Chair umpire Carlos Ramos will not work US Open matches that have Serena or Venus Williams

(CNN) — Carlos Ramos will not serve as chair umpire for any Serena Williams or Venus Williams matches at the 2019 US Open, also a United States Tennis Association spokesman told CNN on Wednesday.
Ramos was the chair umpire for last years volatile US Open womens singles final between Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka. There prevailed Even a Osaka against her idol 6-2, 6-4 in New York to win her first major, but it had been overshadowed by controversy.
Serena Williams clashed with Ramos, culminating if he docked her a game for calling him athief. Following the game, while the trophy was accepted by Osaka, boos rang around Arthur Ashe Stadium. Osaka wept.
Both players have suffered from accidents but remain in the US Open womens singles draw. Osaka, currently the top-ranked player on the planet, will probably have the No. 1 seed. Serena Williams is . Venus Williams is unseeded.
Whilst play is scheduled to start Monday, the draw will be declared on Thursday.
Before this month, Serena Williams has been forced to retire after four matches against Canadas Bianca Andreescu because of issue in the Rogers Cup final in Toronto. Last week the injury kept her from tournament action at the Southern & Western Open in the Cincinnati suburb of Mason, Ohio.
Osaka retired during her game due to a knee injury, contrary to American Sofia Kenin.
Osaka and Serena Williams have played since that infamous game.
Is currently seeking her first as the 2017 Open, after she was pregnant, along with a record 24th important singles title, linking her with Margaret Court for its most all time. That win came against Venus Williams.
After she won the Australian Open, the first Japanese player to acquire a singles title, osaka, included a second grand slam prize this year.

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