White House, United Nations Call For ‘Proof’ On Whereabouts Of Missing Chinese Tennis Player

White House, United Nations Call For ‘Proof’ On Whereabouts Of Missing Chinese Tennis Player


As the tennis world continues to demand answers on the whereabouts of missing Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai, China is now being pressured by the United Nations and the White House for information on the 35-year-old women’s doubles player.

On Friday, Liz Throssell — U.N. Human Rights spokesperson — called for proof of Peng’s “whereabouts and wellbeing.”

“What we would say is that it would be important to have proof of her whereabouts and wellbeing, and we would urge that there be an investigation with full transparency into her allegations of sexual assault,” Throssell said.

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“According to available information, the former world doubles No. 1 hasn’t been heard from publicly since she alleged on social media that she was sexually assaulted. We would stress that it is important

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