Jo-Wilfried Tsonga(France) beat the Chase Buchanan(USA/United State of America) by 6-0,6-2,6-1 in the 2nd day of US Open 2009 and enter in the 2nd round.Tsonga is a tennis player from France and he is at 7th position in the ATP rankings.chase Buchanan is a non-seeded tennis player from United state of America who enter in US Open as a wild card entry.at the start of the match Tsonga was on fire and he won the first set against Buchanan by 6-0.In this first set was like one professional tennis player played against one under damped and non-professional player such as Buchanan.then after in 2nd set Buchanan was tried to give competition to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga but at the end of the 2nd set Tsonga won 2nd set by 6-2.Buchanan broke the service of the Tsonga in 2nd round and at this stage match was entered in 3rd round because in 2nd round Chase Buchanan broke the service of the Tsonga.in 3rd round no competition was came from the Chase Buchanan because he was 100 percentile sure,he lost the match so, In third round Tsonga was not out from his confident and fire and he won the 3rd set of the match by 6-1 and entered in a 2nd round of the US Open 2009.now in 2nd round of US Open 2009.Tsonga’s 2nd round match against non-seeded tennis player from Finland, Jarkko Nieminen.so,All The Best Tsonga!
New Chief, new challenge of credit card Brian T. Moynihan, 50, takes the helm of Bank of America as new honcho chief tar today, and he faces umpteen challenges that includes a money-losing credit card division in need of clean strategizing. Moynihan was selected by the Sheet of Directors to exchange Kenneth D. Adventurer, who retired officially yesterday. Bank of America is the second-largest U.S. card issuer, after JPMorgan Chase, and the card partitioning accounts for 23 percent of BofA's revenue finished the prototypical ennead months of 2009. But in the position canton alone, credit card income declined $1.6 1000000000 - mainly from higher credit losses on securitized credit card loans and change fee income. That amounts to a $4.5 1000000000 amount deprivation finished the first ennead months of 2009, and the banking giant's credit card nonpayment grade is higher than its big competitors, at 13 pct. Moreover, Bank of America's small-business disposition failure