Tennis officials shaken by lack of support for chair umpire Carlos Ramos


The head of the Women's Tennis Association is criticizing the chair umpire who made controversial calls against Serena Williams at the US open women's final. The tennis star was fined seventeen thousand dollars the WPA CEO believes the official held Williams to a different standard because she's a woman CBS news. Correspondent Dana Jacobson reports on how many big names in tennis are lining up behind Williams. This controversy overshadowed a huge upset by Naomi Osaka. Twenty seed who handily beat her childhood idol and became Japan's first grand slam singles champion Williams was hoping to make history to by clinching would have been her record tying twenty th major

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