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Wimbledon 2022: Peng Shuai's supporters appear on the ground and activists say he was questioned and searched.

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Four activists in shirts to assist Chinese tennis playerPeng Shuaiwere searched and questioned at the Wimbledon Championships on Monday.

Jason Reese, a free Tibetan organization, said he and his three colleagues wore "Where is Peng Shuai?" The shirt when I entered the All England Club. He said they weren't wearing shirts when they came in. After taking pictures with a few people, Reese said they were stopped by the guards after a while.

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From left Protesters Will Hoyles, 39, Caleb Compton, 27, and Jason Leith, 34, who all work for Free Tibet pose for the media in T-shirts reading "Where is Peng Shuai", at the Wimbledon Tennis tournament in London, Monday, July 4, 2022.

From left, protesters Will Hoyles (39), Caleb Compton (27), Jason. Reese (34 years old). T-shirt media with the words "Where is Peng Shuai" at the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament in London on Monday, July 4, 2022.(Rebecca Speare-Cole / PA via AP)

"When I came in, I was worried that I couldn't put it in, so I put it on. I didn't, so I wore it and just walked around and some people wanted a self with us, so we were taking pictures with people. "

"(They) started asking," Are you going to protest directly? Are you going to confuse something? " And they asked. bag? '

"So they started going through our bags. I think they were looking for a flag. They were looking for something that might be used in other forms of protest. "

Four activists wearing "Where is Peng Shuai?" T-shirts were stopped by security at Wimbledon on Monday and had their bags searched.

" Where is the Peng Shuai? " Four activists in T-shirts were stopped by security guards in Wimbledon on Monday and searched for bags.(Rebecca Speare-Cole / PA via AP)

Reese is allowed to stay on the premises unless anyone approaches to talk about Peng Shuai. Said that it has been.


"That's a little weird. Reese added.

All England Club CEO Sally Bolton said at the beginning of the tournament that Peng's supporters could participate.

"We have ground entry rules and those ground entry rules are really quiet for everyone. Focusing on the fun of playing tennis. That is, it is not what people are wearing. It's about people's behavior, "Bolton said.

FILE - China's Peng Shuai reacts during her first round singles match against Japan's Nao Hibino at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia on Jan. 21, 2020. 

File-Chinese Peng Shuai January 2020 Reacts during the first singles match against Japan's Nao Hibino at the Australian Open Tennis Championships in Melbourne, Australia on the 21st.  (AP Photo / Andy Brownbill, File)

Peng Shuai won two Grand Slam Doublestitles in her career Disappeared from the public for several months last year after accusing former Communist Party official Zhang Takasato. Sexual assault. Her accusations have been removed from the Chinese internet.

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Peng Shuai has been accused of her Since then, she rarely appears in public. She participated in the Winter Olympics and she interviewed a French newspaper in February.

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