Osaka's US Open Win

Osaka's US Open Win

Osaka's US Open Win

In the second set's second game, Ramos warned Williams for getting coaching, which is against the rules in Grand Slam matches.

"I don't cheat to win!" she said about the coaching violation. "She played well. Let's make this the best moment we can, let's not boo any more".

"You're attacking my character", she said, as she demanded an apology.

"I'm telling you right now, I don't cheat to win". "I've seen other men call other umpires several things and I'm here fighting for women's rights and women's equality".

But the story of the match was Williams on-court meltdown as she raged against officials after initially being given a code violation for "coaching" from the box.

Following a controversial championship match loss at the U.S. Open on Saturday, tennis star Serena Williams has been fined $17,000 by tournament officials. Williams told them the whole episode "is not fair", and said: "This has happened to me too many times".

What Williams said then: "I've never been in a fight in my whole life, so I don't know why she would have felt threatened". When a man does the same, he's "outspoken' and there are no repercussions", she told Twitter followers.

Osaka defeated Williams earlier this year at the Miami Open, but Williams was early in her comeback and since has advanced to two Grand Slam finals.

Japan's Naomi Osaka beat Williams on Saturday in a Grand Slam showdown that ended in tears for both players - for different reasons.

Richard Ings, a former rules and competition chief for the ATP, defended Ramos and called on the sport's governing bodies to support him.

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"She has inspired Japan at a time when the country is reeling in the aftermath of the Hokkaido quake and torrential rain in western Japan", said 35-year-old Shuichi Fukushima, whose voice had gone hoarse from cheering. And this is her first Grand Slam... But this umpire is, I think, trying in a certain way to look for my faults, my errors.

"I just feel like the fact that I have to go through this is just an example for the next person that has emotions, and that want to express themselves, and want to be a strong woman". Give the young girl her moment in the spotlight.

Also, in the 2011 final, she complained to chair umpire Eva Asderaki for issuing a warning for hindering her opponent, Samantha Stosur, when Williams yelled during a point. Here's everything you need to know about him!

However, male players have changed shirts many times on court without a problem.

Osaka's power, speed and ability to shut out the distractions allowed her to prevail over Williams, but the match will long be remembered for the weird turn it took during the second set when the 23-time Grand Slam champion unleashed a furious rant at chair umpire Carlos Ramos.

Williams addressed Osaka's bittersweet win in her post-match presser.

"I've never seen anything like it. Tennis was the loser and we lost what was potentially a fantastic match", Barker said.

She received a point penalty for that action, which allowed Osaka to start serving the sixth game at 15-0.

Sports Nippon said Osaka had achieved a "complete victory" against an "irritated Serena who broke her racket".

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