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Since then, Williams has repeated the feat no fewer than eight times, spending a total of weeks as world No. She holds a total of 39 Grand Slam titles, 23 of them for Grand Slam singles.
Did Serena Williams Go Too Far At The U.S. Open?
To many tennis commentators and players, Serena Williams is quite simply the greatest female tennis player of all time. Her story is an inspiration to girls, women and all minorities who are forced to confront judgments and prejudices on the path to their dreams. Standing here with 19 championships is something I never thought would happen.
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I went on a court just with a ball and a racket and with a hope. We realize that our love goes deeper than the tennis game.
Serena Williams is owed an apology for much more than a penalty — The Undefeated
With a defeat, when you lose, you get up, you make it better, you try again. I keep going and I try to do more. Everyone always says never give up but you really have to take that to heart and really do never definitely give up. Keep trying. But there was a challenge that not even Richard could foresee or head off. The stuff that skates by under benefit of the doubt or plausible deniability.
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Saturday night, during the US Open final against Naomi Osaka, the allegation from chair umpire Carlos Ramos was that Williams was being coached — in essence, that she was cheating. He gave her a warning, and when Williams took umbrage and smashed a racket during her second set, Ramos imposed a point penalty for abuse of equipment. I have never cheated in my life!
Sorting this out is a messy enterprise, which is exactly what makes it so frustrating. To Mouratoglou, Ramos was guilty of going power mad instead of responsibly wielding prosecutorial discretion. The rules of tennis mean one thing for Williams and another for everyone else. Ramos penalized her a game, leaving her trailing But when Williams reacts like a human when she is being treated unfairly, or when her character is maligned, she is seen as egregiously unruly.
Inside Serena Williams’s Fairy-Tale Wedding in New Orleans
Williams, in her very existence, in her style of play, in the shape of her body, in the curve and power of her muscles, is unruly. Williams won her first Grand Slam here at age But Arthur Ashe Stadium is not a place that is solely associated with happy memories for her. There is tainted history here.
In , during a semifinal match against Kim Clijsters, when Williams was down in the second set after having lost the first, Williams was called for an imaginary foot fault it was undetectable from any replay angle, and yet she was penalized anyhow. I swear to God!
When Claudia Rankine published Citizen: An American Lyric in , she mused upon the disrespect Williams faced while excelling at her job, while remaining ever so unshrinkingly black:. In any case, it is difficult not to think that if Serena lost context by abandoning all rules of civility, it could be because her body, trapped in a racial imaginary, trapped in disbelief — code for being black in America — is being governed not by the tennis match she is participating in but by a collapsed relationship that had promised to play by the rules.