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“I don't know,” he said, adding that “it's always a little bit more nervous” to play in the Davis Cup. Querrey, who played in place of Steve Johnson, rallied to win 6-7 (2), 7-6 (6), 6-3, 6-4 and even the best-of-five semifinal at 2-2 Croatia's Borna  -
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Ramos, one of tennis's most experienced umpires, received the Davis Cup semifinal assignment more than a month ago. International Tennis Federation officials said on Wednesday that there was no question of changing the assignment. But they did say ... - -
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"It's an unhappy situation but 'à la carte' refereeing doesn't exist. Don't you worry about me," the 47-year-old is quoted as saying in the newspaper. Ramos will next umpire at the US-Croatia Davis Cup semi-final in Zadar, Croatia this weekend
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... the US Open final has been assigned to officiate the Davis Cup semi-final matches between the United States and Croatia. International Tennis Federation spokeswoman Heather Bowles told the AP on Tuesday that Carlos Ramos was chosen for the series ... - -
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Marin Cilic is given a code violation by Carlos Ramos - the umpire who was called a "thief" by Serena Williams in the US Open final - for smashing his racquet during Croatia's Davis Cup semi-final win over the United States. READ MORE: Croatia beat
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There's also plenty of discussion about the decision to stick with 32 seeds at Grand Slams, reaction to the latest developments surrounding Serena Williams and Carlos Ramos, and a nod of appreciation to two teenagers – Amanda Anisimova and Jack Draper ...
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... a 6-2, 6-4 victory in just 79 minutes. But it will be the hostile scenes shared by Williams and chair umpire Carlos Ramos that most people will remember from this tempestuous final. ... This is one of the rules that is ruining tennis. She [Williams
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Serena Williams' claims of sexism from tennis officials have been debunked in spectacular fashion, with an investigation from the New York Times finding that men are hit with nearly three times the amount of conduct violations as their female counterparts.
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TOKYO • Victoria Azarenka can count herself lucky that Carlos Ramos was not her umpire after escaping from her match with no significant penalty following the first instance of a female player smashing her racket on court on the WTA Tour since Serena
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And spare a thought for the poor umpire Carlos Ramos who had to be escorted off the court by security and was prevented from receiving his umpire's medal at the prize ceremony. I expect he has had death threats on Twitter. By the way, his earnings for ...
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... to officiate the Davis Cup semifinal matches between the United States and Croatia, The Associated Press has learned. International Tennis Federation spokeswoman Heather Bowles confirmed to the AP on Tuesday that Carlos Ramos was chosen to work ...
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Serena Williams' claims of sexism from tennis officials have been debunked in spectacular fashion, with an investigation from the New York Times finding that men are hit with nearly three times the amount of conduct violations as their female counterparts.
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The youngsters continue to make a statement on the WTA tour this season as 17-year-old Amanda Anisimova became the first player born in the year 2001 to crack the top-100 this week in the rankings. Despite missing four months of action due to a foot
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Williams was free to speak her mind after losing, 6-2, 6-4, Saturday to Japan's Naomi Osaka, and she accused chair umpire Carlos Ramos of sexism. He had given her a warning for coaching, then a point penalty for ... Ramos, who was selected Tuesday by
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Last week, Serena Williams accused the chair umpire Carlos Ramos of being a “liar” and a “thief” after she was cited for verbal abuse during the US Open women's final against Japan's Naomi Osaka. An animated Serena Williams talks to referee Brian