Is Peng Shuai Married To Her Boyfriend?- Her Bikini Pictures Resurfae On Instagram Over MeToo Claims

Who Is Peng Shuai Boyfriend? She recently made sexual assault accusations against former Vice Premier of China. Here is what we know about the MeToo claims.

Shuai is a Chinese professional tennis player ranked world No. 1 doubles by the WTA in February 2014. She has defeated several top-10 and top-5 players and is known for playing with two hands on both sides, and she hits very flat. She won a gold medal for singles at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou.

Peng won two Grand Slam women’s doubles trophies alongside Taiwan’s Hsieh Su-Wei, one at the Ronald Garros Tournament in 2014 and the second one at Wimbledon in 2013. She is considered one of the most successful Chinese tennis players as she has won several medals for the country.

Is Peng Shuai Married To Her Boyfriend?

Peng has not revealed the name of her boyfriend or partner to the public.

Shuai is not married to her boyfriend. She prefers to keep the details of her personal life away from the media.

Did Peng Shuai Bikini Pictures Resurface On Instagram?

Shuai is not active on Instagram and other social media platforms such as Twitter and TikTok. Western social media is banned in China because of cultural protection rules.

Peng has gone viral on the internet due to the MeToo claims. However, her bikini pictures have not resurfaced on Instagram due to the MeToo claims.

Peng Shuai Family And Husband Details Revealed

Shuai was born in Xiangtan, Hunan, to parents Zhang Bing and Peng Jijun. Her father, Peng, worked as a police officer.

Peng was introduced to the game by family members who play tennis and her uncle who coaches tennis. She was admitted to a hospital for heart surgery at the age of 13. She had a defect in her heart, which she explained in a campaign for Adidas.

Shuai is not yet married, and she does not have a husband.

Peng Shuai MeToo Claims

In a post on Weibo, a Chinese social media site, Shuai said that former Vice Premier, Zhang Gaoli forced her to have sexual relations with him, reports BBC. This is the first time such allegations were made against one of China’s senior political leaders.

Peng is yet to respond to her claims, and the post has since been deleted from China’s internet. The searches for Peng Shuai on the internet have also been restricted. China recently passed legislation that defined sexual harassment clearly, and the Chinese court hardly grand hearing for such cases.