An Australian newspaper defiantly republished a controversial cartoon of tennis star Serena Williams on its front-page Wednesday, slapping aside "politically correct" accusations that the drawing was racist and sexist.
Now that the dust has settled, Osaka has finally revealed what the tennis legend said.
"This is a bulls".
In a turbulent week for Ramos, figures that provided support against the case that umpires favour men emerged in the Daily Mail. "I'm here fighting for women's rights and for women's equality".
"The WTA defence surprised me". Will rules change in Serena's matches?
"I didn't know Ramos was sitting in the chair".
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The Sport.CZ interview with 32-year-old Strycova who has been a professional since 2003 was followed widely in mainstream media and specialist tennis websites.
The umpires are according to The Times considering to boycott future Serena Williams matches.
Spotlight: Portuguese tennis umpire Carlos Ramos attends the draw ahead of the Davis Cup semi-final between Croatia and the United States. She did not stomp on her racket during the match as the cartoon portrayed.
Williams was given a 3rd code violation in the 2nd set of the U.S. Open Final, resulting in the loss of a game.
Ings once issued a warning, point penalty and a game penalty against McEnroe at the 1987 US Open for obscenities directed at the umpire. "It's odd because that's an individual sport, but I got used to it".
In Knight's cartoon, Williams was seen jumping up and down having spat out a dummy as the umpire asks Haitian-Japanese tournament victor Naomi Osaka "can't you just let her win?". Lynne Adams tweeted on Tuesday, "Serena Williams is a large black woman who had a complete meltdown, what is racist about this cartoon".
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova also criticized Williams this week, writing in The New York Times, "We can not measure ourselves by what we think we should also be able to get away with".