Women’s tennis united on Wednesday night to support Peng Shuai by suspending all tournaments in China, Your Content has learned.
WTA chief executive Steve Simon has called for a transparent investigation.
Peng Shuai made sexual assault allegations against China’s former vice premier.
The WTA have put in jeopardy more than $30million of prize money after suspending events.
The country has become a huge part of the Women’s Tennis Association’s market.
The WTA have yet to announce their calendar for the latter part of 2022,’according to The Guardian.
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