These days, when Maria Sharapova is somewhere awesome for a tournament, she doesn't just come and go to play tennis; she soaks in the culture. While in Paris for the French Open, where she is currently the No. 28 seed, Sharapova visited the Musée Picasso.
Located in the Marais district of France's capital city, the gallery contains over 5,000 works of art created by, and dedicated to, the famous Spanish artist. The former world No. 1 showed off some pieces, diving into the history of the painter.
Sharapova opens against qualifier Richel Hogenkamp.