The split was came as a surprise to the tennis world and was explained only through a brief statement from Osaka on Twitter saying she will no longer be working with him. "I thank him for his work and wish him all the best in the future".
He responded to Osaka's tweet by replying: "Thank you Naomi I wish you nothing but the best as well".
" Thanks to my team, I don't think I would have made it through this week without you". "What a ride that was".
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The controversial decision meant Real went in at half-time on level terms with all three goals coming in the second half. At times it has worked against us and tonight a goal was chalked off, which was important.
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An ex-ATP tour player, Bajin won 13 Grand Slams while in the Serena camp, including all four major tournaments and a hat-trick of Wimbledon and US Open titles in a partnership that lasted from 2008 to 2015.
Based in the United States, Osaka linked up with Bajin in late 2017 and enjoyed a breakthrough year, shooting from 72 in the world to the top of the women's rankings. At the Australian Open, the then 20-year-old reached the fourth round after defeating two top twenty players in Elena Vesnina and Australia's Ash Barty.
After helping the Japanese win her maiden Grand Slam singles title at the 2018 US Open, Bajin was awarded the first-ever WTA Coach of the Year title.