The International Olympic Committee said the three-time Olympian, who accused a former Chinese government official of sexual assault, appeared in a video call.
Peng Shuai dropped from sight after she accused a powerful former official of the Chinese government of sexual assault.
Where is Peng Shuai? Concern is mounting over the Chinese tennis star’s disappearance after accusing a former top government official in China of sexual assault.
The tennis champ discussed a scene in "King Richard," a biopic about her family, on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
An absent-minded decision means the Scottish tennis star is "in the bad books at home."
Fairytale victory for teen who until three months ago had never played in a professional tour-level event.
Players at the U.S. Open will have access to licensed mental health providers and quiet rooms as part of an initiative announced by the U.S. Tennis Association.
The Serbian superstar's racket received the brunt of his temper tantrum during his loss to Spain's Pablo Carreño Busta in the bronze medal match.
The superstar took a mental health break after withdrawing from the French Open.
The 23-year-old four-time Grand Slam champion, who is representing Japan, lit the cauldron that will stay illuminated for the entirety of the Games.
Osaka’s first match in nearly two months will come against 52nd-ranked Zheng Saisai of China in the opening round of the Olympic tennis tournament.
The 17-year-old was expected to lead Team USA's 12-person tennis team at the Tokyo Games, which begin in just a few days.
"It's extremely important, probably more so than ever because of this pandemic," McEnroe said of how outspoken Osaka has been about her mental health.
The documentary follows the tennis star through a period of enormous transformation and finding her voice.
The tennis superstar made her first public appearance after withdrawing from the French Open and Wimbledon over mental health concerns.
The tennis titan had a message for fans on Instagram after she hurt herself in her first-round match and walked off the court.
Sarah Gilbert didn't need a racket to earn adoration as the Grand Slam event returned from a pandemic absence.
The tennis star, who has won four gold medals at past Summer Olympics, did not want to disclose why she's chosen not to play at this year's games.
The world’s No. 2 women’s tennis player had previously dropped out of the French Open, citing mental health concerns related to press conferences.
The tennis star withdrew from the French Open after shunning press conferences to protect her mental health.