Peng Shuai: fresh video emerges as China faces growing global condemnation Chinese state media released video of Peng apparently at a tennis match on Sunday morning amid widespread scepticism that she is free and well China urges 'certain people' to stop 'malicious hyping' of tennis star Peng ShuaiChina's foreign ministry said on Tuesday that "certain people" should stop the "malicious hyping" and "politicization" of the issue of tennis star Peng Shuai, as foreign governments and organisations continue to raise questions around her wellbeing. Peng Shuai: Stop the 'malicious hyping' over tennis star, says ChinaPeng Shuai had not been seen or heard from publicly for three weeks after she alleged on social media on 2 November that former vice premier Zhang Gaoli had coerced her into having sex. China calls for end to ‘malicious hyping’ of Peng Shuai controversyForeign ministry says the tennis star’s well-being is not a diplomatic matter and should not be politicised. IOC entering 'dangerous waters' with Peng video call, says Amnesty InternationalThe International Olympic Committee (IOC) has entered dangerous waters by taking part in a call with Peng Shuai that was meant to provide assurances over the Chinese player's safety, human rights group Amnesty International said on Monday. Tennis chief says new video of Peng Shuai 'insufficient' to assure safetyNew video of Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai released on Saturday is insufficient to allay concerns about her health and safety, the head of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) said. WTA chair Steve Simon still concerned about Peng Shuai despite video footagePeng, the former Wimbledon doubles champion, is seen smiling in the apparently new footage released by China state media.