The four-time Grand Slam champion introduced her pledge in response to the 7.2-magnitude quake that struck the impoverished nation on Saturday, killing at the least 304 individuals and injuring a whole lot.
“Really hurts to see all of the devastation that is happening in Haiti, and I really feel like we actually cannot catch a break,” Osaka stated on Twitter.
“I’m about to play a match this week and I’ll give all of the prize money to relief efforts for Haiti. I do know our ancestors blood is powerful we’ll preserve rising.”
She wore masks eventually 12 months’s U.S. Open with the names of victims of police violence on them.
Osaka is seeded second on the match in Cincinnati, which runs from Aug. 14 to Aug. 22.