Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka says she hopes companies she represents will talk with her about how to present her in future advertisements.Osaka was asked about criticism of her sponsor, Nissin Foods Holdings.The company produced an animated advertisement that showed Osaka with skin that looked lighter than her real skin color.Critics said the ad does not represent Osaka's darker skin, as well as her biracial background. Osaka was born in Japan to a Japanese mother and a Haitian-American father.Nissin has since removed the advertisement from YouTube."I've talked to them. They've apologized," Osaka said. "I'm tan. It's pretty obvious."Osaka said she did not think the company's aim was to "whitewash" her.But she added, "I definitely think that the next time they try to portray me or something, I feel like they should talk to me about it."Osaka spoke to reporters in Melbourne, where she is getting ready to play in Saturday's Australian Open final.