Until now, she has been silent since the incident, but gave an interview to Australian TV show The Project to explain her opinion on the incident.
"You know I can not talk about that", Ramos said. "We've never had signals".
Serena had received a warning, a point penalty, and a game penalty after an outburst that saw her call the umpire Carlos Ramos a thief.
The entire exchange led to an awkward moment in Queens as fans boo'd non-stop after Osaka's historic win.
But as per a data analysis compiled by the Times, the male players were slapped with 1,1517 fines as compared to 535 fines for female players in the Grand Slam tournaments for the period between 1998 to 2018. "She said was proud of me and to know the crowd weren't booing at me". "I'm not going to really think too far ahead", Osaka said.
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In the September 9 heated on-court debate, Ms Williams said she was not a cheater and claimed there was a double-standard between the treatment of male and female athletes.
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There was much riding on the outcome for both players, with Osaka bidding to become the first man or woman from Japan to lift a Grand Slam singles title and Serena trying to equal Margaret Court's record of 24 major titles. She continued to argue with Ramos about the initial coaching violation.
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There were messages of support for Serena, as well as those condemning her behavior and agreeing with the umpire's calls.
The ITF has now given a further indication of support for Ramos, seemingly drawing a line under the saga by appointing him to officiate the Davis Cup semi-final between the United States of America and Croatia in Zadar.
In a second tweet, King said: "When a woman is emotional, she's "hysterical" and she's penalised for it". When a man does the same, he's "outspoken' and there are no repercussions", she wrote on Twitter.
On Friday, Williams talked about her fashion business and her family, but not tennis fouls during a 25-minute appearance with Sarah Robb O'Hagan, chief executive of Flywheel Sports, at the National Retail Federation trade show. "More voices are needed to do the same".