French Open Spectators Pay Tribute to Muhammad Ali
The French Open crowd at Stade Roland Garros paid Muhammad Ali tribute after the legendary boxer died on Friday in Arizona.
Djokovic takes on Murray in the French Open final
Muhammad Ali died in Arizona on Friday
Ali won the 1960 Rome Olympics gold medal
Spectators at the French Open men's final, many of them standing, have paid tribute to Muhammad Ali with a sustained bout of applause before the title match between Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. A photo of Ali, who died Friday at age 74, was shown on the jumbo screen overlooking the Court Philippe Chatrier.
Djokovic told a TV interviewer that he is feeling "a lot of emotion" before the "very important match".
Murray said he's "looking forward to it" because "these are matches you play for".