Serena Williams' reaction to an umpire's call and the resulting fallout at the US Open was simply her way of defending her character and professional integrity, not much different from what male players do, writes Wendy Sachs. But it's not really about tennis, she notes: The public uproar "has everything to do with the way women are often punished and marginalized when men find us too aggressive, too loud, or too emotional."
Commentary: Serena Williams incident shows how women are marginalized
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