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China: Another Video Of Missing Tennis Star Peng Shuai Has Appeared

State media have distributed a second video that the player is supposed to show. She accused a top politician of rape and has since disappeared.

After the professional organization first video of the missing tennis player Peng Shuai considered insufficient, has one is another video has been circulated. Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of the state newspaper Global Times, posted a short clip on Twitter showing Peng Shuai opening a youth tennis tournament in Beijing on Sunday. You can see how she and other guests are called by name and greeted with applause from the audience. She waves and smiles briefly, but does not speak up herself.

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In early November, Peng Shuai accused former Deputy Prime Minister Zhang Gaoli of forcing her to have sex on the Weibo social network. Since then, the Chinese woman has disappeared from the public eye. Your post was quickly deleted at the time; the topic has been banned from discussion on China's censored internet. Zhang has not yet commented on the allegation either.

On Friday evening, the Chinese state television allegedly distributed current photos of the tennis star on Twitter. On Saturday, a video was broadcast via Twitter that Peng Shuai was having dinner with friends in a Beijing restaurant. WTA threatens to withdraw tournaments from China.

"This video alone is not enough," Steve Simon, head of the international women's tennis organization WTA, commented on the restaurant clip. "While it is positive to see her, it remains unclear whether she is free and able to make her own decisions." It is not clear whether she can act without coercion. He continues to worry about their health and safety and that their sexual assault allegations are obviously being censored, Simon said. Because of the affair, the WTA threatens to no longer play tennis games in China.

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In the past few days, worldwide clarification has been demanded in the case of the former number one in the double world rankings.

The administration of US President Joe Biden has expressed "deeply concerned". For this and other reasons, the US and UK are considering a boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics next February.

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