Unfairly Targeted - Mike Tyson Supported Serena Williams for US Open
Serena Williams Has Been Trying To Get Her Hands On A 24th Grand Slam Title Since 2017. Although She Came Close On Four Occasions, She Faced Failure In Every One Of Them.
One Of Those Occasions Was At The 2018 US Open Final When She Lost The Match Against Naomi Osaka In A Controversial Final.
The World Was Pretty Much Divided, As Fans And Former Players Blamed Serena For Her Actions, While Many Also Thought The Chair Umpire, Carlos Ramos, Was At Fault.
Meanwhile, A Legend From Another Sport, Mike Tyson Chimed In With His Opinion, As He Backed The Tennis Player.
Mike Tyson showed his support for Serena Williams.
Concerning the controversy over Serena Williams, Tyson said, "I thought it was an incorrect decision that by the chairman umpire. Serena was unfairly attacked.
What transpired in the 2018 US Open Finals?
In the finals, Serena was the crowd favorite, as she was trying to win their 25th Grand Slam title on home on the court. After dropping the first set quite badly,
Serena received a coaching violation in the next set by the chair umpire Carlos Ramos.
Serena lost control.
Serena began to lose her temper after she injured her racket which led the umpire to award her another code violation. However, Serena didn't forget about her first code violation
as she continued to fight with the umpire, calling the umpire a 'thief'. This led to her being received a third violation.
Tyson added more.
Tyson added that Serena should have remained cool in the situation Tyson said that "This suggested that she ought to have kept her cool and not debated with Tyson.
Arguments with him would have no benefit for her." Then, Serena lost the match to Osaka 2-6, 4-6.
His daughter, Mike Tyson's is an enormous Serena admirer.
Milan was able to meet her idol, Serena in the course of Serena Williams's appearance during the Indian Wells 2016. In a chat with Serena Williams, the famous American Milan
she shared her ambition to become an excellent tennis player in the future as Serena Williams.