In an interview to GQ Magazine, Serena Williams revealed how she have managed to come through her US Open controversy with the chair umpire Carlos Ramos against Naomi Osaka. Serena tried to stay in a bubble.
'I don't really remember how it went, to be honest,' Serena said. 'I've been purposely not thinking about it. I don't watch TV at all. I try to keep myself in a bubble as much as I can. I just don't want to be involved in other people's opinions.
Let them live how they want to feel.' The 23-time Grand Slam champion also remarked the injustices that Black women face: 'You do research on how black women, you know, in the workforce are, there's literally papers about it, how black women are treated if they're angry, as opposed to white women, white men, black men.
It is bottom of the bottom of the totem pole. Kavanaugh's a white man. I'm a black woman. His limit is higher. My limit is way lower. And that's where we stand right now in this world. And it's a fact. It is literally a fact.
If you don't believe anything I say, just look at those two examples.' Williams reached two finals in 2018: at Wimbledon and the US Open. She lost the Wimbledon final to Angelique Kerber. ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: Worse players than David Ferrer won a Grand Slam title