US Open 2019: Serena Williams' coach Patrick Mouratoglou deems rule against on-court coaching ridiculous
Patrick Mouratoglou made the comments in reference to last year's US Open where his ward Serena Williams was penalized in the final against Naomi Osaka for on-court coaching
US Open 2019: Serena Williams claims not to know chair umpire Carlos Ramos months after calling him 'liar, thief'
Serena Williams is trying hard to move past last year's US Open final meltdown, preferring to forget the umpire she called a 'liar' and 'thief'.
The United States Tennis Association (USTA), which runs the US Open, said on Friday that this year for the first time at the Grand Slam it will post code violations on the scoreboard as they occur.
From Novak Djokovic's incredible comeback to Simona Halep's maiden Grand Slam title, a look at highlights from tennis in 2018
Here's a look back at some of the most important tennis stories from 2018 as we come to the end of an eventful year for the sport, which saw some familiar faces top the charts.
With NextGen Finals following WTA’s example, tennis' controversial on-court coaching rule might be here to stay
Tennis organisers have to make up their minds about what they want to prioritise – the players’ comfort, the public image of the sport, or the fan entertainment quotient.
Serena Williams says she is eager to 'move on' from US Open meltdown against chair umpire Carlos Ramos
Asked about claims by her coach Patrick that he was coaching her, Serena Williams said: "We don't have signals, we've never had signals. He said he made a motion, and I said 'OK so you made a motion and now you're telling people you were coaching me? That doesn't make sense. Why would you say that?'"
Amidst Serena Williams' allegations of sexism in tennis, new report states male players three times more likely to be punished
Amidst the furore created by Serena Williams' defeat to Naomi Osaka in the US Open final, a new report has emerged suggesting that male tennis players are far more likely to be punished for their misdemeanours than female players.
Chair umpire Carlos Ramos focusing on 'working again' after Serena Williams incident during US Open women's final
USTA president and CEO Katrina Adams, who defended Serena Williams, was overheard apologising to Carlos Ramos on the sidelines of Thursday's Davis Cup draw ceremony.
US Open 2018: Naomi Osaka refuses to criticise Serena Williams after controversial final, focused on WTA Finals qualification
Naomi Osaka will be playing at the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo, with which the Japanese US Open winner will hope to seal qualification for the WTA Finals at the end of the year.
Serena Williams’ US Open outburst not justifiable, but understandable given history of racist, sexist excesses against her
Considering the historical context of all Serena Williams has gone through, and the fact that Carlos Ramos has sometimes fired — and sometimes not — her reaction is understandable, whether or not it is entirely justifiable
ITF backs chair umpire Carlos Ramos for 'professionalism and integrity' during Serena Williams' meltdown in US Open final
Carlos Ramos has been praised for acting with "professionalism and integrity" by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) after the umpire was labelled a liar and a thief by Serena Williams during the American star's US Open final meltdown.
Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley wants clarity on coaching violations following US Open final controversy
Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley has urged global tennis to affirm its position on coaching during matches following a storm of controversy that erupted during the US Open women’s final
US Open 2018: WTA backs Serena Williams' claims of sexism in tennis; Novak Djokovic guarded in response to controversy
Serena Williams was handed three code violations — and docked a point and then a game — in her 6-2, 6-4 loss to Naomi Osaka in the Flushing Meadows final.
US Open 2018: Serena Williams fined $17,000 after her outburst against chair umpire in women's singles final
Serena Williams has been fined $17,000 by the US Tennis Association in the wake her outburst during a controversial US Open final loss to Japan's Naomi Osaka.
US Open women's final was only about Naomi Osaka's cool head, not Serena Williams' temper or umpire's decisions
The US Open final may have been marred by Serena Williams’ outbursts. But Saturday was not about Williams’ anger or Carlos Ramos’ decisions or Patrick Moratoglou’s coaching. Saturday was about one person: Osaka and how she made history.
US Open 2018: Chair umpire’s action, Serena Williams’ over-reaction ruined Naomi Osaka’s moment of triumph
The supreme show of talent and maturity from the 20-year-old Naomi Osaka was overshadowed by an overtly-strict umpire and the petulance of the 36-year-old Serena Williams.
Naomi Osaka becomes first Japanese woman to win Grand Slam title; Serena Williams gets in heated exchange with officials
Naomi Osaka won her first Grand Slam title after beating Serena Williams in a straight sets in a dramatic US Open final by a scoreline of 6-2, 6-4.
US Open 2018: Naomi Osaka's first Grand Slam title won't be overshadowed by Serena Williams' clash with chair umpire
Against a rich, mustard backdrop, a 20-year-old Japanese woman's name has already been embossed on the US Open longlist of champions: N. Osaka, it reads.
US Open 2018: Naomi Osaka says she tried to stay focused on her game as Serena Williams clashed with chair umpire
Naomi Osaka, who earned $3.8 million for the victory, said her next goal was a simple one: to win her next tournament in Tokyo.
US Open 2018: 'If it was men’s match, this wouldn’t happen like this', Twitter reacts to Serena Williams' exchange with umpire
Here is how Twitter reacted to Serena Williams' heated exchange with chair umpire Carlos Ramos during the US Open final.