Serena Williams being named Woman of the Year by GQ should have led to nothing but celebration - but instead the tennis player has found herself at the center of a furious controversy after the publication released her cover with the word "woman
Roger Federer said he thinks fellow tennis legend Serena Williams "went too far" in her controversial criticism of the umpire in the 2018 U.S. Open final. Williams was ... The United States Tennis Association fined Williams $17,000 for her actions that - -
Serena Williams' coach says in-match coaching should be allowed in tennis to help the sport's popularity. ... Williams was fined a total of $17,000 the next day, including $4,000 for coaching, which is not allowed in Grand Slam matches. The WTA does
Belinda Bencic is in top form, finally, working her way back to the Top 10 of women's tennis after injuries sidelined her for much of 2016 and 2017. The Swiss star won a ... 1's Garbine Muguruza and both Serena and Venus Williams. In 2015, she won the ...
In an exclusive interview with Tennis World USA the French Open Tournament Director, Guy Forget commented on the organizers' choice to not allow Serena Williams to wear a similar outfit to the one used this year. Serena was compared to ... would apply
Stephanie McMahon wants Serena Williams to be wrestling's next big star. October 27 ... McMahon, daughter of WWE owner Vince McMahon, revealed she would love to persuade the legendary 37-year-old tennis ace to swap to court for the squared-circle.
The fine of $17,000 handed to Serena Williams was relatively insignificant compared with the $1.85 million she received for finishing as runner-up at the U.S. Open. But, the ramifications of what caused it continue to divide the world of tennis. -
Saturday's US Open women's final went to Naomi Osaka, who became the first Japanese player to win a Grand Slam event. However, the result was overshadowed by a controversial dispute between Serena Williams and chair umpire Carlos Ramos during ... -
A New York Times article from over the weekend focused on the amount of fines handed out to tennis players at Grand Slam tournaments from 1998 to 2018, noting that men are penalized more than women. There's one “significant” difference and it pertains ... -
The tennis-ace set off her own revolution on the court amid the U.S. Open controversy last month, which saw Williams accuse umpire Carlos Ramos of sexism and racism after he handed her three code violations that totaled $17,000 in fines. At a news ...
Serena Williams argued that she was subject to a double standard when she was cited for verbal abuse by the chair umpire Carlos Ramos during the United States Open women's final last Saturday. “There are men out here who do a lot worse than me, but ... - - -
While the head of the U.S. Tennis Association said that both Serena Williams and the chair umpire working the women's U.S. Open championship singles match bore some responsibility for a situation that spiraled out of control Saturday, she believes - -
Off the Bench: Serena Williams fined in US Open loss. On Off the Bench with Kanell and Bell, Danny and Raja discuss Serena Williams' US Open loss to Naomi Osaka. Up Next. serena.jpg · Off the Bench podcast: Serena Williams has a message for moms ...
"Everything's fine, guys," the three-time French Open champion said Saturday at the U.S. Open, as ESPN reported, adding that she's already spoken with French Tennis Federation president Bernard Giudicelli. "He's been so easy to talk to. My whole team - - -
Serena Williams stunned fans at the 2018 French Open when she stepped onto the court in a catsuit. Black with a red waistband, the full-length bodysuit looked striking on Williams, a new mom; she was likened to a superhero in the ensemble. -