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Corrected: Tennis - Rosewall expects to hand Nadal trophy then head home

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MELBOURNE Fifty years after accepting his second Coupe des Mousquetaires, Australian great Ken Rosewall will bestow the French Open trophy on the men's singles champion next month and sees only one grateful player ready to claim it -- Rafa Nadal.

China to Australia: Remove 'coloured glasses' to get ties back on track

BEIJING/SYDNEY Australia should remove its "coloured glasses" to get relations back on track with major trading partner China, the Chinese government's top diplomat Wang Yi has told his Australian counterpart on the sidelines of a G20 meeting in Argentina.

10:18am IST

China to Australia: Remove "coloured glasses" to get ties back on track

BEIJING/SYDNEY, May 22 Australia should remove its "coloured glasses" to get relations back on track with major trading partner China, the Chinese government's top diplomat Wang Yi has told his Australian counterpart on the sidelines of a G20 meeting in Argentina.

10:15am IST

REFILE-Law firms in focus as leveraged loan docs deteriorate

LONDON, May 18 (LPC) - Aggressive documentation on European leveraged loans is highlighting the role of lawyers that work for private equity firms and also represent the banks lending to sponsors’ buyout loans.

21 May 2018

For public guests inside castle, royal wedding 'like a dream'

WINDSOR They may not have been in the chapel or the reception, but the 2,640 locals, community representatives and members of the public invited to witness Saturday's royal wedding inside the walls of Windsor Castle still felt they had front-row seats.

19 May 2018

For public guests inside castle, royal wedding 'like a dream'

WINDSOR They may not have been in the chapel or the reception, but the 2,640 locals, community representatives and members of the public invited to witness Saturday's royal wedding inside the walls of Windsor Castle still felt they had front-row seats.

19 May 2018

For public guests inside castle, royal wedding "like a dream"

WINDSOR, May 19 They may not have been in the chapel or the reception, but the 2,640 locals, community representatives and members of the public invited to witness Saturday's royal wedding inside the walls of Windsor Castle still felt they had front-row seats.

19 May 2018

Australian PM to visit China to smooth trade ties

MELBOURNE Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will travel to China later this year to smooth over bumpy diplomatic ties that have now developed into trade problems for some of Australia's biggest wine and beverage exporters, Fairfax Media reported.

19 May 2018

Australian PM to visit China to smooth trade ties

MELBOURNE, May 19 Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will travel to China later this year to smooth over bumpy diplomatic ties that have now developed into trade problems for some of Australia's biggest wine and beverage exporters, Fairfax Media reported.

19 May 2018

Law firms in focus as leveraged loan docs deteriorate

LONDON (LPC) - Aggressive documentation on European leveraged loans is highlighting the role of lawyers that work for private equity firms and also represent the banks lending to sponsors’ buyout loans.

18 May 2018