“Who Did This”: Naomi Osaka After Becoming Part of a Viral Bernie Sanders Meme

The Bernie Sanders memes are getting quite a popular day by day. Meme makers are inserting his picture in almost every single post in order to gain likes and views. Recently, World No.3 too became a part of this meme culture.


She posted a picture which she might have found while scrolling social media. In this, one could see Naomi Osaka lying down on the court after her incredible win against at the 2020 finals.





However, what grabbed the attention of fans was that one could also see US Senator Bernie Sanders in the background which added humor to the post. Osaka was certainly both in shock as well as laughter after watching the post. She even asked who did that thing on her Twitter handle.


“Who did this???” Osaka in the caption.


The picture that is getting viral is from the Oath ceremony of US President Joe Biden. The US Senator Sanders showed up in a heavy jacket and patterned mittens. In addition to this, he was actually sitting in a cross-legged position as if he was not at all interested. His position along with his outfit is what is making him trend on social media.


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Naomi Osaka in 2020 and future challenges


Naomi Osaka with the Australian Open trophyNaomi Osaka of Japan with the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup following victory in her Women’s Singles Final match against Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic during day 13 of the 2019 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 26, 2019, in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Osaka had quite a phenomenal season in 2020. Although she suffered a humiliating defeat in the third round against Coco Gauff at the Australian Open 2020, she managed to end her season on a high.


She managed to reach the finals of the Cincinnati Masters 2020 but suffered an unfortunate injury there. However, she was completely dominant at the US Open 2020 and managed to lift her third Grand Slam title there.


Osaka will certainly try to achieve much more silverware in 2021. She will begin her 2021 campaign at the and will be surely excited for it since she is making a comeback on the court after four months. Will Osaka be able to lift her fourth Grand Slam title in Melbourne this year?


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