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Tokyo-based Citizen Watch Co.'s 80,000 yen (USD 700) Naomi Osaka watch is selling out at stores in Japan, thanks to the exposure it got on her wrist at the US Open.
Naomi Osaka's 6-2, 6-4 win over Serena Williams quickly became infamous for the American's flare-up in the second set.
Wozniacki said she initially felt unwell after Wimbledon before waking up during the Rogers Cup in August unable to lift her arms.
The Japanese will face home hope Zhang Shuai in the last eight in the Chinese capital after Zhang pulled off a shock in defeating three-time Grand Slam champion Angelique Kerber.
Told that she had been branded "Queen of Cool" by an Australian tennis magazine, the 20-year-old looked startled.
Serena Williams's high-profile meltdown made headlines over Naomi Osaka's feat in becoming the first Japanese to win a Grand Slam.
Williams' name, along with that of her sister Venus, did not appear on a list of 64 players ahead of the start of the tournament in Beijing, one of the women's tour's mandatory events.
Serena Williams lost the decider in straight sets to Japan's Naomi Osaka after a fiery confrontation with chair umpire Carlos Ramos that she later blamed on sexism.
Cibulkova will get her first crack at newly crowned US Open champ Osaka after squeaking into the last 16 of the Pan Pacific Open.
Osaka has refused to blame her childhood idol, who called chair umpire Carlos Ramos a "thief" in an astonishing rant triggered by a code violation for coaching that culminated in a docked game.
Barbora Strycova struck down Serena Williams' 'sexism' charge against Umpire Carlos Ramos during her US Open final match.
Ramos gave Williams three code violations in her straight-set loss to Naomi Osaka last weekend, and the American great argued that she wasn't being treated the same as some male players.
Nissan said the passionate videogame player and Beyonce fan would appear in global promotions and advertising in its three-year contract.
Osaka's victory also challenges Japanese attitudes about identity in a homogeneous culture that is being pushed to change.
The 20-year-old melted hearts when she broke down sobbing after thrashing her idol 6-2, 6-4 to become Japan's first Grand Slam singles champion in New York last weekend.