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Bing Shuai, a former tennis champion, goes missing after being convicted of Chinese sexual political abuse | NCZD | Total Sports

Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai, who won Wimbledon in 2013 and Roland Garros in 2014, has been missing for ten days after Zhang Gaoli, an important political leader in her country, denounced for sexual assault. From the Weibo social network, however, it was quickly removed by the authorities’ strict regime.

Users requested clarification of the issue. With the hashtag #WhereIsPengShuai, some tennis personalities have expressed their concerns with their teammate. One of them is eighteen-times Grand Slam winner Krist Evert.

Yes, these accusations are very disturbing. I’ve known Bing since she was 14, we should all be worried, this is serious, where is she? are you safe? Any information would be appreciated,” The player wrote on her Twitter account.

In the same way, the French Alizee Cornet pointed out: “Let’s not be silent”. Britain’s Liam Brody also expressed concern. “I can’t believe this will happen in the 21st century.”

The President and CEO of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), Steve Simon, issued a statement on Sunday expressing his solidarity with the player and hopeful that she will be located soon.

“Peng Shuai and all women deserve to be heard, not censored. His accusation of sexual assault by a former Chinese leader should be treated with the utmost seriousness.”, you read.

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