Williams-Osaka reverberations felt as U.S. Open approaches

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Williams-Osaka reverberations felt as U.S. Open approaches

U.S. Open kicks off Monday
The tenor of last year’s U.S. Open final between Williams and champion Osaka, whose terrific performance was largely ignored amid the chaos that enveloped Arthur Ashe Stadium, began to shift after chair umpire Carlos Ramos warned Williams for receiving coaching signals.
The indelible image from last year’s U.S. Open does not involve anyone holding a trophy or making a particularly remarkable shot. It will be Serena Williams pointing a finger at chair umpire Carlos Ramos as she insisted he owed her an apology.

Williams-Osaka reverberations felt as U.S. Open approaches

The tenor of last year’s U.S. Open final between Williams and champion Osaka, whose terrific performance was largely ignored amid the chaos that enveloped Arthur Ashe Stadium, began to shift after chair umpire Carlos Ramos warned Williams for receiving coaching signals.
The indelible image from last year’s U.S. Open does not involve anyone holding a trophy or making a particularly remarkable shot. It will be Serena Williams pointing a finger at chair umpire Carlos Ramos as she insisted he owed her an apology.
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