The Latest: Father uses memorial to explain Ali to his child

FILE - This is an Oct. 4, 2006, file photo showing Muhammad Ali posed in Detroit. Ali, the magnificent heavyweight champion whose fast fists and irrepressible personality transcended sports and captivated the world, has died according to a statement released by his family Friday, June 3, 2016. He was 74. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The Latest on the death of Muhammad Ali (all times EDT):

11 a.m.

People are flocking to Muhammad Ali's boyhood home in Louisville, Kentucky, to pay tribute to the boxing great, leaving flowers, balloons and boxing gloves around the marker designating it a historical site.

The small pink home on Grand Avenue was recently renovated and turned into a museum. Said Dorothy Poynter, who grew up with Ali in the neighborhood, ''We were all so proud of him.''

Another memorial has grown outside the Muhammad Ali Center, a downtown museum that promotes his humanitarian ideals and showcases his remarkable career.

Andrew Hale took his 3-year-old daughter, Chloe, there on Sunday to explain to her who Ali was.

He said: ''He was strong, courageous, and I hope I can be like that one day and just show love to my daughter like he showed his. … She asked me where he is and I said he was in heaven.''

9:10 a.m.

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.''