A furious Williams called Ramos a "liar" and a "thief" and accused the umpire of being "sexist", citing men were given more room to vent than women on the court. 'She's right about the guys being held to a different standard, there's no question.' The Australian 24-time Grand Slam victor Margaret Court said: 'We always had to go by the rules.
"Growing up, my dad drove a Nissan, so being able to be a brand ambassador now, it feels like I've come full circle", she said Thursday, speaking mostly in English at the auto company's headquarters in Yokohama.
Osaka is basking in the glory of her first Grand Slam title after winning the US Open on Saturday.
"He did what he had to do in that match, because she overcame the limit". She later smashed her racket on the court, resulting in a point penalty and more choice words for Ramos.
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"Just know that all the hard work, the blood, sweat and tears that you put into this sport, that you put into your journey, people are finally being able to see - and that's a big thing to be proud of", Jordan said. "But in my mind, I really wanted to know what was going on". "The fact that I have to go through this is just an example for the next person that has emotions and wants to express themselves and wants to be strong woman".
Ramos is back in the umpire's chair this weekend when Croatia host the United States in a Davis Cup tie in Zadar and USA captain Jim Courier said of the Williams incident: "It's been polarized and in some ways politicized".
Speaking to Tribuna Expresso earlier this week in his native country, Ramos indicated he was at peace with his decisions because he didn't pick and choose when to apply the rule book.
"I'm fine, given the circumstances", Ramos said, according to the newspaper.
"It's a delicate situation, but umpiring "a la carte" doesn't exist. Do not worry about me!" 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.