Naomi Osaka Shows Off Sporty Style, Adorable Baby Bump in Cropped Nike Jersey

The tennis champion recently spent some time in Japan.
Naomi Osaka

Naomi Osaka.

On or off the tennis court, Naomi Osaka has great style. Now that the four-time Grand Slam singles champ is expecting her first child, her maternity wear is just as fabulous.

The 25-year-old athlete shared a compilation of photos of herself on Instagram on March 21, in which she showed off her sporty street style in Japan.

Osaka wore a cropped Nike jersey with her baby bump visible underneath and her name emblazoned across the back. She paired the top with parachute pants and athletic sneakers. The tennis champ accessorized with a black baseball cap ($27.99) from her collection with the sportswear brand and a pair of gold hoop earrings.

She captioned the post she shared with her 2.7 million followers simply with a Japanese flag emoji.

“Mama in Japan 🇯🇵😍,” fellow pro tennis player Sloane Stephens commented. “better not delete this!!!!!!!”

“Glowing mama 😍,” the official KINLÒ IG account wrote.

“If these are not the coolest clothes I've seen in my life I'm lying,” a fan gushed.

“okayyy!! it’s giving Rihanna 😍🔥,” someone else noted.

Osaka initially announced her pregnancy on Instagram in January. She’s expecting her first child with her boyfriend, Grammy-nominated rapper Cordae. At the time, she noted that she’d be temporarily taking a break from tennis to start her family.

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