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It was hailed as the tennis match of the century: in 1973, 55-year-old avowed chauvinist (and former Wimbledon champion) Bobby Riggs met 29-year-old renowned feminist (and current Wimbledon champion) Billie Jean King for a winner-takes-all showdown in front of a global TV audience. The mismatched match is entertaining enough, but this gripping documentary also delves into the social background to that day in September, illustrating just how hard it had been for female athletes to win a fraction of the recognition, respect and earnings enjoyed by their male peers. A compelling slice of social history with all the drama of centre court.
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