But she did not require many words from the end of Sunday's game -- except to get an emphatic"Come !" Late in the second group -- and rather let her racket create the statements.
This was her 15th straight victory in a Grand Slam however barely a regular win against the catchy Tig, who won a title on clay in Istanbul in September. Tig rescued a breakpoint and a game point to induce a second-set tiebreak, however, Osaka took charge in the last minutes.
When it was finished, she smiled and pulled on her visor, partly hiding her face. She responded a couple of questions on courtroom three, to be precise -- but the arrangement provided little penetration. However, she had been optimistic about the condition of her match on clay, a surface she's fought previously.
"I'd say it is a work in an improvement," she explained. "Hopefully the longer I play with, the better I will get."
After Osaka declared her decision to opt out of social press requirements, many fellow pro athletes, such as seven-time Slam winner Venus Williams and LPGA star Michelle Wie West, were outspoken in their service. Meanwhile, some members of the press, in addition to lovers, were unhappy with her selection. It had been that the subject heading into Roland Garros, together with a lot of her peers asked about it through their pre-event news conferences.
Osaka insisted that her reasoning was not private toward the championship, but Roland Garros officials were certainly irked. Following near-instantaneous backlash into the tweet -- four-time leading doubles winner and ESPN analyst Rennae Stubbs predicted it"serious color" and also an effort to humiliate Osaka -- it had been deleted.
Osaka did not respond to social networking, however the outcry and the proverbial haters could offer some fuel for her in the championship, where she's never progressed beyond the next round.
She performed two lead-in occasions on clay before Paris, documenting a 1-2 record and not really looking as the No. 2 player on the planet or a hazard in the year's second important.
And she understands all too well what it is like to face the press following a catastrophic early departure in a Slam. Only six months later hoisting her next significant trophy in the Australian Open at 2019, Osaka dropped in the opening round at Wimbledon (after a third-round depart at Roland Garros). The 21-year-old was peppered with questions about whether the success had been too much, too soon in an area packed full of press from all over the world.
"Could I leave? I feel like I am going to shout," she requested the moderator before walking out.
There was not any such death on Sunday and nobody to need to reply to. She managed to say everything she needed to say on the courtroom during her hard-fought success.
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While she says she has no space in her mind for uncertainty, she left little doubt she arrived to Paris to win.