• Wimbledon chief says Serena Williams' US Open meltdown was 'not a good look' - and he doubts it would happen at the All England Club

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Wimbledon's chief has rushed to defend Carlos Ramos, the man who chaired the US Open final between Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka.
    Ramos slapped Williams with three code violations during a dramatic match - a match she eventually lost.
    Philip Brook, chairmain of the All England Club, said Williams' meltdown in the final was "not a good look for tennis," that Ramos was "just doing his job," and doubted that the fiasco would happen at Wimbledon.
    Williams is not expected to play no part in the rest of the 2018 season.
    A Wimbledon chief has rushed to the defence of Carlos Ramos, the man who...
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