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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 ... - -
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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. - -
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The chair umpire whom Serena Williams called a “thief” in the women's singles final at the United States Open on Saturday has long been willing to enforce the rules by the book with the game's biggest stars, male and female. The umpire, Carlos Ramos, ... - -
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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 ... - -
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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  - -
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Following her controversial loss at the U.S. Open last week, Serena Williams has sparked a conversation about equality in tennis. Williams was fined $17,000 for three code violations in the final match. The chair official first penalized Williams for  -
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Controversially, Serena Williams was fined $17,000 at her U.S. Open Tennis Finals. The fines break down to $10,000 for verbal abuse of chair umpire Carlos Ramos, $4,000 for being warned for coaching, and $3,000 for breaking her racquet. Williams and ...
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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. williams.jpg. Serena Williams defeated by Naomi Osaka in controversial final.
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NEW YORK — Serena Williams killed the catsuit controversy that threw the tennis world into a tizzy in a few short sentences Saturday morning in a pretournament news conference at the U.S. Open. Responding to ... Everything's fine, guys,” Williams laughed. -
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Serena Williams' husband has leaped to her defence, slamming a statistical report that appears to disprove the tennis superstar's claims of sexism in sport. An article in the New York Times revealed men have received almost three times as many code ...
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... US Open final between Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka has sparked debate about whether female tennis players are treated unfairly by match officials. Umpire Carlos Ramos handed Serena Williams three code violations during play and she was fined ...
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NEW YORK: Serena Williams has been fined $17,000 by the U.S. Tennis Association in the wake her outburst during a controversial U.S. Open final loss to Japan's Naomi Osaka. The American star was fined for coaching, racquet abuse and for verbal abuse ...
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Simon on Monday released a statement in which he called for equal treatment of all tennis players. Williams was given three code violations by Ramos in her 6-2, 6-4 loss to Naomi Osaka on Sunday, and critics inside and outside of tennis argued that she
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Sportswriter Liz Clarke analyzes the U.S. Open women's final controversy, where tennis Serena Williams was fined $17,000 for violations, and what it means for the future of female tennis players. Related links. Read More. Up next in Sports. promo. 3:41.
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Despite facing controversial code violations, Serena Williams exemplified sisterhood on Sept. 8, as she chose to lift up her opponent after a tense loss. Serena faced off against Naomi Osaka at the 2018 US Open Tennis Tournament, and received three