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My ongoing love affair with tennis - photos from Indian Wells BNP Paribas Open 2015

I’ve been around tennis for almost my entire life. From being a little kid under pressure to be a professional athlete (“golf or tennis: you choose”) and quitting sports altogether in high school (my big rebellion), I lost track of tennis in my late teens and early 20’s. 532 more words

Begu, Buyukakcay, Cepede Royg, Tanasugarn win Fed Cup Heart Awards

The ITF has announced the first four winners of the 2015 Fed Cup Heart Award. Romania’s Irina-Camelia Begu has won the award for the World Group and World Group II first round category, while the regional Zone Group I winners are Turkey’s Cagla Buyukakcay, Paraguay’s Veronica Cepede Royg and Thailand’s Tamarine Tanasugarn. 950 more words

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C’est dans le cadre prestigieux de l’Hôtel The Dominican que se réunissait ce mardi le Cercle Ecofin Club qui d’une part a présenté plusieurs nouveaux membres et d’autre part a entendu lors d’un déjeuner l’orateur captivant qu’est William De Vijlder, group chief economist BNP PARIBAS FORTIS à Paris. 167 more words

ENTREPRISE/ONDERNEMING

Indian Wells Crowns Their Winners

*ATTENTION: Spoilers!*

Two great weeks of tennis have concluded on the grounds of Indian Wells. From beginning to end, the upsets and drama didn’t go away. 193 more words

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Indian Wells: Pospisil wins doubles title, Raonic out at semis

Feature Photo via BNP Paribas Open

Canada’s Vasek Pospisil won his fourth career doubles title – the third with American partner Jack Sock – at Indian Wells, California on Saturday. 2,035 more words

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Serena Williams in a forgiving mood for Indian Wells return

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. (AP) — Serena Williams is back at Indian Wells for the first time in 14 years, and the world’s top-ranked women’s player is in a forgiving mood. 382 more words

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The hapless ways that foreign banks have tried to skirt US sanctions

The banter and slang used by traders can make it hard for outsiders to tell what they are doing, much less whether they’re up to no good. 692 more words