Before the U.S. Open started, Serena Williams rolled her eyes when reporters brought up her notorious 2009 meltdown where she swore at a line judge ("I swear to God, I'm f*ckin' takin' this ball and shovin' it in(?) your f*ckin' throat… I swear to God"), pointing out, "Oh my God. That was, like, two years ago. This is, like, two years later." Well, two years later, Williams can still get mad—but she can get mad without swearing! During yesterday's final against Samantha Stosur, Williams let loose at the umpire: "If you ever see me walking down the hall, look the other way."

According to the NY Times, the dispute began when "Williams"—which facing a break point in the second set—"hit a powerful forehand and shouted 'Come on!' before the ball reached Stosur's racquet. The chair umpire Eva Asderaki correctly called a hindrance on Williams for audibly interfering with the point in play, giving Stosur the point and the break."

Then Williams confused Asderaki with another judge (either Mariana Alves who made incorrect calls in Williams' loss to Jennifer Capriati in 2004 or Louise Engzell, who officiated her 2009 match with Kim Cljisters), "Aren't you the one who screwed me over last time? ... That's totally not cool." Video shows Williams saying during the changeover, "If you ever see me walking down the hall, look the other way, because you're out of control... You're totally out of control, you're a hater, and you're unattractive inside. Who would do such a thing? And I never complain. Wow... We're in America last I checked. Can I get a water or am I gonna get violated for a water? Really, don't even look at me! I promise you, don't look at me, 'cause I am not the one. Don't look my way."

Stosur went on to win the championship, 6-2, 6-3, and Williams was gracious, saying the call had nothing to do with her loss and calling Stosur a great opponent. However, Williams didn't shake Asderaki's hand.