Between her four grand slam titles, one Olympic appearance and record $60 million in earnings in one year, Naomi Osaka is the most accomplished Asian tennis player and one of the most accomplished female athletes in history.

Here is the résumé she'll look to add to in Paris this summer.

When did Naomi Osaka start playing tennis?

Naomi Osaka began playing tennis at age three.

When did Naomi Osaka turn pro?

Naomi Osaka turned pro in 2013 at age 16. 

When did Naomi Osaka light the cauldron at the Olympic opening ceremony?

Naomi Osaka had the distinct honor of lighting the flame at the Opening Ceremony at the Tokyo Games. 

How many Olympics has Naomi Osaka played in?

Naomi Osaka made her Olympic debut at the 2020 Tokyo Games.

How did Naomi Osaka do at the Tokyo Olympics?

Naomi Osaka faced an early departure from Tokyo, after losing in straight sets, 6-1, 6-4, to the Czechia's Marketa Vondrousova in the pair's third-round match. 

How many grand slams has Naomi Osaka won?

Naomi Osaka has won four grand slam titles. She won the Australian Open in 2019 and 2021, and won the U.S. Open in 2018 and 2020. 

How old was Naomi Osaka when she won the U.S. Open?

Naomi Osaka won her first U.S. Open at 20 years old, beating Serena Williams and becoming the first Asian woman to be ranked No. 1 in the world.

What is Naomi Osaka’s current world ranking?

Naomi Osaka is currently ranked 111th globally.

How long was Naomi Osaka ranked number one?

Naomi Osaka held her top ranking for 21 weeks until she was overtaken by Australia's Ashleigh Barty.

How much has Naomi Osaka made in prize money?

According to the Women's Tennis Association, Naomi Osaka has made over $21.5 million in prize money.

In 2020, Forbes announced that between prize money and endorsements, Osaka had made $37 million over the previous year, the most of any female athlete in history. Later that year, she shattered that record and made $60 million between May 2020 and May 2021, according to Forbes.