NAOMI OSAKA: I don't think it was her serve because I've been able to return pretty well against people that served better. I don't think it's the occasion because I've been in this situation before.
I know that -- I guess we're all dealing with some stuff, but I know that I'm dealing with some stuff, so...
(Naomi's answers to questions in Japanese.)
NAOMI OSAKA: Yeah, I mean, definitely I would love to carry on that mindset. Hmm... I'm going to say what we said, I think, like, in the hallway. How do I go around saying this? I feel like for me recently, like, when I win I don't feel happy. I feel more like a relief. And then when I lose, I feel very sad. I don't think that's normal. I didn't really want to cry, but basically I feel like... (Tearing up.)
THE MODERATOR: Gentlemen, we're done.
NAOMI OSAKA: I kind of want to finish this. I'm sorry.
THE MODERATOR: Up to you.
NAOMI OSAKA: Basically I feel like -- okay. Hmm, this is very hard to articulate. Basically I feel like I'm kind of at this point where I'm trying to figure out what I want to do, and I honestly don't know when I'm going to play my next tennis match (tearing up). Sorry.
THE MODERATOR: Thank you, everyone.
NAOMI OSAKA: Okay, yeah. I think I'm going to take a break from playing for a while.