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Naomi Osaka arrives her LA mansion the day after her bombshell decision to quit the French Open

Tennis superstar Naomi Osaka arrived back at her $7million Los Angeles mansion on Tuesday, the day after spectacularly withdrawing from the French Open amid a row over her decision not to do interviews during the tournament to protect her mental health.

Osaka, the highest-paid female athlete in the world, flew in from Paris shortly after revealing her three-year struggle with depression and dropping out of the tournament.

'I think now the best thing for the tournament, the other players and my well-being is that I withdraw so that everyone can get back to focusing on the tennis going on in Paris,' Osaka said in an Instagram post on Monday, in which she said she struggled with depression and anxiety.

On Tuesday top tennis stars continued to speak out on the controversy with men's world number three Rafael Nadal saying that although he sympathized with Osaka, the media was an essential part of the job.

Former Wimbledon champion Boris Becker was more critical, saying stars can't have 'half the cake' and said that Osaka's career might be in jeopardy.

He said: 'If she can't cope with the media in Paris, she can't cope with the media at Wimbledon, she can't cope with the media at the US Open.'

Osaka was seen on Wednesday afternoon returning to her $6.9 million Beverly Hills home, that she bought in August 2019 from singer Nick Jonas. Osaka divides her time between LA and Florida, where she bases herself in Boca Raton.

The 4,000-square-foot five bedroom home, built in 1965, has spectacular views across Los Angeles from a massive wooden deck, cantilevered over the valley below, with an infinity pool.

The 23-year-old was wearing a $332 tie-dye tracksuit from the Mambacita range launched on May 1 by Vanessa Bryant, widow of the late NBA star Kobe Bryant who is one of Osaka's heroes.

The sporting superstar wore white headphones by Beats by Dre - one of her sponsors - and carried her kit in a Louis Vuitton holdall.

Later, a man was seen delivering balloons in the shape of various letters to Osaka's home. The letters appeared to include N, I, and C - perhaps part of a larger phrase that was being spelt out for the star.

Osaka bought the house in Beverly Hills from Nick Jonas in August 2019. The five bedroom, 4,000-sq-foot property has an extensive terrace built into the hillside, with stunning views across Los Angeles

The Japanese athlete was seen getting out of a black SUV on Tuesday afternoon in Los Angeles, having arrived home from Paris. Osaka played on Sunday, easily beating Patricia Maria Tig to advance to the second round. She withdrew from the tournament the following day

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