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PARIS—Pride comes to Paris!

Roland Garros began its first annual Pride Day celebrations on Wednesday with a rainbow-themed Instagram reel.

“Ten years ago to the day, the very first same-sex wedding was celebrated in Paris,” the caption reads.

The tournament, led by former world No. 1 and tournament director Amélie Mauresmo—who herself was an LGBTQ+ trailblazer throughout her career—partnered Ville de Paris to organize its very first Pride Day.

“The grounds of Roland-Garros and the tournament social media pages will fly the rainbow flag. This initiative is aligned with the inclusion and diversity values that the FFT upholds.”

Roland Garros already updated its classic logo to adopt a rainbow theme and received big ups from the WTA social account.

Daria Kasatkina spoke about the importance of Pride earlier in the week, having officially come out herself last summer.

“I think it's important to let the people know that we're all equal and we're all the same,” she told Laura Robson, who mounted a protest of Margaret Court’s homophobic views during her own career. “There's no difference. We're all people. So, I think it's very important.”

For fans on the ground, be sure to check out signs of Pride from Court Philippe-Chatrier to the practice courts.