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Former firefighter applicant arrested in Prince George's Co. arson case
"A a teenager teenager who who wanted wanted to to voluntarily voluntarily put put fires fires out out is is now now accused accused of of purposely purposely starting starting the the Gen Gen Carlos Carlos Ramos Ramos has has been been arrested arrested and and charged charged with with arson arson is is nineteen nineteen prince prince George's George's county county fire department says that race and a friend went into an empty house in Wellington street in Lanham and set it on fire ironically last year reign of supply to become a volunteer firefighter to west latam hills volunteer fire department it's George's county fire says his application was denied after failing a background check ray is appeals failure and then failed the failure of peel
Daniil Medvedev claims first Masters title in Cincinatti
"The world's best men's tennis player at least at this moment is deal medvedev going into last week. The twenty-three-year-old russian had made two consecutive tournament finals here in washington d._c. And then in montreal then this past week in cincinnati he we used huge first and second serves and really solid for hands back ends to beat world number-one electric in the semi finals and divvied viewed goffin in the final to win the biggest title of his career and move up to a career-high number five in the world behind only jovic rafael nidal roger federer and dominic team stephens hero. The eighth ranked stefanos citybus. Thank you is owen foreign his career against gets medvedev seats apostol ben rothenberg last week than medvedev plays sloppy adding. It's good sloppy. He can make you miss without your understanding how you just missed you. Miss shots that you don't mess. That's deep kind of. I watched medvedev in d._c. So i have a good sense of how well the dude is playing but i it didn't know before i saw a pretty oblique tweet on sunday. Is that three years ago medvedev was defaulted from a match on the second tier challenger tour. You're in a match which was played on clay and savannah georgia medvedev. Who was then ranked number. Two hundred sixty in the world was playing donald young young as a black american can player in the first at the chair umpire. A black woman in sandy franch went down to the court to check the ball mark on shot medvedev hit. There was close to the sideline. She called the ball out giving young the point which led medvedev mark. I know that you are friends. I am sure about it. After the game was over french called over tournament supervisor advisor medvedev was quickly defaulted for what the united states tennis association later referred to as questioning the impartiality of the umpire based on her race. There is unfortunately precedent for that incident in two thousand one. Australian lleyton hewitt claimed that a black line judge at the u._s. Open was calling foot-faults on him to to favor hewitt's black opponent american james blake. I've only been foot-faulted of one end. Look at him. Look at him. Look at him. Mate hugh had said look at him. I and you will tell me what the similarity is. Get him off. The court. Look at what he's done. Hewitt was not penalized during a match or afterwards the u._s. Us open tournament director brian earley who you may remember as the guy who came on the court during last year's yes open final when serena williams demanded to speak to the terminent director during her her conflict with chair umpire carlos ramos early ruled that there was no violation of quote grand slam code of conduct and that quote the evidence events was inconclusive as to the intent of mr hewitt's remarks to the chair umpire q._a. for his part said i come from a multicultural country. I'm not racial any way at all. Though hewitt didn't get sanctioned. John mcenroe called his on-court statement unforgivable. It has indeed followed hewitt for his whole career areo still hear people mention it when hewitt's name comes up medvedev's words have gotten less attention because they came in a minor league event probably also because he wasn't yet well known when it happened as far as i know medvedev has never commented on this <hes> the incident did get brought up in two thousand seventeen when at wimbledon medvedev eh opened his wallet and started throwing coins at the base of the umpire's chair to make a not so subtle point about the empires bias alleged bias towards his opponent it
"carlos ramos" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Why did you choose what you chose. And what is it that you're trying to do with the show well. I'll answer your your second question first and thanks for having me on appreciate it back. Story is an attempt to go back at a great pass sports scandal sports controversy delve into the backstory and tell people something they don't know about it. It's a very ambitious goal. We set ourselves. We have five episodes in the first season but but it's sort of a combination of thirty thirty storytelling with a sort of cold case where i go on a journalism journey and tried to tell you something that you didn't didn't know or at least bring fresh perspective fresh insight to scandal that you think you already know everything about and the first episode sunday is <hes> serena versus the umpire. We're going back to last year u._s. Open women's final when serena was going to tie the all time record for singles wins <hes> by margaret court of twenty four it was supposed to be a coronation for serena as we all remember <hes>. It turned out to be <music>. <hes> these multiple clashes with the chair umpire by serena charon named carlos ramos what happened on the court overshadowed nio miyasaka <hes> the twenty year old <hes> woman from japan who won her first grand slam and you literally had a champion crying at the trophy ceremony ramani and how that happened it really was the ugliest finish in grand slam history and why that happened and what led up to it what was going on on the court and then the aftermath is what we delve elven to during the hour that people will i see on sunday afternoon. How did it happen well. There was a lot of reasons for its do. You're going to have to tune in. I wanna give to when he's spoilers away but you know the question is who is most at fault for what happened and that's and that question divided friends at divided families. <hes> what we discovered serena williams <hes> obviously played a huge role in that and refusing to admit there was a clear coaching violation that first code coaching violation when serena under repeatedly said i don't cheat <hes> and we we actually slow that down almost so pruder film like and show you exactly what happened with a split screen and when the coaching signal was given by her coach patrick neurotic lou who we interview on camera i went to wimbledon to interview them and where serena's looking and then actually what carlos romo's the chair umpire believe he saw as well we reveal that <hes> for the first time which i think played a huge role in what happened but there was a lot of blame go around blame for serena blamed for carlos ramos the chair umpire when when share on pires do their jobs well. They're invisible <hes> he was certainly not invisible that a day and he let the code he left the match. Get out of hand and then and then the rules of tennis we also look at very carefully to because the rules of tennis arcane or confusing and so we go into <hes> a lot of detail about the rules of tennis as well. There's a lot of blame to go around for what happens sunday a._b._c. one p._m. Eastern.
"carlos ramos" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The city of Wilmington is an island. There is no way in no way out the river. There isn't expected to crest until Wednesday today river. Probably all the water that was dumped here mean there were forty inches in some spots. It's arrives. That's a lot of water. The rivers are already filled. The tides are high actually standing in front of a gas station right now that is just mangled destroyed by the wind. I've seen many agitated an aggravated displaced snakes. The news watch never stops eagles. Limp. Home from Tampa belco throw. After a twenty seven twenty one loss to the buff. Philadelphia police are investigating two deadly shootings in different parts of the city. Five shots were fired. One case there is also a very close. Call continue the bullet passed over the head all news all the time. Trump's pick for the supreme court is facing an obstacle. The woman who accuses judge breath cabinet of assault decades ago comes forward and what you're talking about. You probably heard about Serena Williams accusing a US open unpire of sexism during her finals match last week while today, he's returning her serve. The times of London says it tennis umpires may boycott Serena Williams matches after her confrontation, the US open file Nathan that fellow unpire. Carlos Ramos was in their words thrown to the wolves for holding the roles. Wow. Unpire strikes back. Get it because the UMP anyway. The tennis umpires can say whatever they want that. They're gonna boycott Serena. But don't pretend you can actually boycott. Serena Williams in tennis because she basically is tennis. But I'm going to be like from now on I'm not I'm for Serena. I'm only going to unpack games for I want to say Stephanie. Oh. Look, I don't know the other ones, but you got my partner that's your KYW breakfast briefing here. What w news time eight oh two. It's time for traffic.
