PARIS, June 11, 2017 - Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia poses for photos with the trophy during the awarding ceremony after winning the women's singles final with Simona Halep of Romania at French Open tennis tournament 2017 at Roland Garros, in Paris, France on June 10, 2017.

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Jelena Ostapenko (R) of Latvia poses for photos with Simona Halep of Romania during the awarding ceremony after their women's singles final at French Open tennis tournament 2017 at Roland Garros

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Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia celebrates after winning the women's singles final with Simona Halep of Romania at French Open tennis tournament 2017 at Roland Garros

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Ryan Harrison (R) of the U.S. and Michael Venus of New Zealand kiss the trophy during the awarding ceremony after the men's doubles final against Santiago Gonzalez of Mexico and Donald Young of the U.S. at the French Open Tennis Tournament 2017 in Paris, France on June 10, 2017. Ryan Harrison of the U.S./Michael Venus of New Zealand won 2-1 to claim the title.

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Ryan Harrison (R) of the U.S. and Michael Venus of New Zealand compete during the men's doubles final against Santiago Gonzalez of Mexico and Donald Young of the U.S. at the French Open Tennis Tournament 2017 in Paris, France on June 10, 2017. Ryan Harrison of the U.S./Michael Venus of New Zealand won 2-1 to claim the title.

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Santiago Gonzalez of Mexico, Donald Young of the U.S., Michael Venus of New Zealand and Ryan Harrison of the U.S.(L-R) attend the awarding ceremony after their men's doubles final at the French Open Tennis Tournament 2017 in Paris, France on June 10, 2017. Ryan Harrison of the U.S./Michael Venus of New Zealand won 2-1 to claim the title.

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Ostapenko won 2-1 to claim the title.Simona Halep of Romania celebrates during the women's singles final with Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia at French Open tennis tournament 2017 at Roland Garros

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Santiago Gonzalez of Mexico throws up his racket during the men's doubles final against Ryan Harrison of the U.S. and Michael Venus of New Zealand at the French Open Tennis Tournament 2017 in Paris, France on June 10, 2017. Ryan Harrison of the U.S./Michael Venus of New Zealand won 2-1 to claim the title.

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