“Naomi will not be playing Wimbledon this year. She is spending some private time with friends and family,” Duguid said in a statement on Thursday.
“She will be ready for the Olympics and is excited to play in front of her home fans.”
Osaka withdrew from the French Open in May after being fined $15,000 for refusing to speak to the media at Roland Garros.
The four-time Grand Slam champion posted a statement on Twitter saying she was pulling out so that “everyone can focus on the tennis going on in Paris,” adding that she will “take some time off the court.” “
Osaka revealed that she “had to go through a long period of depression” since winning her first Grand Slam title in 2018.
“We will all miss Naomi Osaka at this year’s Wimbledon, but we fully understand her decision,” the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), the organizers of the Wimbledon tournament, said in a statement.
“We wish him a pleasant time with his friends and family and look forward to welcoming him to Wimbledon next year.”
In a statement posted on Nadal’s official Twitter page, the 20-time Grand Slam champion said: “It is never an easy decision, but after listening to my body and discussing it with my team I understand that This is the right decision.