After a Chinese tennis star accused a former Chinese official of assault and temporarily vanished from view, the Women's Tennis Association halted tournaments there. Now the men's group is under fire.
Author: Tom Goldman
Published: 2021-12-03 04:40 pm
Men's tennis is under fire for not pulling business from China over Peng Shuai
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After a Chinese tennis star accused a former Chinese official of assault and temporarily vanished from view, the Women's Tennis Association halted tournaments there. Now the men's group is under fire.

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