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Serena Williams remains adamant she did not receive coaching during the US open, despite her coach admitting otherwise, in her first sit down interview after the controversy.

The 36-year-old tennis legend maintained her belief that men and women should be treated equally in her first interview since the defeat.

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Williams was critical of umpire Carlos Ramos after he penalized [her], claiming she communicated with coach Patrick Mouratoglou in the US Open final loss to Naomi Osaka.

Mouratoglou controversially admitted to coaching Williams from the sideline, saying that it was not an uncommon occurrence in the game.

But Williams argued otherwise in a sit-down interview with Lisa Wilkinson for The Sunday Project, an Australian news show.

‘He said he made a motion, I don’t understand what he was talking about,’ Williams told Wilkinson. We’ve never had signals.’

Williams also affirmed her argument that sportswomen should be treated the same as their male counterparts.

‘I just don’t understand. If you’re a female you should be able to do, even half, of what a guy can do,’ she said.

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  1. Is Serena Williams really the type of person parents should hold up as a role model for aspiring tennis champions?

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