The Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai, former number 1 in the world of doubles, has been missing since last November 2 after he denounced the former deputy prime minister Zhang Gaoli of sexual abuse, and alarms about his situation begin to go off due to the lack of news about his whereabouts.
The WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) o Amnesty International They have denounced the case of Peng Shuai, as well as several illustrious athletes such as Gerard Piqué, who follows tennis very closely because of its ties to the Davis Cup.
Pique joined the campaign to find the missing Peng Shuai and he shared the hashtag #WhereIsPengShuai (# WhereIsPengShuai) on his Twitter profile to raise awareness among his followers about the case.
Notably Peng Shuai would have written an email, shared by the CGTN channel, affiliated with the Chinese government, addressed to Steve Simon, president of the WTA, in which the tennis player stated that she was resting at home and that the accusation of sexual abuse against Zhang Gaoli. However, from the WTA do not give truth to the writing and consider that Peng Shuai she could be detained or unable to freely express her opinion on this matter.