Assaults cost Serena Williams more than $ 120000

Assaults cost Serena Williams more than $ 120000

Last Saturday, we saw how Japanese Naomi Osaka became one of the youngest players to win the US Open after beating Serena Williams 6-2 and 6-4, but this performance of the Japanese was overshadowed by the behavior of the winner of Grand Slams in history.

After being the finest tennis player in history in 2012, Serena Williams had played no role until last Saturday in an act likely to be sanctioned when he called "president" Carlos Santos a "thief", his racket broke and advice got from his coach. during the final of the US Open. The fine was $ 17,000.

This amount is deducted from the $ 1.8 million he received because he was the finalist of the last big of the year.

The page The Tennis Space collected that until 2012 the youngest of the Williams $ 104,500 in fines had accumulated, being the most fined in history so far ahead of Bethanie Mattek-Sands ($ 13,000) and Victoria Azarenka ($ 7,000).

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