An Australian tennis commentator has been accused of sexism after asking Canada's Eugenie Bouchard to "give us a twirl" in a post-match interview.
Cohen made the request after Bouchard expressed her love for Serena Williams' outfit at the competition earlier in the week.
Despite appearing slightly taken aback by the request, Bouchard obliged and went on to further praise Williams' outfit.
Speaking afterwards, she admitted: "It was very unexpected. I mean, yeah, I don't know.
"An old guy asking you to twirl, it was funny."
However, a number of viewers were not amused by Cohen's actions.
Serena Williams later said she had been uncomfortable when asked to perform a twirl on court after beating Vera Zvonareva.
Channel 7 responded to the backlash in a statement to the Daily Mail:
The interview, which didn't air on Channel 7 or 7TWO, was in this instance conducted by a commentator who works for the host broadcaster, Tennis Australia.
The host broadcaster provides match coverage and some commentary and interviews, which is seen on our live digital streaming service.