Naomi Osaka and Simone Biles, Tom Brady sympathize with your plight. This summer’s high-profile struggles that two of the world’s most successful athletes have experienced have raised awareness about the difficulties of dealing with enormous pressure.

The man who has won a Super Bowl championship seven times has undoubtedly taken notice and, on some levels, can relate to the struggles that two of the world’s greatest athletes have encountered this summer.

Tom Brady Expresses His Support For Naomi Osaka And Simone Biles In Their Battles With Mental Illness

Osaka, 23, resigned from the French Open in May, claiming mental health problems, missed Wimbledon, and, after suffering a third-round defeat in her bid to defend her U.S. Open singles championship on Friday, revealed that she would take an extended sabbatical from the sport in an emotional statement.

Tom Brady Expresses His Support For Naomi Osaka And Simone Biles In Their Battles With Mental Illness

At the Tokyo Olympics, Biles, 24, was forced to withdraw from four individual finals before returning to earn a bronze medal on the balance beam in the third round. Biles, a seven-time Olympic medalist, hasn’t said if she plans to continue competing in the future.

Brady said in August that the situation was “interesting.” He said that he believes there are too many young people involved in sports. Naomi is, without a doubt, a very young woman. Simone is a very young woman. He is 44 years old. When he was 24, he definitely didn’t have all of the solutions to all of the various stresses and adversities that you could encounter in your daily life. He isn’t sure whether we expect people to know everything and have everything worked out at an early age or if we are just being unrealistic.

“When you achieve a certain level of success, dealing with a slew of issues that are forced upon you becomes very tough. Things in your family’s dynamics change with time. You’re still a work in progress, and you’re still learning. You’re going through a lot as a human being during the ages of 21, 22, 23, 24, and 25. And now you’re dealing with it on a global scale, which is difficult. 

Consequently, there are definitely difficulties and hardships to face and conquer at that young age. Even at the age of 44, you are coping with a variety of issues and difficulties. And now you have children, spouses, and other obligations outside of football, just like we all have throughout our professional lives.

As a result, life presents difficulties to every one of us. You just hope that people can deal with them and get through them in the most healthy manner possible and that you can learn from them and become a more self-aware person as a result of them. And it is, without a doubt, what I want for Simone and Naomi.”

Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021, in Houston, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Tom Brady (12) warms up before a preseason football game against the Houston Texans. Suppose there is one NFL player who understands the pressures that Osaka and Biles are under.

In that case, Tom Brady is preparing to lead the defending champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers into their season-opening matchup against the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday night. Brady is a former Olympic gold medalist in women’s gymnastics. He was 24 when he won his first Super Bowl with New England Patriots during the 2001 season, and he built his success over a long period of time despite being subjected to a great deal of criticism.