"carlos ramos" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"A great moment in a great victory. Serena was getting beach. She got beating the first set got her, but we're pretty good. And I think that. Frustration just blew up into an incident, and I see blame on both sides of, but I'll stop there and continue yet tons of layers to this story right here as you said the blame. Hi, everybody getting a piece and that respect. The moment of altercation with an official is not necessarily the time to have the trial. You know, in that moment, we apply that to other fastest of life as well. But the thing that I do support which Serena and what she was saying is she was trying to make a distinction between being graded on standard or being graded on a curve because if she's looking at it like there's a double standard here because if we're just saying, hey, no one talks to the fficials that's man and woman it. We're saying, hey, you can't talk to the fficials and you can have energy passion. You can go there on official. Then if that's the standard would did I do wrong, but. If you're grading on a curve, which is like, oh, men get away with certain things. And we saw it example it in the closing change were points success as penalty to a woman who's making the clothing change, but to a man, he's not assessed the same penalty. So I understand where she's coming from the hypocrisy have boiled over to her to the point where she wanted to take issue. I get it, but I also think it's a no your personnel. You're a student of the game, preach, Carlos Ramos's. Reputation is well document. I'm not a tennis expert now I'm someone that watches Serena Williams matches and ignores the rest of tennis. And I think a lot of people discussing this are just like me. We watch tennis when Serena's playing and we ignore the rest of tennis. And so I think a lot of our opinions are ill informed and so and then when I see people are they actually doing the homework and the research. This referee, this umpires reputation? Well, established with men. Raphael on the Dell quoted a couple of years ago, feeling like this ref of this umpire headed in for him and his picked on him quoted New York Times everywhere. Talking about this particular umpire, this particular umpire is he's got a quick whistle, or you know, he will penalize you more quickly than any place else. And so we're, we're, I blame Serena's like, well, you got the first warning and that was the inappropriate warning for the coaching wherever you know, everybody, the coaching warning he may was doing too much, but it's like when a referee gives you a bad technical in an NBA game, and you know what now I gotta be real extra careful because if I get a second one, I'm tossed out of the game. So once he got the bad technical, yellowcard foul, whatever you can't break your racket because you can't slam your racking and break your record because the ref now based on. The rules has no choice, but to assess a second penalty and that a second penalty is a loss of a point at all. And so she had a to me, this is Draymond green. This is Charles Barkley. This is a player that's a bit too emotional and I just wanna be clear here in terms of of there's plenty of players the doll from macaroni air, but they've all been, if you're an emotional player, these unpire get after you is not just a man thing. And so I sometimes think we overlook incompetence and go straight to personal attack. Oh my God, that person wasn't incompetent..
Iberia flight makes emergency landing at Boston's Logan airport
"In other news a plane bound for Spain had to make an emergency landing last night at Logan airport. WBZ's Bernice Corpuz reports some of those passengers from New York are still stranded today in Boston two hundred sixty five passengers were hoping to be in Madrid by now. But instead most of them are bus batch of New York while others were either given hotel vouchers or slept at the airport. Passengers of the Iberia airlines flight tell WBZ TV they notice the problem about ninety minutes after leaving JFK international airport. Altitude. And then all of a sudden, I noticed one of the engines stopped running. Some passengers also reported a smoke and gas like odor in the cabin an airline spokespersons says there were no
Utah woman who helped abduct 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart to be released
"Batch a surprise move by the Utah board of pardons and parole involving the woman who helped to kidnap Elizabeth smart in two thousand and two. Wunderbar Boise helped him former street preacher kidnap, Elizabeth smart and hold smart captive for nine months now Utah's board of pardons has ruled he who is seventy two years old will get out of prison next week Utah. Authorities say they miscalculated previously spent in federal custody, and because of that previous time she's now due to be released smart is not happy with bars ease
"carlos ramos" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"You're listening to the Stephen, a Smith show podcast. It eight say ESPN. It's edited seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six. We'll get back to the phone calls. Thanks again, a great to the one and only Ryan clock for coming on a show on breaking down all the things that he broke down to us about Monday night football and what transpired last night, what transpired over the weekend, etc, etc. So I look forward to getting your calls here in what you have to say about anything that he's had to see in that regard. Another story that's percolating chair umpire and other officials in the world of tennis are shaken by what they perceive as a lack of official support for cheer on pyre Kalos Ramose given that his actions against arena Williams during Saturday's US open. Women's final were well within the rules. Quote, the unpire fraternity is thoroughly disturbed being abandoned by the WTA Richard Inge in I n g s that's how you spell that name. A retired elite gold badge umpire told ESPN dot com. On Tuesday, they are all fearful that they could be the. Next Ramose they feel that no one has their back when they have to make unpopular calls for those of you living under a rock Ramos, sided Williams, three times Saturday during her six, two, six, four laws against Naomi Osaka forgetting coaching signals for breaking Haracic which caused her appoint a Calling Ramos thief, which cost her game. The incident has sparked heated reactions from former and current players to celebrities to the officials themselves. The times of London reported Tuesday quote, there was a growing consensus that I'm Pires were not supported by the US on several occasions, and their Ramose was thrown to the wolves for simply doing his job and was not willing to be abused for it. If you don't, if you haven't heard him. Opposition is very simple. Carlos Ramos was a bit excessive. I think there's a level of reverence and deference that should be according to the great Serena Williams, all the she's done for tennis, all of compliments, etc. Etc. To the point where he could have issued a warnings before costing her game and confiscating confiscating a game and appoint. Having said all of that, I don't condone the actions of Serena Williams. She doesn't get to be completely absolved in all of this. She added temper tantrum, Naomi Osaka was giving her the business. Let's be clear about that. And I think she would have won anyway. But more importantly than that, Serena Williams argument about sexism, I didn't think was applicable grandma's call them whatever you want, help some people. I call them a prick. Here's the reality. He was that way towards amend to as joke of which ever ask Raphael and adul- ask Andy Murray. He has a history of being a hard, you know, what would men and women. So it's not that Serena was wrong for being disturbed by him. She was wrong in my opinion to make it a women's issue because it gave the impression that it's something that he wouldn't do to men when in fact. There are plenty of men that have had problems with him as well. That's all I'm saying about that. Other than that, you know, she Serena Williams. He's everything tennis to women's tennis. I think he should have been treated with far more respect than she was given. That's just me at eight, say ESPN inundate seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six back to the phones we go. Let's go. To Matthew, you lava Stephen, they talk to me. Big man, big fan. I got a question about the things..
