Naomi Osaka took to Twitter Sunday to show off her first live outfit shot on her official Instagram, and the results are particularly vibrant.
If that wasn’t enough, the 20-year-old nicknamed “The Empress of Tomorrow” is still basking in her moment of global stardom after becoming the first Japanese woman to play in the U.S. Open in 38 years earlier this month.
Osaka and friend Sascha Bajin shot viral photos in the New York City subway after visiting an Amish community.
Osaka rose to tennis stardom at just 17 after reaching the Australian Open semifinal at the age of 18.
This is the #photosof2019 of my thoughts on the day before the Open.. Even though I knew I’m gonna lose tomorrow 🙁 A post shared by Naomi Osaka (@naomaino) on Jul 23, 2017 at 7:37am PDT
Passion clearly runs in the family, as her Uncle Jean-Luc became the first round Wimbledon boys’ singles champion in 1957 while competing in the non-professional era.