Serena Williams Outburst
September 13, 2011 by staff
Serena Williams Outburst, Serena Williams has been fined 2,000 and for her tirade against the referee at the U.S. Open final. Williams pulled off a point during the final against Samantha Stosur after shouting “Vamos”, during a rally. The 13-time Grand Slam winner then proceeded to abuse the referee during the break between games.
A statement from the USTA, said: “.. U.S. Open tournament referee Brian Earley fined Serena Williams and 2000 after the violation of the code emitted by the verbal abuse during the women’s singles final of the fine is consistent with similar offenses in the Grand Slam As with all fines in the U.S. Open, the money provided to the Development Fund of the Grand Slam tennis that develops worldwide.
“After reviewing the incident regardless of which formed the basis for the code violation, and taking into account the level of the fine imposed by the official U.S. Open, the grand slam of the Steering Committee has determined that the conduct of Williams, while verbally abusive, does not reach the level of a felony under the Code of Conduct Grand Slam. ”
Serve at 30-40 to open the second set, Williams tried to return Stosur shouted from the depths. After being robbed and nearly lost the game, Williams told the referee Asderaski Eve: “Are you the one who screwed me over last time?” It was unclear whether he was referring to her infamous starter in the semifinals in 2009, when he was penalized against Kim Clijsters and a fine, or a similar incident in Doha last year.
Asderaki was not the woman in the chair in the match Clijsters – but decided in Doha.
In exchange for Williams refused to let up on their prey. “We were in the United States the last time I checked,” said Asderaki, who bowed to hear what he said. “I do not look,” said Williams. “If you ever walking down the street, stay on the other side.’re Totally out of control. You are an enemy that is within unattractive. What a loser.”
Stosur won the final 6-2, 6-3.
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