Seeing this, Serena furiously called the umpire "a thief", causing him to list that as the third offence, "verbal abuse".
"Williams was absolutely marvellous towards Osaka after the match".
To recap, the trouble began when, early in the second set, Williams was given a warning for coaching. "This is evidence of people just not being willing to call out the truth, which is Serena cheated and got caught".
"If a woman was refereeing another woman then she can go: "Oh, I can understand maybe how she is feeling". I'll tell you that right now.
"For me, I'm just me", said Osaka, when asked whether she represented a "new Japan".
In a bid to win her 24th Grand Slam title, Ms Williams fell to 20-year-old Osaka in straight sets.
The 36-year-old had already had a point penalty for smashing her racquet and a code violation for coaching when she was penalised further for calling Ramos a "thief" and a "liar" in NY. At the 2016 French Open he accused the elder Williams of receiving coaching during a match, the same offence he penalised Serena for on Saturday. He has vast experience and has umpired a final at all four grand slams, as well as the 2012 Olympic men's final, in which Andy Murray beat Roger Federer. "It's because I am a woman, and that's not right".
'Men and women are different.
"But in my mind, I really wanted to know what was going on".
Osaka, who competes at next week's Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo, also revealed her plans to break into the top five this year - and win a shiny gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Williams pleaded her case to other officials who were called to the court, and called out what she sees as a double-standard in the sport - saying that male tennis players never face harsh penalties like hers for similar actions.
She was one of the main reasons that tennis made a decision to investigate video replay technology on the courts after several bad calls went against her in the 2004 US Open quarterfinals, she has been described as "scary" to look at by the president of the Russian Tennis Federation, she has been handed penalties that wouldn't otherwise have been given to men.
Mouratoglou admitted to coaching Williams from the stands but claimed that everyone does it. Without a doubt, she is a leader in women's tennis.