Rohan Bopanna Targets London Ticket

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“Most of us put down the chance of an unresolved default of U.S. Treasurys at below 1 percent,” he said. “However, even with such a low percentage, the ramifications of unresolved default would be so serious that clearly we have to check everything to ensure that we survive and our customers’ capital is preserved.” The End of the Nation-State? What would happen if the United States defaulted on its debt? “Oof,” said Oliver Gregson, an executive at the wealth management division of Barclays . “Honestly, wouldn’t want to go there. You would be talking about an event similar to ’08, you really would.” Many, like Mr. Gregson, say they do not see the nominal debt ceiling deadline of Oct. 17 as the default doomsday. ) “The U.S. is the world’s largest economy, and they have a lot of things they could do to avoid that,” Mr. Gregson said. “You have talk about a superbond, or minting a trillion-dollar coin, or Social Security or Medicaid payments might be impacted. We can get past the 17th there are all sorts of things they could do.” He added: “I would say we’re tactically cautious and strategically optimistic. We are mindful of the tail risk from the debt ceiling debate and possible default.

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I would say 1000 would be great,” Rohan Bopanna said. (Reuters Photo) RELATED Lopez-Granollers in ATP World Tour semis For Rohan Bopanna , positioned as he is just outside the top-10 of the team rankings, the ATP World Tour Finals – the season-ending finale, involving the top eight pairings in London next month – will be a hard chase which he hopes to finish a winner. With two more weeks of competition left – Basel and Paris Masters – Bopanna and Frenchman Edouard Roger Vasselin are looking to their matches and doing the math. “As it stands we need at least 700 points to make the cut. I would say 1000 would be great,” Bopanna said, “But you can’t really tell, there’s bound to be some movement in the order which might in the end increase the number of points you need. There are a lot of good teams in the running and not a whole lot of points separating the teams ranked between fifth and 15th. There are about four places up for grabs and about nine to ten teams in the running.” There are quite a number of teams targeting the London ticket besides the Shanghai Masters champs Croatia’s Ivan Dodig and Brazil’s Marcelo Melo. Pakistan’s Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi and Dutchman Jean-Julien Rojer; Spaniards David Marrero and Fernando Verdasco; Poles Mariuz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski; Belarus’ Max Mirnyi and Romania’s Horia Tecau; Serbia’s Nenad Zimonjic and Frenchman Julien Benneteau; Mexico’s Santiago Gonzalez and American Scot Lipsky; Brit Jamie Murray and Aussie John Peers; Swede Robert Lindstedt and Canada’s Daniel Nestor; Philippines’ Treat Huey and Brit Dominic Inglot and Bopanna and Vasselin are in the running. For the 33-year-old Bangalorean, who is tipped to partner Pakistan’s Qureshi next season, it has largely been a start-stop affair this year. He started the season with American Rajeev Ram and moved on to Mahesh Bhupathi in the spring before settling with the Frenchman in June. In a year in which Bopanna has risen to No. 3 in the individual rankings, with two titles in Marseilles and Tokyo with Colin Fleming and Vasselin, he has struggled on the partner front. In all Bopanna and Vasselin, a sometimes doubles player, ranked 64 in the world in singles, have only played six events together – Wimbledon, Cincinnati, US Open, Metz, Tokyo and Shanghai – making three semifinals and winning a title in Tokyo. “We hadn’t lost our first match in a tournament before this,” a perplexed Bopanna said, following his early exit in Shanghai, “Against Treat and Inglot in the second round, we were up 4-0 in the super tie-break. It was just bizarre, but that’s tennis.

On Monday, Britain unveiled simpler visa rules aimed at luring Chinese tourists. Osborne’s trip marks a return to normal exchanges after Beijing derailed a planned visit by Prime Minister David Cameron in April in retaliation for the British leader having met the Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader. Investors in London will be allowed to apply for licenses to invest yuan directly into China, Osborne announced. He said the Chinese central bank set an initial quota for London of 80 billion yuan ($12.7 billion). Tuesday’s announcement put London ahead in the race by global financial centers to gain a share of yuan-denominated business as Beijing gradually expands use of its currency for trade and investment. Hong Kong was the first financial center outside mainland China where trading of yuan was authorized. London banks have traded yuan since early last year. “Now London is a major global offshore center for the trading of the Chinese currency,” Osborne told reporters. Britain and China signed an agreement in June to have their central banks swap 200 billion yuan for 20 billion pounds. The European Central Bank and Beijing announced a similar agreement this month to swap 350 billion yuan for 45 billion euros. That suggested Frankfurt also might be in to become a center for business denominated in yuan. Also Tuesday, Osborne said China’s state-owned banks will be allowed to expand their operations in Britain by setting up wholesale branches. Cameron was forced to abandon his April trip after China said he would not be able to meet senior officials. Some lower-level meetings also were put on hold. British diplomats say Cameron’s visit is being rescheduled but a date has yet to be announced.

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