Jamie Murray will become Britain’s first world number one professional tennis player since computerised rankings were introduced in the 1970s after the ATP World Tour confirmed on Sunday he will take top spot in doubles from Marcelo Melo.The 30-year-old, whose brother Andy is ranked world number two in singles, will take top spot from the Brazilian when the new rankings are published on April 4.Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association hailed Murray on Twitter as a history maker.Murray won the Australian Open doubles title in January alongside Brazilian Bruno Soares.Melo’s failure to reach the doubles quarter-finals in the Miami Open on Sunday means he will drop points and fall behind Murray in the rankings, despite the Briton’s earlier elimination.“He really deserves it,” the BBC quoted Melo as saying. “He made the final in Wimbledon, final US Open, won the Davis Cup, won the Australian Open, so he deserves it a lot. I’m happy for him.”Murray posted a picture on his Instagram account of himself sitting on a beach with the number one written in the sand.“Last night I went to bed wondering if that was the closest I would ever get,” he said. “Today driving in my car my phone started to go crazy.”Britain’s Virginia Wade was also world number one in women’s doubles in 1973, before computer rankings were introduced.
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but according to sources in EFCC disclosed that the embattled chairman gave some useful information. the commission said that some officials of Mimiko would be invited on the further investigation. Already EFCC has interrogated the Accountant of the state House of Assembly Mr Akin Akinnagbe and the Clerk of the House Jaye Dada a lawyer over alleged inflation of some contracts sum awarded by the leadership of House led by the Speaker Samuel Ajayi Adesina It was reported that the Officials of the anti- graft agency stormed the Assembly complex around 200pm on Tuesday in search of the Clerk and the accountant and whisked them away to Abuja for interrogation The EFCC officials were said to be acting on the petitions written to the commission by a human rights activist Barrister Morakinyo Ogele and a group Concerned Citizens for Good Governance (CCGG) Both petitions had alleged that the Speaker of the House Samuel Adesina inflated and mismanaged a sum of N900million meant for the execution of some contracts in the Assembly between September and October 2011 passed away Saturday, It will be recalled that there had been several advertorials in some national dailies where the chairman activities in the interventionist were criticized. stressing that there had been no development in the area since his assumption of office in spite of huge oil derivation fund being allocated to the area on monthly basis. said that Anekwe was interrogated for about five hours. Abuja, DIG Zuokumor was until his recent promotion, He was before now, A gas cylinder doesn’t have that power.
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Rev. Thwaites was addressing the opening ceremony for the Radley Reid Chemistry Lab at Campion College. Minister of Education, Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites, has lauded the contribution of the various alumni organisations to the transformation of Jamaica’s education system, stating that their donations are investments “of the highest returns”.Rev. Thwaites was addressing administrators, alumni and students at Campion College in St. Andrew on September 30, at the dedication and opening ceremony for the Radley Reid Chemistry Lab, at the secondary institution.Noting that there are over 130 alumni of secondary and primary schools locally and overseas, Rev. Thwaites said these relations should be engaged in advancing the education process.These partnerships, he argued, are particularly critical in improving achievement in the sciences, which saw 58 per cent passes in this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) results, reflecting a four percentage point increase over 2012. Rev. Thwaites said that while the improvement is encouraging, it is not adequate for the development and progress of the nation.Commending those who contributed to the Campion College lab, the Education Minister noted that too often, it was assumed that schools such as Campion were sufficiently resourced. “Too often, we take this process for granted…it involves the arduous efforts of all of those who have contributed…,” he stated.He said that the facilities should be replicated in all schools. “I hope that this example will be infectious to all schools…the role of alumni, the role of friends (and) benefactors to foundations in the education system is absolutely essential,” he said.Meanwhile, Mr. Reid, the former principal and teacher of Campion College, for whom the lab is named, expressed his appreciation at the honour, while giving a humorous account of his experiences at the institution.The facilities, on which more renovation is to be done, now feature 10 new student work stations; a new teacher station; emergency shower and eye wash station; a second exit; upgraded electric, gas and plumbing infrastructure; and Internet access for teachers and students.Donors to the project include: parents, who contributed US$30,000 through the St. Edmund’s Foundation, with Andrew and Sara Budhan donating US$20,000. Other contributors include: GraceKennedy Foundation; the Burgess Family; Dr Jeffrey Meeks; Ex-o-Pest Ltd; Peter Reid; Dr. Michelle Foote; Econocaribe Consolidators Inc; Tradespan Cargo Limited; Gregory Worton and Jagon International Limited; Denise and Neville Lyn-Fatt; and Freight Handlers Limited.The lab project falls under the first phase of the school’s 10-year Vision 2020 campaign. The facilities now feature 10 new student work stations. Rev. Thwaites said these alumni relations should be engaged in advancing the education process. Story Highlights