There was another case recently where a woman was penalised for removing her shirt whereas men who do the same are not penalised. In fact she had a sports bra on and turned away from the crowd, whereas men sometimes sit without shirt with no punishment. The punishment in that case was bizarre. So sexist rulings do occur in tennis.
But it's not really the same offence - a woman removing her top is very different to a man removing his top. Only in bizarro-leftist world where there are no differences between men and women is it the same ... but in that world, there should be no separate competition for women so none of them would be playing in the top tournaments anyway. You can't have your cake and eat it too ... it's either one thing or another.
Personally, as much as I'm all for women taking their tops off, I don't think it should happen at tennis matches. Boohoo, that's different to men. But so is the fact that there is a huge industry built around women earning money for taking their tops off. Because it's different ...
And how does it fit with other sports where women in revealing outfits have been banned (against those women's wishes)? What exactly is the policy that is pro-women and fair?