Cartoonist Mark Knight sparks outrage with his portrayal of Serena Williams as an angry, hulking black woman with big lips flipping out at the U.S. Open in a blatantly racist cartoon. He transformed her Japanese-Haitian opponent Naomi Osaka into a tiny white woman with blond hair.

That’s while the tiny chair umpire, Carlos Ramos, is visibly shaken as he begs Osaka to let her win. Um, gee, where have we seen a black woman portrayed like that before? Jim Crowing today, Mr. Knight? The angry black mammy with big lips who threatens the tiny white chair umpire and the delicate white woman. Give me a break.

The fact that Knight works for Australia-based Herald Sun newspaper, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch, tells you all you need to know about why the newspaper felt it could get away with this racist cartoon.

The final of the women’s match at the U.S. Open devolved into a verbal altercation after Ramos hit Williams with three code violations, which resulted in a $17,000 fine.

It would seem that this isn’t the first time the Australian cartoonist has played on racial stereotypes:

Twitter hit back hard: