Well personally, no. However If someone else did then I'd be happy to read it and possibly contribute - if I had something to offer on a point.
My interventions on this thread have just been to challenge what I see to be rather reactionary dismissals of BLM from some posters.
Too bad if you can't handle the truth alt. For a start I am not racist, but while I do not condone the police brutality which seems to be endemic in the US particularly when it comes to the black population, neither can I condone the worship of criminals regardless of their race or colour, which is exactly what the BLM movement are doing there. Rioting, destroying property and attacking innocent white people is not the way to gain sympathy. Also if Osaka had been a much lower ranked player she would no doubt have forfeited the tournament for her albeit rather naive protest and nor would the tournament have been suspended for a day. What, I wonder, would have happened had these been 'normal' circumstances and spectators had already paid for tickets to watch Thursday's matches?
Once the USO starts, we'll know if Osaka has decided to play ....
She's scheduled to play an unseeded Japanese player tomorrow and I would expect her to play unless her hamstring injury is more severe than she thought.