World number one Naomi Osaka splits with coach

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Naomi Osaka has sensationally split with coach Sascha Bajin a little more than two weeks after she won the Australian Open and assumed the world No.1 ranking.

Along with her accomplishment in NY, the 21-year-old continued to keep her Grand Slam winning streak to be unbroken in Australia and became the tenth women in the history tennis to consecutively win the U.S. Open and Australian Open. She also thanked Bajin and wished him "all the best in the future".

"Thank you Naomi. I wish you nothing but the best as well", Bajin said.

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Last month, Osaka was triumphant again at Rod Laver Arena, winning the Australian Open against Petra Kvitova to move into pole position in the world rankings, with Bajin being honored with the inaugural WTA Coach of the Year Award 2018 for his part in the successes. What a ride that was.

Osaka hired Bajin before the 2018 season. The 21-year-old announced the news on Monday on Twitter. "Winning back-to-back Grand Slam tournaments is a rare and special achievement, and I'm thrilled these results have propelled Naomi to the top of the women's game", said Evert, the first ever WTA world number one.

She was born in Japan - her mother is Japanese, her father is Haitian - and moved to the United States when she was 3.