Osaka, who was raised in the U.S. by her Japanese mother and Haitian father, announced her decision on Tuesday ahead of the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
"These people are here for you. You're amazing," Osaka told Gauff before their viral post match joint interview.
"Oh to have the confidence of a mediocre white man," tweeted one commenter on a new YouGov poll about Serena Williams.
After the match, Williams questioned whether she should have stayed silent but after speaking with Osaka, she realized she needed to continue fighting against injustice.
Twitter users accused the men of "repulsive racism" and branded their actions "disgusting."
Williams was docked for verbal abuse, breaking her racquet and for calling out tournament umpire Carlos Ramos.
"Olympia doesn't celebrate birthdays. We're Jehovah's Witnesses, so we don't do that."
It's a Duchess day out.
The photo depicted the Telfair County High School tennis team on a school bus, reportedly after the team lost in the state tournament.
"I don't usually have much interest in sharing my injuries," Sharapova wrote.
IBM's Watson is used for customer service as well as to cull match highlights.
The tennis star thinks Maria Sharapova "might be perceived by the public as nicer."
The Swiss maestro, appearing in his 11th Wimbledon final, was challenged early on but once he broke a nervous Cilic in the fifth game of the opening set the match became a no-contest.
Age and experience have been key this year in SW19.
The American beat hometown favorite Andy Murray in a Wimbledon quarterfinal on Wednesday.
Research shows top players grunted at a higher pitch in matches they lost.
McEnroe has already been in trouble for comments he made this summer.
The big four have dominated the men's singles game at SW19.