Carlos Ramos gives Marin Cilic code violation for slamming racket in 1st tournament since Serena Williams fiasco

It’s not usually a typical code violation in tennis is noteworthy, however this one is.

Carlos Ramos issued Marin Cilic a code violation for slamming and mangling his racket throughout his Sunday Davis Cup loss to Sam Querrey.

Consideration on Ramos after Serena Williams incident

Ramos is the official who handed Serena Williams three code violations in her U.S. Open remaining loss to Naomi Osaka. Williams berated Ramos throughout a meltdown, calling him a thief and accusing him of being sexist for issuing penalties that she believes males get away with.

Cilic, not recognized for shedding his mood, couldn’t keep in mind the final time he smashed a racket and didn’t protest the decision.

“Normally while you break a racket, you get a code violation,” Cilic informed reporters.

Debate ensues after U.S. Open remaining

The incident between Williams and Ramos has sparked a number of debates over perceived sexism in tennis officiating and whether or not Ramos pushed too onerous to implement guidelines on the stage of the U.S. Open remaining.

Umpires threatened to boycott her matches and unionize in response to the 23-time Grand Slam winner’s accusations.

A New York Occasions research printed on Friday concluded that males have been penalized greater than girls by a big margin in Grand Slam occasions during the last 20 years.

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