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Two-time major champion Naomi Osaka has taken on a lot of roles since she won her first major title at the US Open in 2018. She’s signed lucrative endorsement deals with many high profile companies. She’s climbed to the top of the WTA’s rankings to become the first Asian No.1 in tennis history. Recently she added fashion designer to her list of achievements.

And this year the 22-year-old will tick another box, as she’ll be the subject of a new Netflix documentary series. According to Variety, the series will cover Osaka’s year from the 2019 US Open to her appearance at the Olympics later this summer in Tokyo.

Osaka herself posted about the video today on her social media.

The series is presented in association with Uninterrupted, a brand founded by LeBron James and Maverick Carter. It is directed by Garrett Bradley.

“To be able to tell my story and let people in during this big year, working with a team that really understands me, has been a rewarding experience. It won’t look like a traditional sports documentary, and I’m so excited to share it with everyone,” said Osaka in a statement.