Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai has reportedly appeared as a guest at a tennis tournament in Beijing, according to official media images.
State-affiliated media posted a clip purported to be of Peng on Twitter, the last to apparently show him.
Governments, tennis officials and players have expressed concerns for his well-being.
Two weeks ago, she made allegations of sexual assault against a former Chinese vice premier.
Since then, she has not been in direct contact with the Women’s Tennis Association.
On Saturday, WTA chief Steve Simon said it was not clear from the first two clips released “whether she is free and capable of making decisions and acting on her own, without coercion or external interference, “calling the video” insufficient “proof of his safety. .
The British Foreign Office meanwhile issued a statement saying it was “extremely concerned” and called on China to “urgently provide verifiable evidence of its security and whereabouts”.
A clip published on Sunday by the editor of the Global Times – a media organization affiliated with the Chinese state – said that she was “at the opening ceremony of a teenage tennis match final.”
This is the third clip posted to this account, with the previous two allegedly showing Peng having dinner with his trainer and friends at a restaurant.
Reuters news agency reports that the event’s organizers also posted official photos online showing Peng on the social app WeChat.
In a video clip posted to the Twitter account of a fiercely loyal Communist Party editor, Peng Shuai can be seen standing alongside other dignitaries, smiling and waving at the announcement of his name.
The short clip was reportedly shot on Sunday morning and follows two other short videos released by state media, including one of the former Wimbledon doubles champion with friends at a restaurant, shown as evidence that she is not subject to any form of coercion.
But they have only raised other questions, about the apparent editing and their seemingly staged nature, and so far there has been no relaxation in the calls from the Women’s Tennis Association of a number of world tennis stars as well as governments, to prove that Peng Shaui is truly free to speak and act as she sees fit.