A lawsuit alleging a former trainer was entitled to a portion of tennis star Naomi Osaka’s lifetime earnings is out of play, after a South Florida judge dismissed it Friday.

Judge David A. Haimes, in Broward County, Florida, dismissed the three-count complaint by Christophe Jean, a Pompano Beach tennis trainer who sued Osaka, her sister Mari, and her father Leonard Francois for breach of contract and unjust enrichment.

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