French Open

The tennis star withdrew from the French Open after shunning press conferences to protect her mental health.
Williams fell way behind and could not put together a comeback against a much younger and less-experienced opponent.
"It's heartbreaking," the tennis star said.
Naomi Osaka is just one of many examples where compassion evaporates the second someone publicly discusses their well-being.
The tennis officials' statement followed Osaka's stunning withdrawal from the French Open a day earlier.
"I will stay strong," the world No. 12 said after following Naomi Osaka out of the Grand Slam event prematurely.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Steph Curry, Serena Williams and others rallied around Osaka, who opened up about her struggles with mental health.
Naomi Osaka is finding support from fellow athletes after withdrawing from the French Open in order to protect her mental health.
The British broadcaster is again going after a successful woman of color who has spoken up about her mental health struggles.
“Not everyone is the same," the tennis legend said. "I’m thick. Other people are thin. Everyone is different and everyone handles things differently."
The four-time Grand Slam champion was fined a day earlier for her decision to boycott the media during the major tennis tournament.
Heads of the organizations in charge of all four tennis Grand Slams said Osaka could face suspension from future tournaments if she refuses to speak with the media.
The tennis star said people often have no regard for athletes' mental health, and she hoped the money from her fine would go toward a charity.
The victory gives Nadal a record-equalling 20th Grand Slam title.
The 17-year-old stunned defending champ Simona Halep to blaze into the semifinals.
The tennis star made a bold statement after officials banned her from wearing a "Black Panther"-inspired catsuit.
She'll be allowed to rock the suit at Women’s Tennis Association matches, though it may still be barred from the French Open.
Tennis legend calls French Open dictates about Serena Williams' clothing disrespectful.
"One must respect the game and place," an official said months after she wore it at the tournament.
The 32-year-old Spaniard beat Austria’s Dominic Thiem in three sets.