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Women's Tennis Association Tour chairman Steve Simon in December made the unprecedented move to suspend all competitions in China, saying the WTA was founded on equality for women and that Peng's treatment is 'unacceptable'.What happened to Peng Shuai at Australian Open?
An Australian Open fan has been forced to remove a shirt supporting tennis star Peng Shuai who disappeared after accusing a senior Chinese politician of rape. Footage has emerged of security guards and police demanding a spectator remove her shirt at the grand slam over the weekend.What's going on with Peng Shuai?
'Peng Shuai's safety is our primary concern. We continue to work with the WTA and global tennis community to seek more clarity on her situation and will do everything we can to ensure her wellbeing.'What did Naomi Osaka say about Peng Shuai and China?
Naomi Osaka said she's "proud" of the way the WTA handled the situation with Peng Shuai and China. Peng accused a top Chinese government official of sexual assault and was subsequently censored. The association suspended tournaments in China over the country's response to the accusations.