Peng Shuai holds video calls and tells IOC she's safe
In publishing her allegations against one of the most powerful men in China, Peng Shuai showed herself to be extremely courageous.
- The Age's View
Novak Djokovic has refused to disclose his vaccination status and says he’ll “wait and see” if he plays the Australian Open where everyone will need to be fully vaccinated.
- by Andrew Dampf
Video emerges of missing tennis star Peng Shuai.
A day after the Herald and Age detailed the WTA’s threat to pull all tournaments from China, the governing body doubled down on its stance.
- by Sam Phillips and Eryk Bagshaw
Serena Williams says she is 'devastated' by the disappearance of Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai
The Women’s Tennis Association has warned China it may take extreme action if missing tennis star Peng Shuai is not accounted for soon.
- by Sam Phillips
Women’s Tennis Association chairman Steve Simon says a statement released purporting to be from missing Chinese player Peng Shuai has only raised his fears.
- by Damien Ractliffe
Roger Federer will miss the Australian Open in January and is unlikely to return to competition until mid-2022 as he recovers from multiple knee surgeries, the former world No.1 told Swiss media.
Naomi Osaka said she was concerned over the whereabouts of fellow tennis player Peng Shuai, who has not been heard from since making allegations of sexual assault against a former Chinese vice premier.
Todd Woodbridge responds to comments from Nick Kyrgios calling for the Australian Open to be cancelled.