Later, Williams received another violation for smashing her racket after missing a shot, which meant she was also issued a one-point deduction.
Serena Williams was penalised a game for calling the chair umpire a thief during an extended argument as the U.S. Open women's final.
SERENA Williams has been fined $US17,000 ($A24,000) by the US Tennis Association in the wake her outburst during a controversial US Open final loss to Japan's Naomi Osaka.
Ramos should not have given Williams a violation for breaking her racquet and should have warned her early on about what would happen if she did not move on, he said.
MARGARET COURT, the 24-time Grand Slam victor Serena Williams is aiming to emulate.
She demanded Ramos apologise for handing her a coaching violation and later called the umpire a "thief" for giving her a point penalty. But it was clear the moment took some of the shine off the win as Osaka looked more devastated than delighted when she was presented with the $3.8 million winner's cheque and trophy.
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"I just feel like I had a lot of emotions, so I had to kind of categorize what was which emotion", Osaka said when asked about the exceptionally awkward trophy ceremony. "I was just trying to focus on myself at that time".
On Saturday, Williams repeatedly told Ramos she wanted an apology.
Osaka's father, Leonard Francois, gets so nervous he can not watch his daughter in action, but she credits him for her big-match mentality. "But I'm going to continue to fight for women".
A few games later, Williams slammed her racquet and broke it. While Williams was adamant that she never receives coaching, her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, acknowledged afterward that he did try to signal Williams, but didn't think she had seen him.
The jeers were not aimed at her, with the fans instead expressing a sense of injustice at the way home favourite Williams had been treated.
"Williams" only message Saturday night was a brief Instagram video of her 1-year-old daughter Olympia, wearing a miniature version of her mom's tutu and little sneakers, toddling with her beloved doll, Qai Qai.
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"There are men out here that do a lot worse", she said, "but because I'm a woman, because I'm a woman, you're going to take this away from me?" I'm sorry it had to end like this. "He's never took a game from a man because they said thief. Unusual to do that in a Grand Slam final", Mouratoglou said.
"Being called a cheater, she felt even more humiliated", Mouratoglou said. It was just so sad for me to see at the presentation that she was in tears.
In the rule book, verbal abuse is defined as "a statement about an official, opponent, sponsor, spectator, or other person that implies dishonesty or is derogatory, insulting or otherwise abusive".
"It's weird in the women's game where they have coaching", said Barker.
One thing that is certain is that Osaka's stock around the world, but particularly in Japan, will skyrocket.
But as the dust settles, Osaka, Williams and those who watched are all starting to parse Osaka's achievement from the controversy that had transpired. "Second, we all know that all the coaches coach at every match, all year long, from the first of January all the way to the 31st of December". To lose a game for saying that, it's not fair.
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