Osaka will put on Workday Patch at AO
Naomi Osaka will have a new look at the Australian Open.
The US Open Champion will wear a Workday logo patch on her match clothing at the Australian Open, which begins February 8. Osaka will debut the Workday patch when she plays A Day at the Drive, a charity exhibition in Adelaide on January 29th.
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The three-time Grand Slam champion Osaka continues to flex its marketing muscles.
For the past five months, she has partnered with Louis Vuitton and Beats as global ambassadors, signed a deal with TAG Heuer, and helped PlayStation launch the PS5. These notices have been added to Osaka's extensive portfolio of partners, including Nike, MasterCard and Nissan, as well as holdings in BodyArmor and Hyperice.
“Tennis has done so much for me. I love the game and how I feel on the pitch, but I also appreciate the opportunity to drive change, "said Osaka." My platform has enabled me to shed light on important social issues and have conversations that are really important.
“I'm very proud of who I work with and I am honored to work with Workday. We share values and together we will continue to strive to do what is right. "
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