Lee Bo returned to Hong Kong and asked local police to drop their missing persons case on him, and said he was going back to the mainland to pay respects to his ancestors. Willy Lam, a professor of Politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said it was "a release with Chinese characteristics" that entailed Lee reporting back to authorities in the mainland.
With $225 million in new facilities, the Wuhan Open aims to turn the hometown of China’s biggest tennis star into a major global center for the sport
Most of the top 10 female tennis players will participate in the Wuhan Open, staged in the hometown of Li Na, who became the first Asian player to win a majors singles title with her 2011 victory at the French Open.
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