Serena Williams has been whacked with a £13,156 fine for three different violations in the US Open final on Saturday.
Williams lost to Naomi Osaka in Saturday’s US Open final.
Despite the 20-year-old becoming Japan’s first ever grand slam champion, Williams was the centre of attention.
Williams was handed a code violation for coaching, a penalty point for racket abuse and a game penalty for calling umpire Carlos Ramos a “liar and a thief” and insisting “you owe me an apology”.
In the aftermath of the ugly incident, the tournament referee’s office docked Williams £7,739 for “verbal abuse” of Ramos, £3,095 for being warned for coaching, and £2,321 for breaking her racket.