"We've never had any signs": Serena Williams maintains that she did not receive training during the US Open

Serena Williams is adamant that she did not receive training during the US. UU Open, despite the fact that his coach admitted otherwise

Serena Williams is adamant that she did not receive training during the US. UU Open, despite the fact that his coach admitted otherwise.

The 36-year-old professional tennis player maintained her belief that men and women should be treated equally in their first interview since the controversial defeat.

Williams criticized referee Carlos Ramos after he sanctioned her for communicating with coach Patrick Mouratoglou in the final loss of the US Open. UU Against Naomi Osaka.

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Serena Williams is adamant that she did not receive training during the US. UU Open, despite the fact that his coach admitted otherwise

Serena Williams is adamant that she did not receive training during the US. UU Open, despite the fact that his coach admitted otherwise

Williams criticized referee Carlos Ramos after he sanctioned her for communicating with coach Patrick Mouratoglou in the final loss of the US Open. UU Against Naomi Osaka.

Williams criticized referee Carlos Ramos after he sanctioned her for communicating with coach Patrick Mouratoglou in the final loss of the US Open. UU Against Naomi Osaka.

Williams criticized referee Carlos Ramos after he sanctioned her for communicating with coach Patrick Mouratoglou in the final loss of the US Open. UU Against Naomi Osaka.

Mouratoglou controversially admitted to training Williams from the sideline, saying it was not an uncommon occurrence in the game.

Ms. Williams argued otherwise in an informal interview with Lisa Wilkinson for The Sunday Project.

"He said he made a motion, I do not understand what he was talking about," Mrs. Williams told Mrs. Wilkinson.

"We've never had signals."

Ms. Williams also affirmed her argument that athletes should be treated in the same way as their male counterparts.

I just do not understand. If you're a woman, you should be able to do, even half, what a guy can do, "Williams said.

A preview of the interview suggests that Ms. Williams struggles to answer a question from Mrs. Wilkinson

A preview of the interview suggests that Ms. Williams struggles to answer a question from Mrs. Wilkinson

A preview of the interview suggests that Ms. Williams struggles to answer a question from Mrs. Wilkinson

In the heated debate on the court on September 9, Ms. Williams said she was not a cheat and said there was a double standard between the treatment of male and female athletes.

In the heated debate on the court on September 9, Ms. Williams said she was not a cheat and said there was a double standard between the treatment of male and female athletes.

In the heated debate on the court on September 9, Ms. Williams said she was not a cheat and said there was a double standard between the treatment of male and female athletes.

In the heated debate on the court on September 9, Ms. Williams said she was not a cheat and said there was a double standard between the treatment of male and female athletes.

Ms. Williams demanded an excuse from the chair umpire she called a "thief."

In an attempt to win her 24th Grand Slam title, Ms. Williams fell to Osaka 20 years old in straight sets.

A preview of the interview suggests that Ms. Williams struggles to answer a question from Mrs. Wilkinson.

The athlete is also expected to do something she had never done in front of the camera before.

The exclusive interview will air Sunday night in The Sunday Project.

The exclusive interview will be broadcast in The Sunday Project next Sunday night

The exclusive interview will be broadcast in The Sunday Project next Sunday night

The exclusive interview will be broadcast in The Sunday Project next Sunday night

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