This time around, there was no such controversy surrounding Naomi Osaka's Grand Slam win.
Osaka used her second chance in the third set to defeat Petra Kvitova with 7: 6 (2), 5-7, 6-4 Saturday, win the Australian Open and become a back-to-back slam -Champion.
Her US Open win last year was largely overshadowed by the strained clash between Serena Williams and reigning referee Ramos. The referee's decision to eliminate the point and penalty penalties against the all-time high became the focus of the match.
The match on Saturday remained between the lines when Osaka ruled out the win for her serve after she was unable to do so for her first opportunity in the second set.
Winning the title also means that Osaka will be Japan's first female tennis player to finish in first place.
After taking control of the game in the second set, she broke twice from Kvitova's serve, Osaka stumbled as he tried to complete the swing. She was unable to use the three championship points of Kvitova's serve at 5: 3 and was then twice broken to bring the game to a decisive set.
Osaka screamed at himself. She hit a ball off the pitch. She tugged at her pink visor edge. After the second set, she went with a towel over her head in the locker room.
As hard as it must have been, Osaka regrouped. She has also started her powerful shots again. After Kvitova made a mistake to offer a breakpoint at 1
This time, Osaka would not falter. She would not allow this leadership to disappear.
In the first set, Osaka had to score two points in the fifth game and three in the seventh when she came back from 0-40. From then on, she put the greatest pressure on Kvitova, a two-time Wimbledon winner.
No. 8 Kvitova saved two points while remaining in the set and held the backhand with a crosshand winner to force the tiebreaker.
However, 21-year-old Osaka dominated the tiebreaker and gained four more points as Kvitova scored a backhand and converted the first of them to another mistake by the Czech player.
Osaka was the first woman since Jennifer Capriati to win both of her first two Grand Slam finals. Capriati did so in the Australian and French openings of 2001.
Prior to the two slam victories, Osaka had not survived the fourth round of a major (2018 Australian Open).
The Associated Press contributed to this report.