A PP Sports source told Xinhua they paid 50 percent of the negotiated fees at the initial stage of the three-year circle.
The drill was jointly carried out by the Red Cross societies in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei.
"She dug me in a big hole in the first set. I had to climb my way out of there one by one, and I was happy to turn it around, because it wasn't easy. I think it's the daily work I've been doing to find that calm mind and match it with an excited body, because I had to keep moving and bringing the energy. There's no crowd to get energy from, so I had to give it to myself," Azarenka said.
Volunteers simulated a series of operations including trauma rescue, emergency relief and transporting the wounded by helicopter during the drill.
Under World Athletics guidelines introduced last year, Semenya would have to take testosterone-reducing drugs in order to compete in the races from 400m to a mile. But the 29-year-old has chosen not to do it.
"A match like today, I just feel like Pironkova was serving well, she was hitting winners everywhere," Williams said. "Maybe I wasn't being aggressive enough. So I think it's more or less me adjusting my game in the second set and coming back and just trying to do better."
The station is a part of Hangzhou's grand plans to step up the infrastructure of the city, along with the building of Terminal 4 of the Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport, more express ways and high ways, as put forward in April by an Action Plan that highlights building a healthy city, promoting internationalization, improving infrastructure, protecting lucid waters and lush mountains, and empowering digital governance.
"I knew to keep calm and wait for the right gap to open - and it did, quite late."
Real Sociedad are another side affected by COVID-19 in the run into the new campaign, with striker Willian Jose testing positive on Wednesday to become the third player at the club, (along with new signing, David Silva and Spain international Mikel Oyarzabal) to be affected by the virus. Adnan Januzaj will also miss out through injury leaving Alexander Isak to lead the visitors' attack, which for the moment looks weaker than last season.
With the runner-up finish, Azarenka said she's proud of herself.
"We are continually grateful for the close relationship that we enjoy with the European Tour. By sharing insights with us on the ever-changing landscape of the international golf tournaments, we were able to make an informed decision to once again postpone the Magical Kenya Open to a more suitable time next year," said Peter Kanyago, the Chairman of Kenya Open Golf Limited said in a statement.