Tennis officials shaken by lack of support for chair umpire Carlos Ramos
"Umpire and other officials in the world of tennis are shaken by what they perceive as a lack of official support for cheer on pyre Kalos Ramose given that his actions against arena Williams during Saturday's US open. Women's final were well within the rules. Quote, the unpire fraternity is thoroughly disturbed being abandoned by the WTA Richard Inge in I n g s that's how you spell that name. A retired elite gold badge umpire told ESPN dot com. On Tuesday, they are all fearful that they could be the. Next Ramose they feel that no one has their back when they have to make unpopular calls for those of you living under a rock Ramos, sided Williams, three times Saturday during her six, two, six, four laws against Naomi Osaka forgetting coaching signals for breaking Haracic which caused her appoint a Calling Ramos thief, which cost her game. The incident has sparked heated reactions from former and current players to celebrities to the officials themselves. The times of London reported Tuesday quote, there was a growing consensus that I'm Pires were not supported by the US on several occasions, and their Ramose was thrown to the wolves for simply doing his job and was not willing to be abused for
"carlos ramos" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Afternoon, we're expecting highs from the mid sixty s to the upper eighties. The winds will be westerly from ten to twenty miles per hour. This morning, then increasing to between twenty and thirty miles per hour this afternoon, the time is eight forty six. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. There's growing fallout of the US open women's final in which the empire. Find Serena Williams for three code violations Williams accused the umpire Carlos Ramos of treating her differently because she's a woman now tennis fans and others say racism is at play to Toby orbiting has been thinking about all this since the open last weekend. She's a writer based in London joins us now. Thanks so much for being here. Thank you for having me, you say, this is not just about sexism. There is a an element a threat of racism here that this is about how society response to or manipulates, black female anger. How south? Yeah. I think I'm love is a familiar with a ten and this combined discrimination, racism, and sexism, and at the heart of massaging wa and because he only affects black women is a caricature angry black woman that black women when they show emotions obviously angry, and it humanizes us any stops. I share information. So when Serena felt she was being treated unfairly. And she showed her anger was the reaction will be that. She was a cheetah. I think people tried to reduce as angry black woman. Oh, they were appalled at dot com. Ca show such emotion is such a public way. And I think that has been part of the backlash as we've seen when it's been discussed on Saturn platforms publications and even when people have drawn and that interpretation of how series of events that happened in US open unfolded, right? I mean, we think about John McEnroe who yes was censured from time to time for his anger. But he drew on it. It was part of his popularity. Yeah. Yeah. And we know that anytime we've seen it before even when Michelle Obama had emotions. You know, people who didn't politically agree with her or her husband's beliefs richest opinions to being an angry black woman to silence her and this is not just in school. This is just comments you the experience of black women across the wild. There. You mentioned the images some of the cartoons that have come out after this. There was one in Australian tabloid the herald sun. Yes. Gone viral to pick a depicts Serena Williams. Drawn with all these exaggerated features clearly a racist bent here. How did you respond to that? I think it was one of disgust by wasn't surprised. And I think it was discussed that it was a lot to get past editors. But not surprised because again, it's kind of a black woman who it is kind of like they didn't want a black replaced by think the thing that we have to also realize was how lamb soccer was also drawn and she's half Haitian half. Japanese Shuster joins us, a what go, and I think that's really important to remember that you had someone who was as he roic and good and within her place because she didn't show it. Well, she had no reason to be upset it apart from the ending of the match, and she had blonde hair, and it was straight mystery. No, she has blown tips in her hair. But that looks nothing like I she's completely whitewashed. Is this opening up something new in Tennyson in sports right now? Yeah. I think we need to have. I think we need to understand that. Black women and their talents, especially in sports are treated suspicion and Venus was also accused of cheating by 'em Carlos Ramos, and the bigger picture is we have to remember that Serena is constantly drug tested. Even though she'd never been found positive of drugs talent, speak treat with suspicion. I think we need to understand how different she's treat to have white counterpart. And what the roots are of that Toby orbiting a London-based writer. Thank you so much for your time this morning, we appreciate. Stay with us now for the California report. It'll be coming up shortly. First though, it's back to Peter Finch for another look at Tuesday morning traffic,.
"carlos ramos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of showers and thunderstorms for this Tuesday. Highs near seventy seven degrees. Some of those storms could be heavy at times locally again. The chance of rain tonight and more rain expected tomorrow right now, sixty three degrees with some fog and mist in New York City. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. There's growing fallout over the US open women's final in which the empire. Find Serena Williams for three code violations Williams accused the empire Carlos Ramos of treating her differently because she's a woman now tennis fans and others say racism is at play to Toby orbiting has been thinking about all this since the open last weekend. She's a writer based in London and joins us now. Thanks so much for being here. Thank you for having me, you say, this is not just about sexism. There's a an element a threat of racism here that this is about how society responds to or manipulates, black female anger. How sal? Yeah. I think I'm lovers. I'm a familiar with the ten suddenly Noah, and this combined discrimination of racism, and sexism and misogyny wa because he only affects black women is a caricature of the angry black woman that black women when they show emissions obviously angry and humanizes us stops sharing information. So when Serena felt she being treated unfairly, and she showed her anger towards the reaction will be out the insinuation that. She was a cheetah I think people tried to reduce as angry black woman. Oh, they were appalled that could show such emotion such a public way. And I think has been of the backlash as we've seen when it's been discussed on certain tat phone publications, and even when people have drawn and that interpretation of how the series of events that happened in US open unfolded, right? I mean, we think about John McEnroe who. Yes, was censured from time to time for his anger. But he drew on it. It was part of his popularity. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And we know that anytime we've seen it before even when Michelle Obama had emissions. You know, people who didn't politically agree with how all her husband's beliefs richest opinions to being an angry black woman to silence, and this is not just in school. This is just comments. You the experience of black women across the world there. You mentioned the images some of the cartoons that have come out after this. There was one Australian tabloid the herald sun. Yes. Gone. Viral depicts Serena Williams. Drawn with all these exaggerated features clearly racist bent here. How did you respond to that? I think there was two my shins. It was one of the best buy wasn't surprised. And I think it was discussed that it was a lot to get past editors. And but not surprised because again is kind of at black woman who is kind of like, they didn't want black no place. But I think the thing that we have to also realize was how Lamia Asaka was also drawn and she's half Haitian half Japanese dramas, a white go. And I think that's really important to remember that you had someone who was seen as he wrote and good and within had place because she didn't show. She had no reason to be upset it apart from the ending of the match, and she had blonde hair, and it was straight. And yes, we know she has blond tips in her head. But that looks nothing like she's completely whitewashed. Is this opening up something new in Tennyson in sports right now? Yeah. I think we need to have come. I think we need to understand that. Black women and their talent. Especially in sports are treated with suspicion and Venus was also accused of cheating by 'em Carlos Ramos, and the bigger picture is we have to remember that Serena is constantly drug tested. Even though she's never been found positive of drugs had talented, speak treat or suspicion. I think we need to understand how different issues tree. It's a how white counterpart the roots are of that Toby orbiting a London-based writer. Thank you so much for your time this morning, we appreciate it. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC. You're listening to morning edition. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Stay tuned coming up in Venezuela. The government censors the news media, so many people rely on platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Social media's been a lifeline for common. Venezuelan citizens who don't have access to newspapers or radio or television. But using social media can also put people in real danger in Venezuela. We'll have that story coming up in just about fifteen minutes..
