Serena Williams' PR team interrupts interview with Channel Ten's Lisa Wilkinson

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"We were actually just texting each other this morning", Williams said during the interview that was conducted three days after her controversial loss during the U.S. Open final.

Williams told Wilkinson she had no idea coach Patrick Mouratoglou was coaching her through the match despite him admitting to making hand signals. So I was like 'you made a motion and now you told people that you're coaching me - that doesn't make sense, why would you say that?' I was on the other side.

Sharapova spent a large chunk of her book discussing Williams and recalled a time where she caught the 36-year-old crying after losing the final of back in 2004.

In the moments after Serena Williams lashed out at the U.S. Open chair umpire earlier this month and pleaded with the NY crowd to applaud the champion, she found comfort in motherhood.

The tournament referee's office fined the former world No.1 $US10,000 for the "verbal abuse" of Ramos, $US4000 for being warned for coaching and $US3,000 for smashing her racket.

"It was so weird, and she started giving me kisses, she never gives me kisses", Serena said.

Serena replied: 'I just don't understand what he was talking about. You will never be on a court with me as long as you live.

"Besides cry, I don't know, it was interesting", she told Mia Freedman in an episode of "No Filter" that was recorded three days after the September 8 final in which she lost to Naomi Osaka.

'So this would be a good opportunity for me kind of to see where I am and just hopefully continue to go forward'. "You were coaching? We don't have signals", Williams said. "Sash [Osaka's coach Sascha Bajin] was coaching as well".

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Williams admitted she was surprised by how much of Sharapova's book focused on her and questioned why she had featured so much.

Serena Williams says she is trying to "move on" from the meltdown that overshadowed her US Open final loss but remains perplexed at her coach's admission he illegally signalled to her.

She was then docked a point for a second violation when she smashed her racket.

'Well, yeah, I mean, you know, as a fan, I wanted to read the book and I was really excited for it to come out and I was really happy for her, ' she added.

"I think she has a point in some of what she's saying", Wozniacki told reporters in Wuhan. It was just a really confusing moment, I think for him.

"For me I feel like we should lift each other up and support each other, and not tear each other down, and that's something I've always tried to do", Williams told Mamamia.

"In my opinion, I think that in the situation he probably should have given her a soft warning, and if he felt this is the way it was, said that your team is making signs, you need to make them stop".

'You know, I was, like, Oh, okay.