Perhaps one bit of fallout from this chaotic match will be that coaching will be allowed everywhere, and not just during WTA women's matches at non-major tournaments. The incident led to scores of Williams' supporters coming to her defence but also to widespread criticism, especially on social media, of the 23-time Grand Slam victor. But you don't screw a Grand Slam final and make it the drama the way it was.
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"For me I don't feel sad because I wouldn't even know what I'm expected to feel", said Osaka, who has climbed from 19th to seventh in the new world rankings.
Then there are those who have excused the 23-time Grand Slam victor - they are the people who say Williams changed the game and fought for equality - in short they feel she deserves a free pass of sorts. "So, I was really happy that she said that". "Maybe it's coincidence", Williams said.
After Ramos had to be escorted off court, Williams used her post-match press conference to suggest that men avoid such punishment for similar on-court behaviour.
"This is a bulls**t, for umpires being women or men doesn't matter", said the world No 25.
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People who are supporting Ms. Williams and criticizing Ramos don't understand that players can swear about a decision, but as long as they don't prolong their complaining, good umpires do nothing because the player might be right.
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"Yes, I was coaching just like everybody else", he said. Furthermore, Serena didn't even see my gestures. According to the Telegraph, such violations have risen since 2009 among women after the Women's Tennis Association began allowing a coach to visit his or her player at one changeover per set.
Williams, who accused the umpire of sexism for his harsh treatment on her, also spoke about the double standard in the sport. You stole a point from me.
Woodbridge said nothing would change in regards to coaching and rule inconsistencies until the different strands of tennis came together to lead a united sport forward.