Ramos handed out three code violations to Williams Saturday, prompting a heated argument. Julian Finney/Getty Images/AFP
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Umpire Carlos Ramos has made his first public statement since the U.S. Open, saying he was "good" despite the firestorm of controversy that followed his officiating of last weekend's women's final between Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka.The United States Tennis Association and Women's Tennis Association both publicly backed the allegations of sexism leveled at Ramos after Saturday's match.Ramos was unable to defend himself in public in New York as the row escalated over the weekend as ITF rules prevent umpires from commenting on their matches.
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