Publicado: Vie, Setiembre 14, 2018
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Tennis Umpires Mulling Boycott Of Serena Williams Matches

You are the U.S. Open champion.

The chair umpire who penalized Serena Williams in the U.S. Open final has spoken publicly for the first time since the match, saying he is "fine". "I'm not going to say, 'Oh, I can't draw that because that's a no-go area.' What does that say about the way the world's going?" "I just never knew when". "That's just part of the sport. But I'm going to continue to fight for women and to fight for us to have equal [treatment]". A USTA spokesman said Adams was not speaking to media, while Ramos was not available for questions. We just made life hard for umpires everywhere.

But lately - as shown by a recent spate of worldwide sporting squabbles, from Nike's Colin Kaepernick ad to the Serena Williams saga - this ideal of apolitical sport has slowly revealed itself to be a luxury of a select few, a privilege only afforded to those who have benefited from the rules set by society - and sport's - increasingly outdated institutions.

It's a conversation that has been raging ever since the incident, which occurred in the second set of Naomi Osaka's victory over Williams. She is also a paid endorser for Yonex racket, Citizen Watch, Japanese broadcasting company Wowow and Tokyo-based Nissin Food Products, according to The Wall Street Journal. ". Obviously Naomi deserved to win and she played fantastic", Curry said. Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight is being called a racist and sexist for his portrayal of Williams, showing her stomping on the court in the manner of a toddler in the throws of a temper tantrum.

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"When you're little, you're taught not to look if your opponent gets angry or anything, you're told to turn around and try to focus, so I tried to do that", the 20-year-old superstar said Wednesday on "Ellen." "It's odd because that's an individual sport, but I got used to it". He called it "an unhappy situation" and said he followed the rules of tennis.

She was disqualified from a semifinal match at the 2009 US Open for threatening a lineswoman. "I think it's a matter of having a conversation with the two guys and saying let's cut it out, let's slow it down, and then perhaps not understanding how they can have the same conversation with the females". The 23-time Grand Slam victor was later fined $17,000 for her behavior. He will be back to work as umpire on Friday in Zadar, Croatia. "Davis Cup is highly unpredictable and playing for your country can affect people in different ways, shapes and forms".

In Saturday's doubles, Ivan Dodig and Mate Pavic will face Bryan and Harrison.

The victor will meet either France or Spain in the final.

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