The data was compiled for tens of thousands of Grand Slams matches which consisted of qualifying, main-draw singles and doubles over the 20-year period.
She has not only excelled professionally, but her personal life is equally thriving having recently married a tech billionaire - an attractive white young man - with whom they are blessed with an adorable daughter.
The International Tennis Federation supported Ramos in a statement released Monday, saying that his decisions were "in accordance with the relevant rules and were re-affirmed by the US Open's decision to fine Serena Williams for the three offenses". As Soraya Chemaly writes in her new book, Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women's Anger, "When women assert themselves, whether they are openly angry or not, they often encounter social opprobrium, invalidation, backlash, and punishment".
"Don't you worry about me!" he added.More news: Guardiola calls for response from Sane
The biggest fine in which women were fined for more than men, coaching, is the one that Williams picked up her first penalty for during her loss to Naomi Osaka - which sparked the other two penalties.
The second variable comes a lot closer to Williams' actual complaint. She protested, calling Ramos a "thief" and a "liar" and demanded an apology from the umpire, who penalised her a game.
"Coaching is common, a lot of people are doing it, some people aren't getting called for it", Murray continued.
'Maybe men should just referee men's matches because they know how men think.
Seeing this, Serena furiously called the umpire "a thief", causing him to list that as the third offence, "verbal abuse".More news: Ibrahimovic happy for '500th victim' Toronto after outrageous goal
None of this lets Williams off the hook.
Williams got a warning for violating a rarely enforced rule against receiving coaching from the sidelines.
However, the data alone doesn't negate Williams' broader challenge either, even if it does make it more hard to establish.
"I think tennis has an issue around this sort of behaviour, both men and women should pull their heads in, but Serena makes some excellent points that tennis needs to take into account".
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova also criticized Williams this week, writing in The New York Times, "We can not measure ourselves by what we think we should also be able to get away with".More news: Israeli missiles intercepted in strike near Damascus airport, Syrian state media reports