"carlos ramos" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Helping run more efficiently is Freightliner's number one goal. Now as I mentioned the last hour. Our biggest responses we got was about Serena Williams and her outbursts at the US open. So we had a big discussion about why there's penalty forgetting coaching during the tournament. And I play tennis. I need more coaching. I think my coach in the past when I was a kid gave up on me somewhere along the line. But most of the people called agree that it's the rule at least for now. Some people are against the Purdue not seems you're not get coaching by your coaches during the these tournaments, but they also greed that her outburst was uncalled for, sir. Here's the latest as reported by the telegraph, and I want to get your reaction at one eight six six ninety redeye. Serena Williams received seventeen thousand dollar fine for her conduct and Saturday's US open final which ended in disgraceful scenes as Boosrang. Out during the post match presentation ceremony this you're forcing the victorious Naomi or soccer by she's left out almost then all these discussions either very little about her to hide her tears. She was literally crying. She was hiding her tears were cap. Imagine the winner had to hide her tears with her cap after she defeated her idol seems certain Williams was Rydell as if defeating her with some kind of sacrilege and maybe four elitist tennis. It is a sacrilege Williams emotional meltdown in which she called chair umpire Carlos Ramos. She called them both a liar and a thief. Vets that okay, Brian let you wanna play it. Now..
"carlos ramos" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"And for all kinds of stuff in for me to say thief in firm to take a game, it made me feel like it was a sexist remark. I mean, like how he's never took a game from a man because they said fees. For me, it blows my mind. I just feel like the fact that I have to go through this is just an example for the next person that has emotions and want to express themselves and they wanna be a strong woman and they're going to be allowed to do that because today maybe didn't work out for me, but it's going to work out for the next person. Lot allot unpack here, Marcellus shale. I think there's enough blame to go around for everybody. I think that you know, always say about officials, particularly in the biggest games, let the people on the court decided don't no one's there to see the chair umpire or the referee and basketball. And so I agree with the people that say, Carlos Ramos, overreacted in did too much. Also agree with the people though this say, there's a way to handle adversity and Serena didn't handle it well and created a international incident. And it's something that overshadowed this young woman from Japan at twenty years old, winning her first major that Serena's handling of the unpire overshadowed a great moment in a great victory. Serena was getting beat. She got beaten. The first set got her, but we're pretty good. And I think that. The frustration just blew up into an incident, and I see blame on both sides of, but I'll stop there and continue yet turns of layers to this story right here as you said the blame. Hi, everybody getting a piece in that respect. The moment of altercation with an official is not necessarily the time to have the trial. You know, in that moment, we apply that to other fastest of life as well. But the thing that I do support which Serena and what she was saying is she was trying to make a distinction between being graded on standard or being graded on a curve because if she's looking at it like there's a double standard here because if we're just saying, hey, no one talks to the fficials that's man and woman. If we're saying, hey, you can't talk to the fficials and you can have energy passion. You can go there on official. Then if that's the standard would did I do wrong, but. If you're grading on a curve, which is like, oh, men get away with certain things. And we saw it example it in the clothing change were points assessed as penalty to a woman who making a clothing change, but to a man, he's not assessed the same penalty. So I understand where she's coming from the hypocrisy have boiled over to her to the point where she wanted to take issue. I get it, but I also think it's a know your personnel. You're a student of the game. Carlos Ramos's reputation is well document. I'm not a tennis expert. I'm someone that watches Serena Williams matches and ignores the rest of tennis. And I think a lot of people discussing this are just like me. We watch tennis when Serena's playing, yeah, and we ignore the rest of tennis. And so I think a lot of our opinions are ill informed and so and then when I see people are they actually doing the homework and the research. This referee this on Pires reputation. Well, established with men. Raphael and Adele quoted a couple years ago, feeling like this ref of this umpire headed in for him and his picked on him quoted New York Times everywhere. Talking about this particular umpire, this particular zone pyre is he's got a quick whistle, or you know, he will penalize you more quickly than any place else. And so we're where I blame Serena's like, well, you got the first warning and that was the inappropriate warning for the coaching wherever you know, everybody, the coaching warning he made was doing too much, but it's like when a referee gives you a bad technical in an NBA game, and you know what now I gotta be real extra careful because if I get a second one, I'm tossed out of the game. So once she got the bad technical, yellowcard foul, whatever you can't break your racket because you can't slam your wrecking and break your record because the ref now based on. The rules has no choice, but to assess a second penalty and that a second penalty is the loss of point all..
"carlos ramos" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Your your desire to show a moral face to your child, right? I'm not a cheater and I would never want my daughter to see this or hear about this and think maybe mommy cheated. And as soon as you have children, you cross the threshold and wanting to start being a better person and create a better world for them in that moment, jumped out at me and she's loud Alexis to be so much a part of her public presentation in the year since she was born, she's in the commercials, she's all over Instagram. So she's super proud of being a mother. And so you Carlos are calling her a cheater, right, and her integrity in her character are on the line ear, and let's be clear. Serena Williams has been at the top of the game for like a decade in a half. She understands the game better than most of the coaches. Certainly all of the other players because she's thirty seven coming off of a. Very difficult childbirth along long year and she's still about to win the US open to all the people who tweeted at me saying, well, this is about Serena getting mad because she knew she was going to lose that shows no understanding of Serena or tennis at all because she got beat up in the first set. But in the second says, she was doing what she always does wipe away. The first set come hard in the second set they were on equal footing. There's no reason why she couldn't have taken that second set. If Carlos is around the game, the umpires so much. He should know she less than anybody's taking coaching. I've been playing tennis for forty years. I don't know what this means right, and at other levels of the game outside the grand slams and we're talking about lowering the players to be coached. So why we're taking this ticky tack mood. I mean, like at that rate, anytime the coach goes, come on, that's coaching. What are we talking about? It's also pretty clear from some of the writings where folks have complained about the fact that this rule is not enforced very often. Right? So there are hardliners who think this. Rule is important, and there are those who think it's got to go, but either way there people were complaining about it not being enforced, and even all the examples that people pulling up about Carlos Ramos being such a stickler for the rules do not seem to have this particular problem except maybe he will give a warning once or twice a twenty seconds. We also see this with the NFL and politicians wanted to put those players sort of back in some kind of box like you didn't. You don't get to act this. Well, you know, the unpire has never been in the situation that Serena, and they only are in an incredibly emotional situation. The whole world is watching. You need to have more selflessness and more humility to not insert yourself into the game. I'm insulted because she called me a thief. She didn't curse it you. She didn't impede your ability to do this job and continue going on. You need to let her have that moment and continue on. Well, it's important and I couldn't think to better people to talk us through it and having gone through the seriousness. I do want to end on a lighter note to Ray always says to me, you know, love means nothing to a tennis player. Joke, come in twenty minutes ago. I know you like my bad jokes..
