This resulted in another code violation and her opponent, Naomi Osaka, was awarded a game.
Amid the commotion, Osaka - already a set up before the first violation - held her nerve to become Japan's first victor at a major. The umpire was shown telling a blond, slender woman - meant to be Osaka, who is actually Japanese and Haitian - "Can you just let her win?"
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The detractors included author JK Rowling, who said: "Well done on reducing one of the greatest sportswomen alive to racist and sexist tropes and turning a second great sportswoman into a faceless prop".
Knight also pointed to another cartoon he had published three days earlier, depicting Australian male player Nick Kyrgios being led off the court by the ears like a child, after his own outburst at an umpire in Flushing Meadows.
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Williams, 36, was docked a point and then a full game after picking up three code violations for receiving coaching, smashing her racquet and then verbally abusing Ramos in her defeat by 20-year-old Osaka on Saturday.
"We can not measure ourselves by what we think we should also be able to get away with", said Navratilova. But one thing we're not disappointed in is how Williams handled herself both on and off the court. Sportscaster and former pro Mary Carillo described him Monday as "very, very respected", and she said that Williams occasionally "acts like a bully".
"So much of what she experiences we experience in the workplace, too", said Willingham, a professor of criminal justice at the State University of NY at Plattsburgh. I don't believe it's a good idea to apply a standard of, "If men can get away with it, women should be able to, too".
"Yeah I think she was a spoiled brat", he said.
Though Williams said she follows the rules and never receives coaching during a match, coach Patrick Mouratoglou acknowledged that he does it and says it's well known throughout the sport that all coaches do.
Williams was unhappy at the violation call and complained to Ramos she hadn't taken any signals.
Tennis umpires are unhappy about USTA and WTA criticism of fellow umpire Carlos Ramos, according to the Times, with some even talking about a potential boycott of Serena Williams' matches. The second penalty, for breaking her racket, cost her a point.