Naomi Osaka Offers a Peek at Her Sweet Newborn in Adorable Tennis Onesie

The professional athlete and her partner, rapper Cordae, recently welcomed a daughter.
Naomi Osaka

Naomi Osaka.

Shortly after welcoming her daughter into the world, new mom Naomi Osaka is sharing a glimpse of her baby girl with her fans.

On July 13, the four-time Grand Slam singles champion shared a carousel of photos with her 2.7 million Instagram followers, which started with an adorable snapshot of her newborn clad in a white onesie embroidered with pink and green tennis rackets. The 25-year-old athlete also included pics of herself in the hospital, a homecoming celebration and a baby bump photo prior to giving birth.

“Well that was a cool little intermission, now back to your regularly scheduled program 🎾✌🏾💕,” Osaka wrote in her caption, indicating that she’s eager to get back on the tennis court.

“Congrats Mama you did it!” Allyson Felix commented. “Couldn’t be happier for you💙.”

“Welcome earthside little one 🌸,” Olivia Munn added.

“The little tennis onesie 🎾🥹,” one follower gushed. “CONGRATULATIONS!”

“Omg her onesie is so adorable!!!” another person concurred.

“Mother is mothering 🔥,” someone else applauded.

“Baby gonna win 25 slams and drop a #1 album,” a fan quipped of the power couple parents. Osaka’s partner, rapper and songwriter Cordae, is a Grammy nominee and an Emmy Award-winner.

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