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
"carlos ramos" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Fill one eight hundred six hundred seventy four forty five Dan mandis in for philvalentine. Hope you are doing. Well. And I always appreciate having you along on the field Valentine show, by the way, Johnny b also he is out this week. So sitting here just kind of decompressing after a weekend of hearing, former President Obama, and he's saying all kinds of things basically he is trolling President Trump. And this is what we're going to be hearing for I would say the next couple of years, certainly during the midterms, and then it'll be all hands on deck for the Democrats and former President Obama heading into the presidential election of two thousand twenty and you know, I think that when we talk about the Democrats I've been talking about how tone deaf they are. But I love absolutely love white President Trump had to say because you know, what happens. We know the news cycle, and we know exactly how the media acts. And so you've got former President Obama he's running around. And he's he's criticizing President Trump at every turn and one of the things that you have to realize, and that's kind of joking around. Before we went into the previous commercial break. We're talking about how just to retrace very briefly about how former President Obama talking about how we all just need to work together. You know, there's not a thing that we can't accomplish. If we all work together. And anybody who pays attention? Even even a modicum of attention would know that for the Democrats. They have absolutely no intention of working with the Republicans and the Trump administration. We know that now Dorian is in Missouri. And she's on the Phil Valentine show. Hi dorian. How are you? I'm good, thanks for taking my call. Yeah. You're spot on. I mean, all I hurled he's talking about working together and traditions of our country. What would he know about either one of the I don't recall ever reaching out to any body in eight years? You did what you were told. If you did there to disagree. You were a racist or a Neanderthal or whatever I mean, even get off lecturing anybody about those. Yeah. But but but but but Dorian let me ask you a question. So do you think that president former President Obama, do you think he is more of a unifying figure for the Democrats are for the the Republicans because I think if there's one thing that all Republicans can agree on regardless of what shade of red. You are is that former President Obama is most certainly a lightning rod. Correct. Correct. Frankly, I think karma casco's gonna be the same thing in Missouri. It'll be the unifying force for the Republicans here in Missouri. There you go enduring I appreciate the call. Thank you very much. Yeah. We're we're talking about. I was talking about all the things that Obama his done over the years and Democrats have done over the years, especially the last couple of years calling for the president to be impeached calling for those working the Trump administration to be harassed. We all know, the the town hall meetings that the Republicans were trying to hold and they kept getting interrupted by screaming liberal screaming. Democrats who would come in and simply not allow the town hall meetings to take place we all know 'cause we've been talking about this ad nauseam Obama unleashing the intelligence communities on Trump changing the policy in the last couple of weeks of his Obama's administration changing policy on information sharing. So all of the Intel all of the anti Trump Intel on his campaign could be leaked to the media. We know about all this. We know about the media. And Democrats colluding with each other to take down and hijack this president and his presidency and his administration his agenda. We know all about this. So it's it's really insulting and infuriating for Obama to come out and say that we need to work together. So of course, the media then comes running after President Trump to find out what his reaction was to Obama's speech. And here's what he had to say. I fell asleep. I've found is very good. Very good for sleeping. I think he's trying to take credit. He was trying to take credit for this incredible thing that's happening to our country. If the Democrats get an I have to say this to President Obama, and it wasn't him. But would have been the same thing if the Democrats got in with their agenda in November of almost two years ago on instead of having four point two up. I believe honestly, you'd have four point two down you'd be negative. You'd be a negative numbers. Also, here's the deal. And I'll and I'll be honest. We don't know if Hillary guide into office. We don't exactly specifically know what she would have done. And what what congress you would have inherited. And we we don't know any of that. But what we do know is that the Trump economy right now is working. So there is no reason I I would say to debate that I think the only thing that people are trying to debate right now is who. Gets credit for the unemployment numbers in who gets credit for this recovery because the recovery slowest recovery that we've had but a did start under the Obama administration. However, when Trump took over because of the confidence that a lot of folks had in the economy, and in President Trump, then it seems to me like the the economy really began to get better and job started coming, and I wanted to go through I don't want to have to sit here and go through all this. But you gotta realize that the things that President Trump has done is helping the economy, whether it's it's corporate tax reform tax reform, generally speaking, the more money that people are getting the bonuses that people got more and more people are working, we all just know that. And so it's it's rather ridiculous. At least at least for me to keep going over the same points over and over again because we all know what Obama is trying to do. Serena. Well. Williams. So this is for whatever reason something that the internet is really focused on. So you know that she is an incredible tennis player. She is a lot of people say she is one of the best athletes in the world. I'm not going to dispute that I'll be honest with you. I don't know a lot about tennis. But what I do know is is a lot about sadly because I'm seeing it all the time is bad behavior. Now, maybe you heard about what happened over the weekend at the US open. She has an absolute meltdown, and she's blaming it on sexism. So let me set the scene for you the empire. His name is Carlos Ramos. And and they're on the courts of the US open. And this is the biggest tennis match there is out there. And and Serena Williams, who by the way, is she has had a lot of run ins over the years with Pires. And so this is just the latest. And so apparently there is a rule in tennis that. You're not supposed to get any kind of coaching from your coach who is on the sidelines or the empire Ramose apparently saw the coach of Serena Williams, give her some some hand signals and so the empire. And by the way, it's important to note that the coach more tog Lou he actually toll. He actually admits. Yes, I was giving Serena some hand gestures or some hand signals. She didn't see them, but he admits to breaking the rule and so the empire Carlos Ramos called it and penalized at Serena Williams, and she absolutely.
"carlos ramos" Discussed on WTVN
"Get all of that update here in just a minute. So Serena sure you saw over the weekend is blaming sexism on her loss in the women's singles champion. Championship brother at the US open. And this was on Saturday. I find it hard to believe that a woman of her stature someone who has played this game as long as she has. I cannot believe she's blaming it on sexism. This is just ridiculous. Did you see your smasher racket? Did you see her throwing a tantrum? Did you see your demanding apology from the referee? Carlos ramos. You know, the saddest part of this is Naomi Osaka. She's the winner. She was a twenty seat she topped. Serena Williams in straight sets in the final at Arthur Ashe stadium there, and there were all kinds of altercations with Carlos Ramos, the empire the violations, by the way, totaled seventeen grand. And you think wow, she's got pay seventeen thousand. Well. It's coming out of this. The first loser prize, which would be second place, which would be the runner up, which is one point eight million dollars. She's getting for losing. So the seventeen grants coming out of there. So boo Hoo. Here is Naomi Osaka. She's emotional talking about explaining what it's like to play one of her idols, by the way, Serena's one of her idols after she defeated. Serena Williams to win the US open, and it's Naomi cut one. Josh, I know that this like she really wants to have the twenty four th grandson, right? Everyone knows this. It's on the commercials. It's everywhere. And. Like. When I step onto the court. I feel like a different person. Right. I'm not a fan. I'm just a tennis player playing tennis player. But then when I heard care. Anyways,.
