June 26, 2022
In a video conference with the President of the International Olympic Committee, the Chinese tennis player said she is fine

In a video conference with the President of the International Olympic Committee, the Chinese tennis player said she is fine

Ping thanked the International Olympic Committee for their concern for her well-being. Contrary to Western media reports, tennis player Bing Shuai is “fine and well,” as she puts it.



247 – On Sunday (21) Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai made a video call to the president of the International Olympic Committee and told him that she was fine and in good health, the committee said.

In the statement, the IOC said that at the start of her 30-minute call with President Thomas Bach, Ping thanked the IOC for its concern for her well-being.

“She has made it clear that she is fine and in good health, and is living in her home in Beijing, but she would like her privacy to be respected now,” the statement said. Watch. “That’s why you prefer spending more time with family and friends for now. However, you will still be involved in tennis, the sport you love so much.”

The concern about Bing comes as international human rights groups are calling for a boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics, which will take place in February.

On November 2, Ping posted on Chinese social media that former Vice Premier Zhang Qaoli had sexually harassed her a few years ago. Neither Zhang nor the Chinese government has commented on his accusation.

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