SERENA WILLIAMS BREAKS U.S. OPEN SILENCE, POINTS TO DOUBLE STANDARD

Serena Williams is sticking to her story and pointing to the double standard. In her first interview since one of the most colossal controversies in recent U.S. Open history, Williams insisted she never received coaching signals during the final against eventual winner Naomi Osaka. "He said he...

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