Former champion Francesca Schiavone received a standing ovation from the French Open crowd on Tuesday after it was announced she was retiring.
But that was news to her.
"Roland Garros announced my retirement, but I didn't," said the 35-year-old Italian who was champion in 2010 and runner-up 12 months later.
"So you can stand up and go back to work in the office because I didn't say that. I will announce when I want to stop."
She took to Twitter to also announce that she will participate at Wimbledon.
Roland Garros, always a pleasure. See you all in @Wimbledon.- Francesca Schiavone (@Schiavone_Fra) May 24, 2016
Schiavone, playing her 16th Roland Garros, lost 6-2, 6-4 to French 26th seed Kristina Mladenovic before being accorded a premature standing ovation by the crowd on Court Suzanne Lenglen.