Naomi Osaka has done it all: become world No. 1, win multiple Grand Slams, and cement herself as the one of the greatest Japanese players ever. Yet you're not a true legend until you get one last thing; a Netflix documentary.

That's right, the streaming giant has announced they are developing a docu-series on the two-time Grand Slam champion. The show will document Osaka's career from her US Open win to the Tokyo Olympics.


hey @uninterrupted wanna make a @netflix doc? ???????????? — NaomiOsaka大坂なおみ (@naomiosaka) February 13, 2020


The show has no title or release date yet, but will not only focus on her victories but how she has responded to increasing pressure from the spotlight on and off the court.

After losing in the third round of the Australian Open, Osaka participated in the Fed Cup Qualifiers, but lost to Sara Sorribes Tormo in straight sets.