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Hewitt appeal: Last attempt to discredit accusers?

Women and Men against Child Abuse have rejected claims that fallen tennis star Bob Hewitt's accusers colluded with each other before his trial.

Women and Men Against Child Abuse director Miranda Friedman spoke to 702's John Robbie about why the organisation thought the appeal was a way to try and discredit Hewitt's victims.

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In March, Hewitt was found guilty on two counts of rape and one of sexual assault after the victims testified that he abused them more than 30 years ago, when he was their tennis coach.

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Suellen Sheehan, who was raped by Hewitt more than 30 years ago, has started playing tennis again with a fellow victim.

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