Equality charity says it is disappointed by the online poll asking fans to judge nine female players on how they look in their Wimbledon outfits

A poll by the Women’s Tennis Association asking which of nine female players at Wimbledon was the “best dressed” has been slammed by a leading equality charity and criticised for putting women’s tennis back “by a century”.

As Wimbledon hosts the women’s final on Saturday, critics have slated the WTA for “misogyny at its best” over the poll, which pictures players including Britain’s Heather Watson and asks fans to judge them on how they look in their on-court outfits.

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