Episode 214a: Shutting the U.S. Open, Part 1: Osaka, Serena, Ramos

Released Tuesday, 11th September 2018
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The 2018 U.S. Open was absurdly eventful, and the women's side finished with tremendous controversy, so we devote most of this first wrap-up episode to that.
But first, we spend ample time on our new breakthrough champion, Naomi Osaka, and her stunning performance.
Then we dive headlong into everything that happened in the second set of her win over Serena Williams, which sparked worldwide discussion about officiating, sexism, and more. It was a whole big mess, and we hope we're able to clean it off and sort it out pretty well for you here.
Part 2, on everything else that happened at the U.S. Open, coming later this week.
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