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How Athletes' Relationship With Media Is Changing

Haresh Deol, Co-Founder and Editor, Twentytwo13

08-Jun-21 17:00

How Athletes' Relationship With Media Is Changing

Naomi Osaka announced that she was withdrawing from the French Open to prioritise her mental wellbeing, after receiving harsh sanctions for skipping her mandatory media obligations. We speak to a sports journalist to explore the relationship between media and athletes.

Image Source: John Fornander, Unsplash

Produced by: Kelvin Yee, Alia Zefri

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan


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