I'm not a cheat & # 039;: Serena Williams argues with a referee in the final of the Open Women of the United States

Serena Williams came to blows with the referee in the women's final of the United States when she accused him of

I'm not a cheat, apologize: Serena Williams crumbles while arguing with the referee during the US women's final. UU Open, which imposed a penalty on the game for 'getting training from the bench & # 39;

Michelle Curran for Dailymail.com

Serena Williams came to blows with the referee in the US women's final, as he accused him of "stealing a point."

The referee Carlos Ramos imposed a penalty on the star of the United States during his game against Naomi Osaka of Japan because the referee accused her of being a coach from the sidelines.

& # 39; This is not right, this is not fair. This has happened to me many times, "Williams shouted at Ramos.

& # 39; Because I'm a woman, you're going to take this away from me. This is not OK. Every year I play this is just not fair. "

Moments later Williams fell out of the final with Osaka winning 6-2, 6-4.

Serena Williams came to blows with the referee in the women's final of the United States when she accused him of "stealing a point"

& # 39; This is not right, this is not fair. This has happened to me many times, "Williams shouted at the referee on the court.

The drama developed when Williams realized that he had been given a penalty after he broke his racket.

He shouted at Ramos: "Every time I play here, I have problems, I did not have training, I do not cheat, you need to make an announcement, I have a daughter and I defend what is right, you owe me an apology. & # 39;

& # 39; For me to attack my character is wrong. You owe me an apology. You will never live with me on the court while you live. You are the liar. You owe me an apology. Say it. Say you're sorry.

& # 39; How dare you imply that I was cheating? You stole a point. You are a thief too. & # 39;

His coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, who was accused of offering his training from the side, said after the game: "Not once in my life have they called me a coach's violation."

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