The cartoon created a stir on social media many users have demanded Amul to take it down because they were disappointed that Serena Williams altercation with the on-court umpire has gained more limelight, than Naomi Osaka's win.
One of the most controversial Grand Slam finals of all time divided tennis and triggered a debate about sexism in the sport, fueled by Williams's assertion that Ramos would not have dealt with a male player in the same way.
Ramos is now expected to umpire the Davis Cup semi-final between Croatia and the United States on Friday.
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However, the world's third-ranked men's player does not necessarily agree with the assessments of Williams and WTA chief executive Steve Simon that umpires treat women players differently from men.
"At the same time, it is important to remember that Mr Ramos undertook his duties as an official according to the relevant rule book and acted at all times with professionalism and integrity". Williams received warnings for receiving coaching and breaking a racket, before she was docked a game for calling Ramos a "thief". Williams, furious over the first call, approached the net and told Ramos: "I don't cheat".
The 23-time Grand Slam victor was handed a $17,000 fine for her penalties in the match, but opened up an argument against what she believes is preferential treatment in men's tennis. Gold badge umpire Richard Ings told ESPN that the umpire fraternity is "thoroughly disturbed" by how they have been treated in this situation.
Ramos has said that he is "fine, given the circumstances" days after the match, however.
"The Sept 10 cartoon not only exudes racist, sexist caricatures of both women, but Williams' depiction is unnecessarily sambo-like", the association said in a statement. It's a delicate situation, but "à la carte" arbitration does not exist. "Don't you worry about me!"