"carlos ramos" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Day forecast. Now from KPI x five meteorologist Mary lappy Monday to you a mild Monday in store for us. We'll see highs anywhere from one to four degrees cooler than normal but much much. Cooler by the middle part of the week so inland today. Upper eighty s some of our warmer spots for the bay a sixty s to low seventies. And along the coast in the low sixties for Tuesday a little bit cooler, mid eighties inland, upper sixty s for the bay low sixties along the coast, but by Wednesday and for Thursday, highs will be running in the mid seventies. So the coolest at of our extended forecast and the coolest weather that we have seen in quite some time here mid sixty s for the bay about sixty for the coast and then slowly warming up by the end of the work week and into the weekend. I'm meteorologist Mary Lee with your KPI x five in KCBS forecast in Santa Rosa. It's eighty seven degrees right now. Concord, Livermore, both eighty four seventy four and Hayward. Redwood City and San Francisco Oakland is seventy one. It's seventy six degrees in Mountainview, seventy nine in San Jose, traffic and weather together on the eighth on all these one of six nine and AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time one Twenty-one the women's competition at the US. Open came to a dramatic and controversial close over the weekend after a conflict between Serena Williams and the chair umpire Carlos Ramos led to a point penalty a game penalty and a fat fine against Williams. Williams of many tennis veterans say the penalties are sign of sexism and tennis arguing that male players are rarely penalized that harshly or even when they're misbehavior tops hers for more. We're joined live on the KCBS ring central Newsline by Washington Post sports, reporter, Cindy Boren. Thanks a lot for talking to us today. Do you think the empire made the right call and do we see similar calls made against mayo players from the same kind of behavior. Pretty much both parties. Serena Williams NBA empire. Carlos Ramos overreacted. Serena probably should've kept her wits about her. And not said anything after he he hit her with the point penalty. You know? Instead, she. Had a verbal outburst. Nothing profane to call them to cease and. I think he overreacted, you know, I mean, this is an important an important match, very important. That's one of the foremost important of the year. And you know, you're gonna call that they're at that point. I think I think he really should have just let it let it go. And yeah, I do think there is a double standard here. There are plenty of animals some of them legendary of players cursing at Charing empires, and the empire's just sort of don't pay any attention to it. And don't do anything about it. Because it's an because it's not the first round of the tournament. It's a big moment. No one wants to see an official umpire become the story. And then that's what this guy did. Yeah. I mean because it is an empire sort of like a cop. I mean, you you might overreact. And be a jerk on the street, but a cop is trained to keep the peace to not to not drop to your level at that moment. Yeah. You don't want to be the story. And you know, the I mean, there are plenty of Roger Federer has has cursed out. Sharon Pires, there's never been docked. And it just happens a lot Jimmy Connors has done it as well. He does. Now, most players are are cooler than that. You know, they don't let the kids their emotions in check. But you know, I mean, this is a guy who was essentially accusing Serena cheating, and there's a little bit of history here. They had been in the chair at the French Open when he made the same call about Venus Williams three the sister. And you know, if you're aware of this, and you're aware of the guy's history of being stickler for the rules to the point of being, you know, really really nasty about it and kind of excessive you're going to erupt, and you know, Serena was at that moment being beaten, she was losing to Naomi of soccer, and she probably would have lost her anyway. But you know, instead now that's what everybody's talking about. Instead of this up and coming young tennis player who's terrific with a remarkable window, the Women's Tennis Association acknowledged yesterday that men and women are treated differently when they have an emotional reaction. What should the organization do to correct? This. Well, I think the first thing they need to do is look at this umpires records and determine whether you know, they really need to invite him back to any of these tournaments. I think they also probably should look at the the rules and in tennis coaching is allowed for the women in many events, but not in the grand slam events of which the US open is one men are not allowed to do wishes coaching. It's coaching is such a a, no, no, then why are coaches even allowed to sit that close to the court. Why don't they put them up in the up in the boxes up in the sky or someplace, you know, somewhere where the players can't shoot him rather than having them in their boxes? I think they need to look at that. And I think they also need to look at at exactly what I think it's a judgment call. I don't know that takes legislate. You know, this is what you have to do if someone is yelling at you. But you know, maybe they can. Have some guidelines? He'll profanity or whatever. Yeah. Instead, the international tennis foundation said that Ramos acted at all times with professionalism and integrity. That's a quote, thanks for talking to Cindy in Washington Post sports reporter. Every Mitchell joins us.
Carlos Ramos, Umpire Known for Rigidity, Lands in US Open Firestorm
"Serena Williams meltdown at the US open has raised debate about how women and men are treated when things get heated in big-time tennis. Williams's first rules violation pain went on pyre Carlos Rama's saw her coach trying to signal her from the stand. Breaking racket cost her appoint accusing Rama's of stealing the point cost or a game, which cost you the final Williams calling it sexism I've seen other men. Call other umpires several things former tennis star James Blake agrees. I've definitely done worse. I've seen others do much worse Unagi penalized. I think there just needs to be consistency. Ramos has a reputation as a tough but fair match official. Several pros saying the problem is inconsistency among umpires.
"carlos ramos" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Look, look, if there's one thing we all agree on it's the you don't ever want the referee or the umpire to affect the outcome of the game. Correct. And we've all been there. We've all seem our team get ripped because of a bad. Call a bad a bad decision by an empire. Aref this event that happened at the US open over the weekend with the Serena Williams match was one of the craziest things I've ever seen in the history of professional sports, and it's really become a litmus test for how people look at it. A lot of people think Serena Williams was mostly responsible for what happened because of her behavior. Others say that it's the grossest example of sports sexism that they've ever seen on television before. So for folks who don't know what was happening. This was the US open women's final. Serena Williams trying to win her twenty four th grand slam and she is playing an excellent young player who's twenty years old named Naomi OSA who by the way, the first ever Japanese, and I never. American to to win a grand slam as she eventually ended up winning. But there was a lot of controversy, and let's go through a little bit. With the Bruce report from CBS halos soccer is a powerhouse from the baseline that blew through six US open matches to meet up with tennis legend, an idol. Serena Williams in the final match. Serena was battling back in the second set. When a hand gesture was interpreted by chair umpire Carlos Ramos as coaching okay now, that's important place to start coaching is illegal in tennis. Right. As was discussed a great deal after the match yesterday. Every coach in every match coaches from the stance. Right. It never gets called. Now. He's part of his hand motion was a thumbs up. And that is what she said. She saw that's what she said. She saw she said. And this was this was what this is what started the snowball that got Serena so upset and understandably because she felt that she was being accused of cheating. She's like look he gave me a thumbs up. Yup. I am not a cheater. That's not what's going on here. By the way, the coach the interview with the coach after the match said I was one hundred percent coaching. Admitted that he was coaching. But he also pointed out that everybody coaches all the time. Always why was this called? Call call. Ever ever? And especially not in the finals of a US open. Exactly as we always talk about whether it's Super Bowl or Stanley Cup final. Or whatever it when it gets to that point. You let the players play you try to interfere as little as possible. All right. So she got a warning for that. And she was really ticked off. And you know for somebody who is arguably the greatest athlete of all time. It was surprising to see how rattled she was by that by that warning because she would not let go in every opportunity. She had she kept going back over to Carlos Ramos. And she kept yelling at him. And say you owe me an apology. You won't mean apology. Were you a little bit surprised by that you guys that she didn't just let it go? I was because obviously it's a very tense time. Anyway, you're in the final of the US open. But then I started thinking about everything that she is up against all the time as a tennis player. This is this is decades worth of disrespect that comes. Away, and it had to be just building and building and building and knowing that it's never called and knowing the things that are about to come up in this story, right? Never called. Yes. I would have snapped decades ago. She has had problems at the US open in the past with line judge judges and whatnot. I mean, she has had some legitimate complaints even going into this. So in her mind, she's like what the F again with this. What do I have to do? All right. So we've got the coaching warning. Now. Then set off a string of violations at cost her a point. And then a game. Okay. So she's so mad that at one point she smashes her tennis racket on the court, which is now they take a now they take a point away from her. They give the the next the next round starts with fifteen for her opponent because of that. And that's automatic for every player men and women. Right. I think so. Yeah, I think that is. Yeah. That's considered bad foreign, right? Okay. But because she keeps screaming and eventually ends up calling the empire a fief. That's when they take a game away from her. Now, you're already fighting for your life. She's already behind in this US women's open final. Okay. Now, they take a game away, which seems incredibly extreme. This is where I say it's all on the empire who should have been above that. And should have let that fly. And as she points out. I think we'll hear this in the story. There's a you could put together a ten hour real of men SCR. Streaming much worse things than that. I'd watch that screaming at Carla's run. I think it's Carlos Ramos. Right. That's right. Yes. Screaming at him. Yes. Video after video after video, and he sits there and takes it because it's not a woman yelling at him at. I got to have a woman yell at you. You have no peanuts. You have lost. All your thoughts. I know that there are some people who say, hey, we interject race and sexism into stories too much when it's not applicable. I think based on the evidence of Carlos Ramos in the past in the abuse that he's taken from other players. I don't think there's any other way to look at it as this was either racism or sexism because he was very quick to say to you. You lose a game. I'd like to say that there is a third option, which is that she rubs him the wrong way. And he's annoyed by her from the beginning doesn't have to be sexism racism Ecuador. Also be thing. Then maybe he shouldn't be calling her Matt agreed. Agreed. If he's got a preexisting bias. All right. Let's hear some more. So. Okay..
