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Uploaded on Sep 15, 2009
This was the dramatic moment when Serena Williams screamed her way out of the U.S. Open. TV viewers around the world saw the irate Wimbledon champion launch a threatening, profanity-laced tirade at a female line judge after being called for a foot fault. 'If I could, I would take this ******* ball and shove it down your ******* throat,' she reportedly said.
The diminutive lineswoman reported her words to the umpire, who called in the tournament referee at Flushing Meadows in New York. With the crowd booing, Miss Williams could be heard on the court microphone pleading with the lineswoman, saying: 'I didn't say I would kill you. Are you serious? I didn't say that.'