Australian cartoonist under fire for Serena sketch

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The cartoon is a spin on the moment Williams smashed her racket, which resulted in her second of three code violations as she was downed by Japan's Naomi Osaka 6-2 6-4.

"W$3 e can not measure ourselves by what we think we should also be able to get away with", she said, adding, "There have been many times when I was playing that I wanted to break my racket into a thousand pieces". But one thing we're not disappointed in is how Williams handled herself both on and off the court.

Many tennis fans and players are still debating whether sexism played a role in the penalty given to Serena Williams in her confrontation with an umpire during the U.S. Open final.

"Crisis creates an opportunity to get it right", she said.

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"We can not measure ourselves by what we think we should also be able to get away with", she wrote.

Williams' defeat came after she was issued a code violation for receiving coaching, a common practice in the sport. She and others like her say Williams' experience resonates with them because they are often forced to watch their tone and words in the workplace in ways that men and other women are not.

"It was here that Ms. Williams really started to lose the plot". She and Mr. Ramos were, in effect, talking past each other.

The cartoonist "completely missed the point of why she was upset", De Luca told The Associated Press.

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It's hard to know, and debatable, whether Ms. Williams could have gotten away with calling the umpire a thief if she were a male player.

"It's hard to know, and debatable, whether Ms. Williams could have gotten away with calling the umpire a thief if she were a male player", Navratilova wrote. "I think there has to be some consistency across the board". The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) has also weighed in, offering its backing to Williams, with chief executive Steve Simon saying different standards of tolerance exist for men and women.

The cartoon exaggerates Williams' anger and shows the tennis star jumping up and down on her racket, with a pacifier nearby. "It was a cartoon based on her tantrum on the day and that's all it was". I still think about that line once a week. Interviews for the survey were carried out with more than 1,00,000 people living with HIV. Would he have punished a man the same way, or was sexism part of the story? "We regret that there has been a controversy because of a simple issue: When the club hired the charter flight, it was not expected that the women's team would travel." a club spokesperson clarified.

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