This comment under that video:What Billie Jean says is not the end-all be all. She is truly disconnected from a person's reactions as the cause.
Of course, it's perfectly acceptable for a woman to be emotional and hysterical anytime and anywhere she wants. Very smart Mr. King.
click this for the shouting and finger pointing video at the umpire. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/tennis/2018/09/08/serena-williams-vs-naomi-osaka-us-open-2018-final-live-score/
Not sexist - it seems more appropriatewhen you see it. If you read it,then no.
Say no more.So now she wants to claim she is a fighter for women's rights?
No you aren't. You had to know that someday your streak of being one of the greatest to play the game would end. But rather then setting an example for girls everywhere on sportsmanship... On how to lose with dignity... You didn't. You pointed and screamed. You demanded that somebody "owes you something". You threw a tantrum and destroyed your racquet. You made threats like "You will never ref another game" to the official who legitimately caught you being coached from the stands. You then denied the girl who beat you fair and square her moment to shine as a champion because of your own bruised ego. So much so she actually felt the need to cry and APOLOGIZE for defeating you. Were you fighting for her equality too? Or just yours?
You exhibited to every girl out there every quality that somebody should not possess in defeat. That is what I hope my daughters take away from your display on the court.
So go on your talk shows and make your talking points and claims of being a champion for women. But none of the virtues you lay claim to can cover for the fact that, in reality, all you are is a sore loser.