In a story that has transcended sports and become one of the biggest headlines in the country, Serena Williams supposed "screwjob" at the U.S. Open has turned into a much more complicated issue than simply an inquiry into the obscure rules of sportsmanship in the sport of tennis.
That's a kind gesture from Williams, considering Osaka later admitted she thought the crowd was booing her because it wanted Williams to win instead. "I find it interesting that she did it only when she was losing". "For me, it's just who I am", she said, per Reuters. He did what he had to do in that match, because she overcame the limit.
Williams received wide support in her claims after a series of code violations issued by umpire Carlos Ramos saw her attack the man in the chair as she lost the US Open final to Japan's Naomi Osaka in NY last weekend.
Umpires are allegedly unhappy at how 2018 US Open women's final umpire Carlos Ramos was treated during and after the match.
She also called Ramos a "thief" for taking a point from her.
Ramos called three rules violations against Williams during the event.
Williams was fined $17,000 in total: $10,000 for verbal abuse, $4,000 for the coaching violation, and $3,000 for racket abuse. Williams was already down, and ultimately lost the final.Читайте также: Spain vs. Croatia - Football Match Report
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"When you're little you're taught not to look at if your opponent gets angry, you're told to just turn around and try to focus, so I tried to do that", Osaka said. "If it's like this, let me know".
One of the most controversial Grand Slam finals of all time divided tennis and triggered a debate about sexism in the sport, fuelled by Williams's assertion that Ramos would not have dealt with a male player in the same way.
World No. 25 Barbora Strycova has called out Serena Williams for her "bullsh-t" US Open blow-up that overshadowed 20-year-old Naomi Osaka's first grand slam victory.
Despite being in tears on Saturday while receiving the trophy inside the Arthur Ashe Stadium in NY - after Williams' outburst at umpire Carlos Ramos, calling him a "liar" and a "thief" - Osaka said she holds no ill-feelings about what happened. "It's a delicate situation, but umpiring "a la carte' doesn't exist. Don't worry about me".
He received an abundance of support from family, colleagues, players, and former players, according to the newspaper.
Ramos, whom Carillo said is "very, very respected", is expected to be back in the chair for Davis Cup semifinal matches this week between the United States and Croatia.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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