"carlos ramos" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Know you certainly didn't intend to insert yourself in a way. The district was the most of the finals of Rafah coaching every single point. And he never gave a warning. So I don't really get it. Okay. So let's let's be honest about this Patrick Morongo admitted. Yes, he was coaching which is against the rules. You're not allowed to coach in match at the open there at certain there's certain tournaments started to allow some of that. But in this situation, you absolutely cannot coat and his excuse was everybody's doing it. It's kind of like everybody drive in eighty and who gets caught. Yeah. You don't get caught you got away with it. You get caught. Then he got caught. Correct. So he got caught and Serena got the violation for which basically this started it because she went to that Tehran. Piran? She said you I don't cheat accusing me of cheating. I'd rather lose than cheat to which Patrick McEnroe when he was talking about this whole thing. I heard him and say this is where it started. He said the umpire critics started right there by diffusing the situation and saying this Williams, I'm not accusing you of cheating. We are. Your violation is your coach was coaching. You. I never said you were cheating. Patrick said he could have started diffuse the situation, then he didn't do that. She was obviously upset then she breaks her racket that's the second violation. And that's going to cost you a point. And then she keeps going at it with with fires as she's sitting there. Eventually calling him a thief, and then costing her the third violation and the game. So the two sides of this, by the way, she got fine seventeen thousand dollars for the three separate incidents four thousand for the coaching violation three thousand for smashing Iraq. And by the way, she's responsible for her coach. Yes, she's responsible for coach. Even though the coach said everybody's doing it four grand for that three grand for smashing the racket ten thousand for verbal abuse towards the empire. So my thought on this is Serena kept this going and couldn't put it away. Because I also heard Patrick McEnroe said guys who have gotten to this situation because we were talking about women and men got mad about it. He talked about Nidal at one time getting. Heated, but then he was able to put it away. And then just go play tennis. He said Serena made the mistake of not putting it away and keep going and going and going and Patrick racket. So McEnroe said that's on her. She should have found a way to end it and go back to playing tennis. And then Patrick also said that that Charon prior was wrong absolutely wrong for taking because he knew the next violation was going to be a game violation wreck. He absolutely knew it. So it should have taken short of an earthquake to make them make him give that penalty to cost a game. According to Patrick McEnroe. And I think a lot of people and that was the word thief when we have seen. So I mean, the Twitter was littered littered with men calling names out of of linesmen and umpires and not getting anything for it. And Serena call this guy, a thief, and it was the buildup of the tirade that cost her the game. I think we need to be really clear about three things here in the situation. Serena. By what she did allow the situation. Absolutely, right. The second point which I think is the most critical. Carlos Ramos, the unpire by the letter of the law. Did what did what you can do? Which is the first one was a warning the second one is a point and the third one is a game. Right. But just because he could have doesn't mean he should have. And that to me is the biggest takeaway and all of this. I agree with you, Mike unless Serena walks up to and says, I'm gonna bash your brains in with my tennis racket to take away a game a game from someone in the final of a major on the tennis tour in the after having lost the first set in the second set, I think that is a greedy. And I think Carlos Ramos has to do a much better job of controlling himself in that situation. Much in the same way that Serena may be had to do a better job of controlling her emotions. And I think that's where the point yet sticky. Because we I I don't think we've ever seen this situation happen with a with a male player where they've take in this situation, right context matters in all of this thing, context matters in all the thing. Remember earlier this year has open we had a chair or come down and coach Nick curios trying get who's very temperamental for lack of a better term to say, hey, you need to be trying here, which is way over the line. So my issue is just because he could have doesn't mean he should have. Yes. By the letter of the law, you could do this one two three. But to me, her indiscretion, her aggression was not nearly enough in my opinion to allow him to take away a game. I remember this all started with coaching from the stands, and I'm just mentioned the the the head guy the WJ St. Simon he thinks coaching should be allowed. Yes. Coaching should be allowed and that would have separate discussion separately, but it would certainly stopped this situation and other point and the most important point is now me a soccer. Yes. I mean, what happened at that? At the ceremony. That's just such a shame for such a young lady who got her first grand slam title, and basically apologized for beating Serena because she knew everybody was rooting for her. And it was very nice in that moment of Serena to tell the crowd to stop bullying and kinda put her arm around Naomi. I don't know what she said to her. But it was just a shame for that young lady's brightest moment of her career, hopefully, there'd be many more. But it was the biggest brightest at this point was basically ruined by that and the bottom line this. They only Osaka was by far the better player. She was without question champion that is not debatable. I listen. Serena is the ultimate champion. I get all that. But I still think had that game not taken away. I think we're still looking at Naomi Osaka as the women's. US open champion, and I thought the way Serena handled that at the post-match ceremony was very classy and Naomi had this great reaction afterwards. You don't understand it? Serena Williams, I mean like I've always wanted to play. Serena Williams, very difficult. I mean, once I got the competitor on me, I wanted to beat her, but you know, being up there in dealing with that I thought she handled herself very very very well. And the end of the day, that's the most important thing. She was clearly the better players on Saturday nights. So by the way, what I didn't know I didn't know the check that came along with. It's a big three point eight million. She got for winning that it's a big one who smoke other. There's a lot of controversy of whether or not the the the champions money should be that far waited and ten tennis. And it should be more distributed down the line. But she don't care right now. She's captain those checks, and I thought the way she handled. It was really really well done are coming up the biggest free as of the NFL off season proved his worth plus a flash of brilliance in New York wasn't enough. We'll get to all of that. Mike. After this. All right, guys. Let's talk about this. Do you want your hairline to recede or do you want to do something about it?.
