Serena Williams Foot Fault | What did Serena Williams Say

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So we all know that Serena Williams is now out of the US Open 2009 because she was defaulted in her match with Kim Clijsters; she ended her bid for the US Open with what is now known as Serena Williams Foot Fault controversy. What happened? Well, Williams simply abused a linesman verbally. What did Serena Williams say to the linesman exactly to warrant defaulting? Nothing, just something that goes like this: “I swear to god I’m f***kin going to take this ball and shove it down your f**kin mouth.” Of course if a sportsman speaks like that she loses her sportsmanship and she deserves to lose hard because only losers speak like that.If Williams really spoke those words to the linesman, well she deserves what she got. Here is an account of the controversy from Newsday.com:


Williams could not recount clearly what was said when she tried to join the conversation between the linesman, the umpire and Earley.

"I think she [the linesman] said [I said] 'I would kill you,' and I was like, what? I was like, wait a minute. But then I had misheard. She had never said that . . . She [the linesman] was like 'No, [Serena] didn't say that. She said something else.' I said, 'Oh, OK. I get it.'

"And I was totally fine, because at that point, I realized I got a point penalty and it was match point. What can I do? I'm not going to complain. It was what it was."

After the penalty point cost her the match, she walked over to a bewildered Clijsters standing at the other baseline and shook her hand.

"She said good luck and I hope you win," Clijsters said.

You can watch the video of the Serena Williams foot fault controversy here.

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