“I have no problem becoming an ambassador for my father’s country. Haiti deserves to be known by the world for its magnificent beauty and especially its delicious cuisine ” Osaka
Noami Osaka, who was born from a Japanese mother and a Haitian father, visited Haiti recently in her effort to learn and connect more with her father’s country. The young superstar, who defeated Venus Williams recently in the second round tournament in Hong Kong expresses her interest in being an ambassador for Haiti. “I have no problem becoming an ambassador for my father’s country. Haiti deserves to be known by the world for its magnificent beauty and especially its delicious cuisine ” Osaka said during a press conference at the Karibe Hotel.
Osaka who was raised in Japan, and started to play tennis at the age of 3, admits that she always hear negative things about Haiti, and she wanted to find out for herself, and that is why this year she decides to come to Haiti. “I am grateful for this experience; I had the opportunity to visit Jacmel, where I visited several beautiful beaches,” she said. although it is her first time in Haiti, Osaka was able to experience this beautiful sunny country, and she does not want to keep it for herself, she wants to share it with the world.
The 20 years old, Naomi Osaka has a very promising tennis career, and she says her parents have been very supportive. This experience changes her life, and her perception about Haiti and she is determined to help educate the world about the natural beauty of Haiti and everything it has to offer.
By Davidson Toussaint for Davidson Toussaint.com | October 31, 2017