David Haggerty believes the decision of the WTA not to host events in the country is their choice but he sees no issue for the ITF.
The governing body say they are working to find a 'comfortable' resolution.
During a interview with a French newspaper, Peng spoke at length about recent developments in her life.
Less than a week after footage surface of a fan being told to remove their T-shirt in support of the tennis star, officials now say such...
Shuai has appeared in her first video interview since a publishing Weibo post accusing a senior former government official of sexual assault.
News of the suspension has reportedly been censored on social media website Weibo, state-run media outlets have run editorials blasting the west and the Chinese Tennis...
With millions at stake, the WTA stands firmly behind their players.
In a statement WTA CEO Steve Simon says the decision has been made following concerns raised about the welfare of Peng Shuai.
Dick Pound has hit back at what he describes as 'silly' accusations made against the IOC.
The governing body says it is 'clear' that the tennis player didn't write them independently amid fears she has been censored by authorities.
Ding Li has spoken to the BBC and made a series of allegations against the WTA.
In his first public statement since his video call with the tennis player, Thomas Bach failed to speak about the allegations of sexual assault.
A report says RTKH ‘will not comment on internal matters’ but some speculate the move is linked to influence from neighbouring China.
The WTA said the video hasn't changed their stance on the matter.
As the tennis world intensifies its vocal campaign for information about Shuai following her disappearance, the Olympic Committee has refused to speak out against a country...
It has emerged that followers are being prevented from commenting on her posts as the WTA warns China they are prepared to stop doing business with...
It has been claimed that Shuai, who hasn’t been seen for two weeks, has sent a letter to the WTA.
The disappearance of the former world No.1 has sparked concern from many in the sport but it is questionable as to how much of an impact...
One of China's most successful tennis players in history has made a series of shocking claims. Now users can't comment on her Weibo account and screenshots...
The world No.41 has released her version of why the two-time doubles grand slam champion has been suspended from the tour.