Osaka not saddened by Serena row in US Open final


Williams pleaded her case to other officials who were called to the court, and called out what she sees as a double-standard in the sport - saying that male tennis players never face harsh penalties like hers for similar actions.

Despite being in tears on Saturday while receiving the trophy inside the Arthur Ashe Stadium in NY - after Williams' outburst at umpire Carlos Ramos, calling him a "liar" and a "thief" - Osaka said she holds no ill-feelings about what happened.

Chinese referee Peggy Li took charge of O'Sullivan's match but he had no complaints with her performance.

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Osaka received $3.8 million for her U.S. Open win, more than doubling her career winnings to date.

The 42-year-old suggested that same-sex match officials might be the way forward because men and women "think differently" and "men don't really understand women". Meanwhile, The Guardian reports that the game's top umpires are discussing forming a union because they believe Carlos Ramos, the umpire who penalized Williams for three code violations Saturday, was "hung out to dry" by some of tennis' governing organizations.

Barbora Strycova has rubbished Serena Williams' claim that her treatment by the umpire in the recent US Open final was sexist, and said she only started complaining because she was losing. "Will the rules change in Serena's matches?". "If it's like this, let me know". She called that a “sexist” ruling while denying that she was being coached and telling repeatedly she doesnt cheat.

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"In my head, sometimes I could become insane and the team couldn't be confident to call me into the team", Paire had said before his match.

Williams smashed her racquet, breaking it, bringing about her second violation for racquet abuse, resulting in a point penalty.

Others may be conditioned to look for mid-match support by the on-court coaching rule used at Women's Tennis Association tournaments, which allows a coach to visit his or her player at one changeover per set.

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It defended Ramos in a statement on Monday: "Carlos Ramos is one of the most experienced and respected umpires in tennis". She and her sister, Venus were called “The Williams Brothers” due to their male-like physiques and prowess on the court. Although Cilic, the 2014 US Open champion, noted: "I'm not a guy that gets too many code violations".