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"FDIC terms, conditions, and expression. Alexa, play Bosnia around. Wait. I didn't mean anything by that policy accepted. So what station did you want to hear again playing NewsRadio eight forty A S on iheartradio. Long as you live three and Williams, very vehement. Dr Ewing with the chair umpire Carlos Ramos, causing her a point in the match. And she loses the US women's tennis tournament jobs. Brian Clark was there covering it. All on ABC, News Radio joins us this morning, Brian. What are you witness? What did we would is this weekend? I'll tell you when it's a couple of things we saw you eat just hurt. Serena. Unfortunately, kind of losing her composure. She was very upset. We also witness and don't let it overshadow. Those already has the birth of a new story. Soccer match at three point eight million dollars, the US open champion. But this story is usually it's about three. Well, it's interesting because miss Williams also had this to say that this happens all the time with other men. Call other umpires several things and I'm here fighting for women's rights and for women's equality. There are many women who take Ramos to task over this. Is this true? I mean, you you covered tennis all the time. I mean, do you see men getting away with things at three and a Williams said or maybe even worse? Why wouldn't necessarily say they get away with it? She's right in that. Yeah. People have called chair. Fires a lot. What's the hope? Serena though, when she got the third got three code violations, then each one absolutely the penalty and the third one was for calling for almost the chair umpire because he's just taken a point from for a second violation. Say okay, that's something terrible. You just said I'm going to take a whole game away from you. That was her third code violation. And that's how the penalty schedule ramps up the third one is a point penalty. So. The fact that it was essentially. Selena y the penalty was harsh. I will put you on the spot. I mean, it depends. There's a lot of people that say it is sexist the way the women are treated, and there are others. Say would look like you pointed out there were three violations here. The Women's Tennis Association, though, agrees with her that she's not alone here saying that the penalties were sexist. What they wanna see they're talking about it and even application of the rules where started was the first violation. Carlos Rama saw hand signal from Serena's coach Patrick for Liu. And he ruled that was coaching coaching is not allowed. And. Sometimes it's a lot of time. See channel player out of a courtesy like Ross, courtesy warning. And there's no thank Carlos Ramos. Give. Courtesy warning reputation of somebody who goes by the book. So yes. Yes. As you want to see the rules apply differently. You want them applied even to everybody? Worth it fischel thing that than a gender thing. Okay. Let the force these rules that are on the books. That's an accident. It's a really interesting point from the standpoint, you know, umpires their baseball players at all. This up. You know, always goes with the ball dropping out of the strike zone in their opinion or something like that you always had to prepare for who you're on pire slash referee is going to be exactly. Taken aback by by the first violation worshipping you. Essentially, you're choosing the cheating. I never cheat. And she's right in that. She's never been a player who's been. Have a reputation as okay there. There's coaches only ever had that reputation. If you saw the video playback it is pretty late. What her coaches telling her that situation where it's a guy who is going to force pretty strictly. All right. Appreciate your time. Excellent report as always. We'll talk more about this. I'm sure you're out to the course of the day. Tim white from eight o'clock Takata's morning news sports with Paul Rodgers on the way next time for traffic. Newsradio eight forty W H E S wherever windows, traffic.
Naomi Osaka upsets Serena Williams in U.S. Open
"To twenty 20-seat Naomi Osaka. Became the first Japanese player to win a grand slam after she upset. Serena Williams, six two six four to claim the two thousand eighteen US open women's title. The match was interrupted by issues between Williams and umpire Carlos Ramos who handed Serena several violations including a game penalty that put Osaka. Five three in the second-set after Williams and romo's had a verbal dispute I'm here fighting for women's rights and for women's equality and for all kinds of stuff in for me to say thief in front of take a game. It made me feel like it was a sexist remark. The victory for the twenty year old Osaka denied Williams, her seventh US open victory at twenty four th career major which would have tied the all time record for women's singles
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"Speaking out for a second day. I'm Roger stern Fox News after two years of being low profile. Former President Obama followed up yesterday speech criticizing President Trump with a campaign appearance in California today, he stumping for democratic congressional candidates telling people the nation suffers when people don't vote it's not one individual. It's not. One big super Pac billionaires. It's apathy, it's indifference. Meanwhile, White House national trade council director Peter Navarro's pushing back against former President Obama for comparing his economic numbers with today's strong figures what Obama's trying to do is claim credit for the president's success though. Economists say the current economic expansion began during the Obama administration a dramatic ending to the US Open's women's finals with top seeded. Serena Williams, not only being upset but also getting a one game penalty from the empire. Williams was assessed. A second set code violation for illegal coaching. Serena told on player Carlos Rommel's. It was just a thumbs up signal after a second violation for breaking a racket. Serena lost one point. She also demanded an apology for being labeled a cheater following third violation for verbal abuse. Williams lashed out. Courtesy ESPN Williams. Lost the match to Japan's Naomi Osaka. Tally Fox News. This is the first grand slam title has for the Williams controversy her coach later admitted to ESPN that he was indeed trying to signal her. He says.
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"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Sam Litzinger. He campaigned for Hillary Clinton, which didn't work out. So well, but now Barack Obama thinks he can help other democratic candidates in the November elections news. Correspondent Mola langey campaigning for California Democrats in close midterm races. Former President Barack Obama laid out the stakes in the upcoming elections. If we don't step up things can get worse. We have a chance to restore some sanity in our politics is the president mocked Obama's reemergence in an interview on Friday. My voice sort of does stuff watching him. He's trying to make a comeback because Democrats are really in shambles. Mr. Trump predicts a Republican election wave is full. Forecasters are pretty sure tropical storm Florence will soon become a hurricane again. But exactly where the big storm's going to end up is still a mystery. Jim Krasula with the National Hurricane Center, predicting direct impacts from Florence how the US east. Coast mid to late next week. A state of emergency has been declared at both north and South Carolina. Among other things highway roles have been suspended to allow trucks to ship supplies and farmers to speed up the harvesting of crops tough. Carolina's governors are already declared a state of emergency. That Senator will move between Bermuda and the Bahamas on Tuesday and Wednesday and then approached the southeastern US coast on Thursday. A climate protests that rolled across the world's timezones is now peaked in San Francisco where thousands marched in an effort to pressure political leaders to step up action on global warming California's committed to ambitious goals for slashing carbon dioxide emissions. Over the next three decades. San Francisco host the global climate action summit next week tennis star. Serena Williams was not happy during a USO final match with Japan's now male soccer. She was find a game for yelling at the unpire and smashing a racket during a dispute over a code violation. Williams, ended up losing the match Asaka tells ESPN she wishes things could have been different. Everyone was changed. Sorry, this Williams. Clashed with chair umpire Carlos Ramos demanding an apology after he initially warned her for receiving coaching, which is not allowed during grand slam matches President Trump concedes that some apple Inc products may become more expensive if his administration and of mass. Additional taxes on Chinese made goods. But he tweets that the tech company can fix the problem by moving more production to the US apple says a proposed new round of two hundred billion dollars in additional tariffs on Chinese imports would raise prices on some of its.