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The Mystery of Peng Shuai’s Disappearance After Being Forced to Serve the Forbidden Desire of Former Chinese Deputy Prime Minister

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The mystery of the disappearance Peng Shuai After being forced to serve forbidden desires, former Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli is in the spotlight. The tennis world is also concerned about the safety of Peng Shuai, the former 2013 Wimbledon champion.

Back to the moment Peng Shuai carried the gleaming silver trophy on a sunny summer day on Center Court at the Wimbledon Grand Slam. Back then, Peng Shuai was truly enjoying his moment of victory.

The Chinese tennis superstar is the women’s doubles winner at Wimbledon. And as the world‘s top-ranked doubles player and number 14 in women’s singles, she rules the world. But eight years later, the popular and established 35-year-old star has disappeared. Peng Shuai did not return calls from worried friends for two weeks.

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Peng Shuai’s disappearance coincided with a social media post in which he claimed to have been sexually assaulted by one of China‘s most powerful politicians, Zhang Gaoli. And concerns for Peng Shuai’s safety resurfaced, after he appeared to release a suspicious statement. He withdrew his claim, which he feared had been written for him or was under duress.

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“I’m not missing, I’m not safe either. I just rested at home and everything is fine. Thank you again for caring for me. I look forward to promoting Chinese tennis with all of you if I have the opportunity in the future. hope China‘s tennis will get better and better.”

But social media experts cast doubt on the message, pointing out that the cursor could be seen in the text, signaling that it was a screenshot and sent by a third party.

Steve Simon, head of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), said the message “only raised my concerns about his safety and existence”.

“I find it hard to believe that Peng Shuai actually wrote the email or believe what was linked to it. Peng Shuai showed extraordinary courage in describing allegations of sexual assault against a former high-ranking official in the Chinese government.

“The WTA and the rest of the world need independent and verifiable evidence that he is safe. I have repeatedly tried to contact him through various forms of communication, but to no avail.”

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