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Peng Shuai incident: “Friends” said she was safe at home without surveillance, accused WTA of ignoring Peng Shuai’s mail-BBC News

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Peng Shuai’s friend accused WTA of ignoring the email it sent.

A man who claimed to be a friend of Peng Shuai told the BBC that Peng Shuai is now at his home in Beijing and has “freedom of movement” and has not been punished. He also accused the International Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) of ignoring Peng Shuai’s emails.

Ding Li is the president of a sports equipment company headquartered in Beijing. After the Peng Shuai incident continued to ferment, he posted photos of him eating at a restaurant in Beijing with Peng Shuai and many others on social media last week.

“There is no supervision and pressure at all, and of course no punishment,” he wrote in an email to the BBC.

When the BBC asked Mr. Ding why Peng Shuai didn’t speak directly through social media, he reiterated the Chinese official media reporter’s explanation for Peng Shuai’s disappearance from public view, saying that she “just wished she had a good rest at home”.

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