Osaka not saddened by Serena row in US Open final

Osaka not saddened by Serena row in US Open final

Osaka not saddened by Serena row in US Open final

Serena Williams argues with umpire Carlos Ramos during the US Open final. Her third violation, for calling the umpire Carlos Ramos a "thief", cost her a game.

The jeers mostly were a response to the controversy that overshadowed the match: The chair umpire assessed Williams a full game penalty after she berated him for accusing her of cheating by taking illegal coaching.

Adams also clarified her comments during the trophy ceremony in which she appeared to imply Williams' loss wasn't the outcome they wanted. "I'm all about gender equality and I think when you look at that situation these are conversations that will be imposed in the next weeks". When she smashed her racket, Ramos docked her a point.

"For me, I don't feel sad because I wouldn't even know what I'm expected to feel", she told a news conference in Yokohama ahead of the Pan Pacific tournament that begins on Monday. It was at this point that Ramos called a code violation for verbal abuse.

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The drama started when Ramos handed Williams a coaching violation early in the second set because of hand gestures made from the stands by her coach Patrick Mouratoglou. Williams's penalties carry a combined total of $17,000 in fines. You're a grand slam champion for the first time. She was disqualified from a semifinal match at the 2009 US Open for threatening a lineswoman.

"He did what he had to do in that match, because she overstepped the limit". They took away the match from the fans.

Later this week, it was no longer only Williams and Ramos being criticized for their conduct, but also an Australian cartoonist for his depiction of the incident.

According to Australian newspaper The Herald Sun and its cartoonist, Mark Knight, a cartoon of Serena Williams that echoes the harmful caricatures of black men and women once drawn in a shameful part of United States history isn't racist.

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Knight said the cartoon was about Williams's "poor behavior on the day, not about race". Williams is drawn noticeably larger with stereotypical and exaggerated black features.

Furthermore, in embracing her new high profile, Osaka wants to serve as a role model for young Japanese children.

"Ellen hit me up and told me she was having you on the show, so I wanted to send my love and support and just say congratulations", the actor said on the video. "I was drawing cartoons about racial politics in South Africa before most of these people were born".

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