Some called for Williams to pay her $17,000 fine in pennies.
Williams argued on court with tournament officials, claiming she was being treated differently to how a man would be in such circumstances, a theme she continued in her press conference. "When a man does the same, he's "outspoken" & and there are no repercussions".
Another Twitter user said: "Thank you for this cartoon. More voices are needed to do the same".
"Naomi won one of the Grand Slam tournaments, but I want her to become a tennis player who is modest and not arrogant". Players chase the career Grand Slam by trying to win all four of the major titles.
Williams said she was shocked at her coach's admission and denied ever coming up with a way to covertly communicate with Mouratoglou while she was on the court. She was hit with another $4,000 fine for being warned for coaching and $3,000 for breaking her racket.
US Open Womens Single champion Naomi Osaka of Japan (L) with Serena Williams of the US during their Women's Singles Finals match at the 2018 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in NY on September 8, 2018. But Williams' coach's admission that he was in fact cheating on the court casts a different light on the matter. "Although entirely refusing to shake Ramos' hand, Williams graciously told crowds: "[Osaka] played well, this is her first Grand Slam.
The tennis superstar was docked a game for insulting the umpire after she called him "a liar" and "a thief" in an angry tirade on Saturday. But I'm going to continue to fight for women and to fight for us to have equal - like Cornet should be able to take off her shirt without getting a fine.
China's record trade surplus with United States adds fuel to trade war fire
Chinese diplomats complain that the Trump administration lacks a single negotiator empowered to make a deal and is vague about its objectives.
In Sunday's statement, Simon said the WTA believed coaching should be allowed across the sport.
Williams was publicly chided by French Tennis Federation President Bernard Giudicelli when he announced a new dress code at the upcoming games following the tennis pro's decision to wear a catsuit that is specially created to improve her circulation and avoid blood clots, which she's struggled with after her pregnancy. Venus Williams disputed that, telling Ramos (via Sky News), "I'm 36 years old".
Yes, that's right - Osaka has never lost to her "idol".
After serving out the match, Osaka showed her softer side, bursting into tears as boos rang out from fans still outraged over her opponent's bust-up with Ramos.
Yomiuri centred Osaka's photograph holding the U.S. Open trophy at the top of its Monday front page - as did the two other large dailies.
The umpire then hit Williams with a point penalty after she smashed her racket.
Many, Ings included, believe Ramos followed the rule book to the letter - and should be lauded for having the courage to call the violations as he saw them. A tough thing for a chair umpire to deal with, as well.
The rule book also states that players who receive coaching during a match or intentionally destroy a racquet shall be penalised in accordance with the point penalty schedule.