances and be happy with trying her best.
(Reuters) - Tennis great Billie Jean King has praised Naomi Osaka for speaking out on mental health issues and her stand against racial injustice.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Naomi Osaka did not appear to be too worried over her recent run of poor results in the run up to the U.S. Open and remained confident about chances of successfully defending her title at Flushing Meadows.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fans and players will be expected to exercise caution despite COVID-19 restrictions being eased when the U.S. Open begins on Monday with capacity crowds in attendance, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) said.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tennis governing bodies take mental health issues extremely seriously but are aware that more needs to be done to support players in that area, International Tennis Federation chief David Haggerty told Reuters.
(Reuters) - World number two Naomi Osaka said she was under immense pressure to disclose more details when she stepped away from the French Open for a mental health break, but is now ready to make Japan proud at the Tokyo Olympics.
(Reuters) -Naomi Osaka has withdrawn from this month's Wimbledon championships for personal reasons but her agent said on Thursday that the world number two will be ready for the Tokyo Olympics.
PARIS (Reuters) - French Open organisers defended their handling of the Naomi Osaka situation on Sunday but accepted that the governing bodies need to do better on mental health issues following the Japanese player's exit from the Grand Slam over her media boycott.
PARIS (Reuters) - Czech Barbora Krejcikova said she was so stressed out before her fourth-round match against Sloane Stephens on Monday that she cried and needed a pep talk from her psychologist to convince her to step onto the court.