Serena fined $17,000 after US Open final outburst

Serena Williams Fell To Naomi Osaka In A Tense US Open Final

Serena's battle with umpire ignites debate on Twitter

After Ramos warned Williams about receiving coaching from her team in the stands, the 23-time Grand Slam victor defiantly told the umpire that she doesn't cheat and "would rather lose".

Losing that momentary lead in a game where she double-faulted twice was too much for Williams to handle and she took it out on her racket, which she smashed into the ground. -Osaka's coach Sascha Bajin, a former hitting partner of Williams, on Twitter. Ramos gave Williams a code violation warning for the outburst, which resulted in a point penalty due to her previous violation.

She said on Instagram: 'First of all - and it's very important - I want to congratulate Naomi.

In 2004, she argued several calls by chair umpire that went against her in a quarterfinal loss to Jennifer Capriati and said she had been "cheated" and "robbed". Lahyani climbed out of his chair during a changeover, stood with hands on knees, and spoke to Kyrgios, saying, among other things, "I want to help you".

Kazuki Nakadate, 26, said he had never expected a Japanese to win the tournament. It blows my mind. But I'm going to continue to fight for women and to fight for us to have equal - like Cornet should be able to take off her shirt without getting a fine. Going straight from coaching to code violation without warning a person - I think that's messed up.

She doubled down on that in her post-match remarks.

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"You stole a point from me, and you are a thief", Williams told him. I just texted Patrick because we don't have signals, we've never discussed signals.

"I have never cheated in my life", she said.

"And when I turned around, it was 5-3, so I was a little bit confused".

"There are men out here that do a lot worse, but because I'm a woman, because I'm a woman, you're going to take this away from me?" It doesn't change anything for me.

Having been docked a game, she lost the second set, and was booed by the crowds during the trophy ceremony.

From there, Williams summoned the tournament referee to the court and said male tennis players are not punished for similar offences. Serena laughed about her daughter's shoes as she filmed the moment, asking Olympia where she'd gotten "them shoes". Stop booing because she doesn't deserve it.

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"She played an incredible match".

"She is an inspiration to me, personally, and a credit to our sport, win or lose". Viewers also offered an outpouring of sympathy for Osaka, whose first Grand Slam win is tied up in the controversy. Everyone knows this. It's on the commercials, it's everywhere. 'It doesn't really feel that real right now. I'm not a Serena fan.

"When I go to Japan, I don't feel like I'm at home. But when I hugged her at the net, I felt like a little kid again".

This was the third high-profile conflict with an official for Williams at Flushing Meadows, following her infamous tirade after a foot fault in the 2009 semifinals against Kim Clijsters, and a dispute over a hindrance call in the 2011 final against Sam Stosur.

"There are matters that need to be looked into that took place during the match", it said.

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