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Naomi Osaka Reacts To Coco Gauff’s Viral Video

Naomi Osaka Reacts To Coco Gauff’s Viral Video

Japanese tennis sensation Naomi Osaka has reacted to the viral video of Coco Gauff‘s father and coach Corey Gauff pumping her up.

While Twitter was full of love for Gauff over her cute banter with her father, Naomi Osaka couldn’t resist tweeting her reaction. She wrote-“Dude my heart can’t take this”.

Why Did The Coco Gauff Video Go Viral?

Corey Gauff was talking to his daughter during her match against Laura Siegmund at the WTA Auckland Classic.

You know the one thing you did in the last three games, you didn’t give up no free points on her damn serve”.

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As soon as he said this, Coco was quick to rebuke him for cursing (using the d-word, as Coco put it). “You can’t curse…you said the D-word”. 

As her father said that it didn’t really count, Coco quickly rebounded saying that it did at some places.

The father-daughter interaction was heart touching for most twitter users.

Unfortunately, the pep talk couldn’t help Coco secure a victory in the match as she lost 5-7, 6-2, 6-3 to Laura Siegmund. The 15-year-old is a prodigy in the world of tennis. Last year, she became the youngest player to make the main draw at Wimbledon.

In fact, she beat her ideal Venus Williams en route to the fourth round of the competition.

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What Is The Future For Naomi Osaka?

Osaka got a hard-fought victory against Sofia Kenin by a margin of 6-7, 6-3, 6-1 in her second-round contest.

Naomi Osaka of Japan reacts after missing a point during her match against Maria Sakkari of Greece at the Brisbane International tennis tournament in Brisbane, Australia, Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020. (AP Photo/Tertius Pickard)

The World No 4 is currently preparing in the Brisbane open, which is a warm-up competition for the Australian Open. She is the defending Australian Open champion and is expected to be a top title contender this year as well.

Do you think Naomi Osaka can claim the title again this year in Australia?

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