Boca Raton, FL- Jan 31, 2019 : Naomi Osaka Photographed at the Evert Tennis Academy.

Credit: Williams & Hirakawa for ESPN
Hair Lennie Billy/Artists at Wilhelmina 

Makeup Nina Alcantara /Artists at Wilhelmina

Wardrobe Stylist Erika Golcher

Wardrobe: V Neck Tennis Dress by Tory Sport; Sneakers by Cole Haan; Star earrings by H. Stern;  Eco-Drive Bluetooth Watch by Citizen

Location: Evert Tennis Academy

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