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Peng Shuai met the IOC President at the Beijing Games

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This is what she says in an interview with the French sports daily The Team appeared on its site overnight from Sunday to Monday.

During the having dinnerwhich took place Saturday, we were able to discuss a lot and exchange pleasantlyexplains the tennis player, who also announces her retirement from sport.

He asked me if I was considering returning to competition, what were my plans, what I was considering, etc.explains Peng Shuai, met by two journalists from The Team in a hotel located in the Olympic bubble.

She takes the opportunity to say that she has never gone.

IOC, messaged me, and it was quite impossible to reply to so many messages. But, with my close friends, I always stayed in close contact, I chatted with them, answered their e-mails, I also chatted with the WTA…”,”text”:”Just a lot of people, like my friends including from the IOC, messaged me, and it was quite impossible to reply to so many messages. But, with my close friends, I always stayed in close contact, I chatted with them, answered their emails, I also chatted with the WTA…”}}”>Simply, many people, like my friends including some IOC, messaged me, and it was quite impossible to reply to so many messages. But, with my close friends, I always stayed in close contact, I chatted with them, answered their e-mails, I also chatted with the WTAshe adds.

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Peng Shuai had accused a former Chinese leader in early November of forcing her to have sex during a relationship that lasted several years. After these remarks made on a social network quickly deleted from the Chinese Internet, Peng Shuai, former world number one in doubles, then disappeared, causing concern in the world of tennis and sport, until she died. interview by videoconference with Thomas Bach, November 21.

The player had since appeared on videos showing her attending sporting events, without allaying fears about her full freedom of movement.

On Thursday, Thomas Bach mentioned that the IOC was going to support the Chinese tennis player if she were to call for the opening of an investigation into accusations of forced sex.

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