Naomi Osaka reacts to stunning LeBron James outfit move

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Naomi Osaka (pictured left) during a speech and LeBron James (pictured right) posing for a photo.
Naomi Osaka (pictured left) has reacted to LeBron James (pictured right) after he was spotted wearing a t-shirt with her logo on it. (Images: Getty Images/Twitter)

Tennis star Naomi Osaka and her fans have reacted to NBA icon LeBron James' decision to wear her branded t-shirt at an event.

The four-time NBA champion was pictured wearing a Nike t-shirt with Osaka's initials 'N.O.' in a wild design.

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Osaka picked up on the fan hysteria and posted a picture of James with the caption: "This".

The 24-year-old appeared stunned that the NBA legend was repping her brand.

Fans also jumped into to praise the move from an all-time NBA star.

The former World No.1 - who pulled out of Wimbledon due to injury - announced in June she was launching a media platform called 'Hana Kuma' in partnership with LA Lakers star James.

Osaka said the media platform launched with James' SpringHill company aimed to produce content "focused on stories that are culturally specific but universal".

Naomi Osaka splits with coach before US Open

Osaka stunned the tennis world by parting ways with coach Wim Fissette just over a month before the US Open is set to get underway.

The Belgian coach had been working with the former World No.1 since 2019.

Osaka won the 2020 US Open and 2021 Australian Open with the coaching of Fissette, who had previously mentored the likes of Kim Clijsters, Victoria Azarenka and Simona Halep.

The 24-year-old is recovering from an achilles injury she picked up at the French Open earlier this year, but is continuing to prepare for the US Open, which begins in late August.

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