Mental-health advocate Naomi Osaka is back at the French Open: ‘For the most part, I think I’m OK.’

That’s popular tennis star Naomi Osaka, capping a thoughtful 18-minute press conference at Roland Garros Friday, site of her abrupt withdrawal a year earlier when she put her mental health ahead of the world’s expectations.

The tournament, part of professional tennis’s Grand Slam, begins Sunday.

At last year’s French, the Japanese pro who grew up in the U.S. declared she would avoid talking to the press, earning a $15,000 fine. She then withdrew before the second round, emphasizing it’s “OK to not feel OK” and it’s even more important to admit it.