With the aim of reaping the 1st spot in mind, the Wimbledon Wing's key will quickly apply her day-to-day grass training while focusing on the match in front of her instead of the title. At the Roland Garros last month, Osaka allowed her pressure and expectations to come, leaving the tournament in the third round in a disappointing performance against Katerina Siniakova.
"In Australia I felt normal, I felt like now," Osaka said. "I did not talk to you guys so much in France, I know you missed me," Osaka said.
"I think in Australia, of course, I wanted to win very badly, [but] I did not know I would win. Only in the later circles I thought of that thought.
"In the French, I was just thinking about winning, something that I do not really do, especially on the surface where I usually do not have the best results."
When it comes to learning, Osaka will soon have to recover from the loss of 6-2, 6-3 of Juliet Putints in the eighth finals in Birmingham. Osaka says the loss was a shock to her system. As luck would have, the two of them switched off on Monday in the first round at Wimbledon.