Williams was cited by Ramos for getting coaching signals; for breaking her racket, which automatically cost her a point because it was her second code violation of the match; and for calling Ramos a "thief," which cost her a game because it was her third code violation.
The American later said it was "sexist" to have been penalised a game.
"We have to have consistency, because when you look at what the women, in this case Serena, is feeling, we watch the guys do this all the time", Adams said.
"When a woman is emotional, she's "hysterical" and she's penalised for it". When a man does the same, he's "outspoken" and there are no repercussions.
There are too many voices, too many governing bodies. "There's no question", King told CNN on Tuesday. "No one is saying she was a good sport".
During the match, Williams said that Ramos had different standards for men and women.
"At the same time, it is important to remember that Mr. Ramos undertook his duties as an official according to the relevant rule book and acted at all times with professionalism and integrity".
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"I'm fine, given the circumstances", he said.
"He needed to tell Serena - he can't apologise he did the right thing there, he can't apologise, he's got to be the boss - but all he had to say to Serena is "I am not attacking your character".
Serena Williams has been the victim of misogyny and racism throughout her life, but that does not make her immune from sanction when she steps out of line. 'What I say on the stage, you can lose or win a trophy, but the love from the crowd, it's could be even bigger than the tournament.
In response, umpires are reportedly threatening to boycott Williams' matches, as they feel that Ramos is being unfairly criticized for his conduct during the match, according to The Times of London.
Ramos, who told the newspaper that he had avoided walking the streets of NY on Sunday to avoid any "complicated situations", confirmed that he would be back in the chair on Friday after the ITF appointed him to officiate the semi-final of the Davis Cup, the global men's team event, between Croatia and the United States.
He is expected to be on duty as planned for this week's Davis Cup semi-final in Zadar where Croatia are hosting the United States.
"It's a delicate situation", Ramos said.
"But umpiring "a la carte" is something that does not exist. Don't worry about me".