IOC holds second call with Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai | The World

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The International Olympic Committee has revealed it’s held a second call with Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai, who ‘reconfirmed’ that she is safe and well given the ‘difficult situation’ she is in. Beijing is refusing to be drawn into the WTA’s suspension of its tournaments in China – the organisation says it’s not satisfied all is well with Peng, and is demanding her allegations of sexual assault against a former official are fully investigated. Yvonne Yong reports.

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