What Did Serena Williams Say to Get DQed From the U.S. Open?

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Sep 13, 2009 • References: timesonline
What did Serena Williams say to get disqualified from the U.S. Open semifinals? It’s tough to say for sure, but according to eyewitnesses who sat near the line judge during Serena Williams’ outburst (in the video above), it was something along the lines of, "If I could, I would take this f’ing ball and shove it down your f’ing throat and kill you." Yup, that’ll do it for most athletes during a major sporting event!

At Serena Williams’ press conference, which I’ve included in the video above, she’s visibly frustrated and doesn’t say much in the way of an apology or show much remorse. Check out the video above to see footage of the semifinal U.S. Open match in which Serena Williams foot faults, which was the catalyst for Serena’s meltdown. What did Serena Williams say? You’ll have to see the videos to find out.

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