Lewis Hamilton blasts French Open chiefs for Naomi Osaka fine and admits he too struggled to deal with pressure

LEWIS HAMILTON admits he struggled to cope with the pressure of being thrusted into the spotlight when he made his F1 debut in 2007. Hamilton, who made his debut with McLaren at 22, a year younger than Osaka, says he too initially found it tough going. And you can play absolutely FREE for your chance to win the £50,000 jackpot. “So you just learn through the mistakes and it’s incredibly nerve-wracking especially when you have all good intentions but people take advantage of it. “I’ve learned the hard way and made many mistakes and I still do today. “People are not taking into account that she’s a human being and she’s saying that [she’s] not well enough to do this right now. Hamilton, who is preparing for this weekend’s Azerbaijan GP, does not think that fining Osaka was the right move from tennis chiefs.

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