Oh no, she did it again.
Mt. Serena erupted once more in defeat Sunday at the U.S. Open. This time it happened in the tournament final after chair umpire Eva Asderaki ruled that Serena’s loud “come on!,” which she yelled during what she thought was a forehand winner, had been shrieked before the point was over. Since it interrupted opponent Sam Stosur’s attempt at a return, Asderaki properly awarded Stosur the point because of the “hindrance rule” that states a player can’t verbally interfere with the opponent’s points.
voices heard are of the announcers