Umpires reportedly considering boycott of Serena Williams matches

Umpires reportedly considering boycott of Serena Williams matches

Umpires reportedly considering boycott of Serena Williams matches

Did she have to behave differently only because she was Serena Williams?

Williams became upset when accused of receiving coaching and smashed her racket before berating Ramos.

As the now-famous umpire Carlos Ramos prepared for his first match since the controversial US Open final, a new set of figures showed that men have received nearly three times as many code violations as women in the past 20 years of grand slam events.

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The first violation was for coaching, which Williams argued against.

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At the press conference after the match, Williams said that the umpire's sanctions were an act of sexism, according to CNN. "I'm here fighting for women's rights and for women's equality and for all kinds of stuff". There's a lot of men out here who have said a lot of things.

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"You're told to just turn around and try to focus so I tried to do that", she said.

Borna Coric had earlier beaten Steve Johnson in straight sets to put the Croats in complete control of the tie and they need to win just one rubber from the final three in order to book their spot in the final.

The potential stance comes after the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) and United States Tennis Association (USTA) supported the athlete following her claims of sexism against chair umpire Carlos Ramos in the final.

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The number-one-world ranked athlete threw a veritable temper tantrum on the court Saturday, which began when she incurred a penalty and escalated as she was penalized further by umpire Carlos Ramos for her behaviour. She protested, calling Ramos a "thief" and a "liar" and demanded an apology from the umpire, who penalised her a game. The ITF, however, released a statement declaring its support for Ramos. It added that US Open organizers confirmed Ramos' decisions when they chose to fine Williams for the three offenses. Ramos, meanwhile, was paid £370 ($480) as a "standard daily rate" for umpiring, The Times says.

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