Ex-umpire: US Open umpire Carlos Ramos 'thrown under bus'

Photo/Julio CortezChair umpire Carlos Ramos is led off court after the US Open final, which Serena Williams lost.

Ramos has been assigned to officiate the Davis Cup semifinal matches between the United States and Croatia, a best-of-five series which begins Friday and ends Sunday in Zadar, Croatia. Advertising and sponsorship specialists predict a lot of such opportunities lie ahead for Osaka, who was born in Japan to a Haitian father and a Japanese mother and raised mostly in the U.S. "But we have no doubt that Carlos was just enforcing the rules as he sees them".

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Despite the myriad of controversies surrounding last weekend's event, US Open champ Naomi Osaka said she is not sad that the behavior of Serena Williams has, for now, overshadowed her win. It made me feel like it was a sexist remark. I have never cheated in my life! "That's just part of the sport". A Nissan North America spokeswoman confirmed in an email that the US division does not now have plans to utilize her, adding that "the relationship is early and primarily a global one". A USTA spokesman said Adams was not speaking to media, while Ramos was not available for questions.

But lately - as shown by a recent spate of worldwide sporting squabbles, from Nike's Colin Kaepernick ad to the Serena Williams saga - this ideal of apolitical sport has slowly revealed itself to be a luxury of a select few, a privilege only afforded to those who have benefited from the rules set by society - and sport's - increasingly outdated institutions.

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But, of course, it was what happened during the match that sparked controversy, turning Osaka's first grand slam win into an nearly week-long debate, sprouting agita from all sides.

Osaka, 20, heard boos when she was receiving her trophy and in the moment thought they were directed at her for her win against fan-favorite Williams.

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She also called Ramos a "thief" for taking a point from her. She joins a roster of Nissan's other global ambassadors, including soccer players Gareth Bale of Real Madrid and Manchester City's record goal-scorer Sergio Aguero, who both featured prominently during Nissan's most recent UEFA Champions League sponsorship campaign. "If it was wrong or right, I'm not the judge", said Bryan, a doubles specialist. "You owe me an apology!" she shouted repeatedly. I really don't. I think men and women are treated in this way or the other way depending on the situation.

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