The U.S. Open winner wore masks to highlight victims of police brutality throughout the tournament.
Over the course of her US Open run, the tennis star strategically used her masks to highlight victims of police brutality.
The ESPN analyst turned the tennis star's mask tribute for brutality victims into a red carpet-style fashion exchange.
The tennis champion has been wearing masks throughout the tournament honoring victims of police brutality and racial inequality in an effort to raise awareness.
"I’m aware that tennis is watched all over the world, and maybe there is someone that doesn’t know Breonna Taylor’s story," Osaka said.
The Western & Southern Open later announced it would suspend play for a day in a stand against racial inequality.
The two tennis stars faced off again at the Australian Open after memorably sharing a tear-jerking moment at the U.S. Open last August.
The tennis stars are set to play each other in the third round of the Australian Open.
"I couldn’t thank her enough,” the 15-year-old tennis prodigy said.
The talk show host tried to play matchmaker for the "Black Panther" star and the tennis champion last year.