Here is everything you need to know about Mari Osaka, the elder sister of Naomi Osaka, including her net worth, career, records, personal life and much more
Mari Osaka is an elder sister of tennis super star Naomi Osaka. Mari herself used to play tennis but announced her retirement from the sport earlier this year at age of just 25. She never became as popular as Naomi, but we will know more about her and also take a look at her net worth, career, and personal life.
Mari Osaka Facts
|Birth Place||Osaka, Japan|
|Father’s Name||Leonard Francois|
|Mother’s Name||Tamaki Osaka|
|School||Elmont Alden Terrace Primary School|
Broward Virtual Middle High School
|Net Worth||$1 million (estimated)|
|Prize Money till date||$92,685|
|Date of Birth||3 April 1996|
|Height||Around 5 feet 11 inches|
|Achievements||Highest Ranking: World No. 280|
Mari Net Worth, Endorsements and Earnings
Mari Osaka’s tennis career was cut short because of injuries and inconsistencies so she could never became as popular as her sister. She made her WTA tour debut in 2014 in doubles match and only got an opportunity make singles debut after five years in 2019 thanks to wild card entry. Her net worth currently stands at roughly $1 million. Her career earnings as well is not that much in comparison to her sister or other tennis stars. Her earning in career stands at $92,685 as she spent very little time as a professional tennis player. When it comes to her endorsement – it is not known to public but while playing – she used to wear Yonex attire.
Mari Osaka Tennis Career
Few people know that Mari was seen as a better player than Naomi during the start of their career. For many years, Naomi was always second best when they faced each other during their journey to become profession. It took more than a decade for former No.1 to beat her elder sister Mari, But when it came to professional tennis – Mari never made it to the big boys league.
There is not much to tell about her career as a tennis player. Osaka made her debut at the WTA tour in 2014, in the doubles event where she partnered with former Russian player Marina Shamayko.
They were knocked out in the first round itself. She made her WTA Tour singles debut five years later in 2019 and ended up on losing in the first round. Although she has not won a tournament yet, she has been the runner-up on four occasions. Earlier, this year she announced that she is retiring from the sport.
On the other hand, when it comes to Naomi career – it’s been a rollercoaster ride for her. She has already won the Grand Slam four times that includes two US Opens and two Australian Opens. Naomi has also had some issues in her personal life but she has managed to beat that and is looking in upbeat mood off late.
Mari Osaka personal life
Mari’s mother Tamaki Osaka is Japanese, while her father Leonard Francois is Haitian. She and her sister, Naomi Osaka chose to take their mother’s surname instead of their father Francois. Both the sisters at one point were compared to Williams sisters and many believed the duo will take the tennis world by storm. 4 years old.
Mari and her sister grew up in Fort Lauderdale in the state of Florida. She completed her basic education from Elmont Alden Terrace Primary School. She holds citizenships of both the US and Japan. At the moment she is currently single is not involved in any relationship.
Mari Osaka FAQs
|Who is Mari Osaka?|
|Mari Osaka is a former tennis player and elder sister of four-time Grand Slam winner Naomi Osaka|
|How old is Mari Osaka?|
|Mari Osaka is 25 years old|
|Mari Osaka belongs to which nationality?|
|Mari Osaka has dual citizenship – Japan and US. Despite living in US – she and her sister follow Japanese culture|
|What is Mari Osaka‘s net worth?|
|Mari Osaka has an estimated net worth of $1 million.|
|Is Mari Osaka married?|
|Mari Osaka is not married and is currently single. She is not even dating anyone|
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