Serena Williams’ cases of sexism in the US Open last have been supported by the administering body of ladies’ tennis.
WTA CEO Steve Simon said the umpire indicated Williams an alternate level of resistance over Saturday’s upheavals than if she had been a man.
She got a code infringement for training, a punishment point for racquet mishandle and a diversion punishment for considering the umpire a “hoodlum” in the misfortune to Naomi Osaka.
The American said it was “sexist” to have been punished a diversion.
“The WTA trusts that there ought to be no distinction in the measures of resilience gave to the feelings communicated by men versus ladies,” Simon said in an announcement.
“We don’t trust this was done the previous evening.”
He additionally called for instructing to be permitted “over the game”. Umpire Carlos Ramos punished Williams subsequent to seeing her mentor, Patrick Mouratoglou, influencing a hand to signal. The Frenchman later conceded he was endeavoring to mentor his player.
The leader of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), which sorts out the US Open, said men “are bullying the umpire on the changeovers and nothing happens”.
“We watch the folks do this constantly,” USTA boss Katrina Adams said.
“There’s no balance with regards to what the men are doing to the seat umpires and what the ladies are doing, and I think there must be some consistency no matter how you look at it.
“I’m about sexual orientation uniformity and I think when you take a gander at that circumstance these are discussions that will be forced in the following weeks. We need to treat each other reasonably and the same.”
Those perspectives were shared by BBC tennis moderator Sue Barker, who stated: “I’ve sat courtside viewing the men raving at umpires and they haven’t been given an infringement.”
Williams, 36, was fined $17,000 (£13,100) for the code infringement that included considering Ramos a “liar” and “hoodlum”. She earned $1.85m (£1.43m) in prize cash for achieving the last.