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Naomi Osaka/Instagram Naomi Osaka visits the Louvre

Naomi Osaka stands out in Paris.

The tennis player posted several photos on Instagram from her visit to the famous art museum, the Louvre, on Monday.

“@ the Louvre because I am a work of art 🖼,” Osaka, 24, wrote alongside several photos of herself posing in front of the famous glass pyramid. She wore a long-sleeved white shirt, denim skirt and black and red Air Jordan 1s.

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She also shared a photo of the Paris skyline with the Eiffel Tower in the glow of the sun.

In her stories, Osaka also posted a photo of the famous Greek sculpture, The Winged Victory of Samothrace, along with “Beyoncé?!” written on the picture.

Naomi Osaka/Instagram The winged victory

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In an interview with PEOPLE in April to promote her Play Academy, a program that aims to help other young girls empower themselves through sport, Osaka talked about how she’s grown as a person and an athlete throughout 2021. and early 2022.

“For me, the biggest lesson I’ve learned is to try to be present in every moment,” Osaka told PEOPLE. “It’s easy to lose sight of how far I’ve come, but I prioritized trying to live in the moment and enjoy the journey.”

Osaka has recently been outspoken about the importance of prioritizing mental health, after pulling out of the 2021 French Open due to anxiety and depression. She then pulled out of Wimbledon last year to take “some personal time” before competing at the Tokyo Summer Olympics, where she fell in the third round.

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“I think being honest about how I feel can help others feel less alone,” Osaka said of her decision to go public with her struggles and talk about seeking therapy this year. “Therapy is something that everyone can benefit from, whether they are struggling or not.”

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Osaka continued, “Seeing a therapist has helped me deal with anxiety. I don’t have all the answers, but hopefully my transparency can help someone else who might be feeling the same way. .”

If you or someone you know needs mental health help, text “FORCE” to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741 to be connected with a Certified Crisis Counselor.