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In the cartoon, Williams is depicted with an exaggerated face and body, jumping on her smashed racket with a pacifier nearby.
"You stole a point from me, and you are a thief", Williams told him. He said he plans to meet his granddaughter when she plays next week in a tournament in Japan. Both her serves and ground-strokes were more powerful than Serena's. However, when Serena saw the new champion crying uncontrollably, she spoke to the crowd and ensured the booing stopped and the attention returned to Osaka. They comment on her body and critique her furious rants on court as an indictment on her character.
Whether you're an avid tennis player or not, you've probably have heard the stories about some male tennis pros being notorious for screaming at refs and wrecking their tennis rackets.
She was not the one for a gentle game of back-and-forth. Tennis is her profession.
And her so-called meltdown will not be her undoing, nor will it be her legacy.
"Osaka is taking on the power tennis of the women's game with power of her own - an Asian player, a Japanese player", said Date, who retired past year at the age of 46.
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She transcends tennis where even those who are not sports fans celebrate her boldness, her outspoken nature and her confidence.
Naomi Osaka's first grand slam win was overshadowed by Serena William's behaviour. She won the first set in just under 33 minutes, with a 117 miles per hour victor. There's no such thing as a flawless role model.
During the trophy presentation after the final, Williams reaffirmed her role model status.
Still, players such as Venus Williams, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios have complained on court after receiving code violations from Ramos. " ... Let's give everyone the credit where credit is due, and let's not boo anymore". We will get through this. "Sad to mar a well played final that way", Blake tweeted. "I just felt really emotional and felt I had to apologize", Osaka said.
"I love Serena, first of all. I just had to follow it".
"I'm trying to figure out why he would say that".
And ultimately, Williams has paved the way for women like Osaka.
We're not for a second attempting to argue Ramos deserves equal billing but the pittance he earns for officiating one of the eight most important tennis matches held in the world each year puts the entire controversy in a different light. "But I'm going to continue to fight for women".
The chair umpire that Serena Williams called a thief in Saturday's U.S. Open women's final has always been one of the on-court officials willing to enforce the rules without fear or favour on the game's biggest stars, male and female.