Osaka and Williams were together after the match as Osaka was awarded the trophy for winning.
However some Twitter users weren't so quick to forget the reason for the cartoon in the first place. Williams, clearly unhappy with the ruling, went on to berate Ramos for his judgment, repeatedly demanding that he apologize for branding her a cheater.
"At the end of the day, Serena could have handled it a little bit differently".
The 20-year-old has dual nationality - Japanese and American - and under Japanese law will have to choose one by the time she turns 22 on October 16 next year, although that regulation is rarely enforced. I asked my daughter learn from it, ' another added.
'But you are not perplexed with her behavior last Saturday?' another user wrote.
'A champion tennis player had a mega tantrum on the world stage, and Mark's cartoon depicted that.
It's too soon to say whether Adidas will turn its brand conversation to race and gender bias, as Nike has chosen to do with its controversial decision to use Colin Kaepernick in its "Dream Crazy" campaign.
"I want to do well at the Pan Pacific Open and maybe year-end top five - but I'm not putting pressure on myself".
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World number 25 Barbora Strycova said Williams outburst was 'bulls***'.
"Umpires keep asking: 'What if it was me in that chair on Saturday?' There is a widespread feeling that Carlos was hung out to dry for almost 48 hours and that no one is standing up for officials".
Ramos, 47, was "thrown to the wolves for simply doing his job and was not willing to be abused for it", one anonymous umpire told the English paper.
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The International Tennis Federation stood by Ramos' stance and praised him for acting with "professionalism and integrity".
Williams received a second penalty for throwing her racket to the ground and breaking it after losing a point.
However, Murray said he disagreed that umpires were more lenient towards men than women.
Now, Adams and Ramos have come face to face in Zadar ahead of the United States team's Davis Cup tie against Croatia where the veteran official will oversee some of the matches.