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  • Osaka stirs generational mental health divide
  • Osaka stirs generational mental health divide
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Osaka stirs generational mental health divide

Tennis star Naomi Osaka’s exit from the French Open in the wake of a public disagreement over her press duties has re-ignited public discourse over mental health and the obligations of sports stars. The generational divide in reactions reflects a divide in beliefs about mental health.

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