Rain what rain? Players tweet cheery messages
It is all about staying positive no matter what. Garbine, Madison, Carla, Tsvetana and Serena know how to keep smiling.
It has been scientifically proven that giving flowers is the best way to elicit a smile. So, well done, Madison Keys for keeping her followers smiling while play at Roland-Garros was suspended.
Flowers to brighten a rainy day in Paris pic.twitter.com/WQBKgw3TJ0— Madison Keys (@Madison_Keys) May 30, 2016
Garbine Muguruza was equally unfazed #RainWillNotStopUs and posted an image of herself looking for an alternative place to practice, followed by the jubilant image with the caption:
Meanwhile it was all blue skies and festivities for Carla Suarez Navarro who celebrated 'The Day of the Canary Islands', a public holiday, with her compatriots in a flourish of the flag and party, heart and smiley face emojis.
¡Feliz día de Canarias a todos mis paisanos! pic.twitter.com/6vVWWrIvgB— Carla Suarez Navarro (@CarlaSuarezNava) May 30, 2016
Rain can't ruin my day, cheeped Serena Williams with an image of herself smiling broadly as the doorman at her team's hotel saw his umbrella invert with a gust of wind.
And looking at the day's weather forecast, Tsvetana Pironkova posted a screen-grab of the day's weather forecast with a series of emojis expressing mock-consternation.