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I may be merely a bog-standard club player, and this may (on paper) be a friendly, but Claire plays only to win.
Anthony Ward, 50, who has amassed a £36 million fortune, is a real-life Willy Wonka and now owns enough beans to manufacture 5.3 billion quarter-pound chocolate bars.The complicated rules involve a ‘chase’ — by which players gain or lose the ‘Service Side’.Play a few times and that gobbledygook starts to make perfect sense.The purchase has surprised commodity dealers because, in a highly unusual move, Mr Ward’s firm has actually taken delivery of the beans.According to industry sources, in 98 per cent of transactions, traders exchange contracts which give them the option to buy and sell cocoa at various prices and at different times without ever taking possession of the stock.And once I’d worked out the game’s nuances, I was hooked.
Some of the everyday sexism associated with Real Tennis still grated, however.
After being selected for the 2011 British under-26 team (aged just 20) Claire was sent to play the U.
S., only to walk into a major row after being barred from the snobby New York Racquet And Tennis Club.
The holding is so massive it threatens to force manufacturers to raise the price of some of Britain’s most popular chocolate.
Armajaro Holdings, a hedge fund founded by multi-millionaire Mr Ward, pulled off the £658 million purchase of 241,000 tons of cocoa beans.
He purchased 204,000 tons of cocoa at a time when supply was limited because of poor harvests and political instability in the equatorial area of West Africa – the world’s main cocoa production area.