Naomi Osaka’s 4 Best Investments (Richest Female Athlete)

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Naomi Osaka is the highest-paid female athlete in the world.

$53M in 2021 and several big-time moves off the court.

Osaka is impressive on and off the court:

• 256–140 singles record

• 4 Grand Slam Titles

She is the 20th highest-paid athlete in the world for a reason.

Naomi’s 4 best investments

She currently has a net worth of $225M.

4. Sweetgreen

Osaka likes to put her money behind products and services she uses.

She was the salad maker’s youngest investor.

Sweetgreen IPOd in November 2021 at a $3 billion valuation.

3. Hyperice

A maker of performance recovery products, Hyperice has 20X’ed its revenue from 10M to 200M in 3 years.

Osaka is an investor alongside:

• Trae Young

• Chris Paul

• Lindsey Vonn

Patrick Mahomes

They are closing in on a $1B valuation.

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 2. North Carolina Courage

In 2020, Osaka became a minority stake owner in the soccer team NC Courage.

Other athletes who own soccer teams:

Lebron James

Kevin Durant

• James Harden

Serena Williams

Women’s teams could be some of the best investments over the next 10 years.

1. BodyArmor

In 2019, Osaka invested alongside Kobe Bryant in BODYARMOR.

Last year, it was acquired by Coke for $8 billion.

She enjoyed a 400+% gain.

Osaka’s Current Business Moves


– FTX Exchange

– DaringFoods

Last week Naomi left her agency to start her own representation company, Evolve.

Why just invest in companies when you can start your own?

Kinlo is a skincare company designed for melanin-rich skin.

Launched in 2021, Osaka is the founder and CEO of Kinlo.

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 Naomi Osaka’s Endorsements

Osaka currently has a $10M/yr deal with Nike after switching over from Adidas.

She has also signed with:

• Yonex

• Airbnb

• Nissan

• Google

• Workday

• Tag Heuer

• Mastercard

• Beats by Dre

• Louis Vuitton

Osaka is one of the most marketable athletes in the world.

Naomi Osaka’s Philanthropy

— contributed to the relief efforts following a devastating earthquake in Haiti

— distributed masks alongside UNICEF

— involved with Play Academy, an initiative aimed at empowering young girls and women through sports

At 24 years old Naomi Osaka is impressive.

Her mission is beyond on-court success:

– BET Sportswomen of the Year

– Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year

“I’ve spent my career doing things my way, even when people told me that it wasn’t what was expected or traditional”

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