Mailbag: Tennis Community's Steadfast Response to the Peng Shuai Case
From WTA CEO Steve Simon to Naomi Osaka, the sport's top figures have taken a stand and demanded answers about the former Chinese player.
WTA Says Peng Shuai's Call With IOC Officials Does Not Alleviate Concerns
A video call between Olympic officials and Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai has seemed to raise more questions than reassurances.
IOC Says Peng Shuai Has Told Olympic Officials She Is Safe
A call with IOC president Thomas Bach appears to be Peng’s first direct contact with sports officials outside China since she disappeared from public view on Nov. 2.
Peng Shuai Purportedly in Video From State-Run Chinese Media
This is not the first time that a state-affiliated Chinese media outlet has released information about the missing tennis star.
White House Joins Call For Proof of Peng Shuai's Safety
China’s Foreign Ministry told reporters earlier Friday that the matter was “not a diplomatic question and I’m not aware of the situation.”
WTA CEO Willing to Pull From China, Peng Shuai Still Missing
Steve Simon said he is willing to lose hundreds of millions if the tennis star is not accounted for and the sexual assault allegations are investigated.
GOP Rep Calls for Pressure on China Until Peng Shuai Is Safe
It has been over two weeks since anyone has reportedly heard from the missing Chinese tennis star directly.
Serena Williams Still Haunted By 2001 Indian Wells Incident
"I remember sitting in the bathroom thinking, 'Wait, I'm not gonna go back.'"
WTA Chairman Not Convinced Peng Shuai Wrote Released Email
A Chinese state-affiliated media outlet released an email allegedly written by the missing WTA veteran.
Mailbag: Thoughts on the Upcoming 'King Richard' Film
Plus the WTA's handling of the ongoing Peng Shuai case, a future outlook for rising star Carlos Alcaraz and more.
Tennis Stars Raise Awareness for Missing WTA Veteran Peng Shuai
WTA called for an investigation into the veteran's sexual assault allegations against a former high-ranking member of the Chinese Communist Party.
Serena's Daughter Steals the Show on 'King Richard' Red Carpet
The Williams sisters turned heads at the premiere of "King Richard," a biopic about their rise to tennis stardom with Will Smith playing the role of their father, Richard Williams.
It's Time for the WTA to Stop Doing Business in China
While the Tour has called for an investigation into the allegations made by former pro Peng Shuai, it also has a considerable opportunity in this crisis: to cut ties with a country so unaligned with its mission.
Mailbag: Here's Why Djokovic's Paris Masters Title Was So Significant
Plus thoughts about the Billie Jean King Cup, WTA Player of the Year contenders and more.
Mailbag: Frances Tiafoe's Big Week
Plus discussion on the upcoming Australian Open and the vaccinate mandates, the fall swing, Nadal’s longevity and more.
Mailbag: Impact of 2022 Australian Open Vaccine Protocols
The regulations for the first major tournament of the year will implicate many of the top players, including World No. 1 Novak Djokovic.
Djokovic May Miss Australian Open Due to Vaccination Status
If Novak Djokovic wants to defend his Australian Open title, he will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the country's immigration minister said Wednesday.