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Even things like the aerodynamics, like getting the shape of the head of the racket thinner so it's travelling through the air quicker.
The rackets in this franchise feature a fundamentally new, cutting-edge frame design that offers extreme power, while the Company's patented Spin Effect Technology delivers maximum spin from anywhere on the court.
A Mumbai- based punter told M AIL T ODAY that use of hundreds of mobile phones indicated that it was a major betting racket which placed bets worth hundreds of crores.
After having invented the polo shirt and the tennis-ball machine, Rene decided to patent two racket models that would change the face of world tennis too.
For players who prefer oversize rackets, the light (9.
It's part of e Great British Tennis T Weekend, when over 1,000 venues across Britain open for four weekends - inspiring over 50,000 men, women and children to pick up a racket and hit the court - all without costing a penny.
I am surprised that in a place where gangrapes, drug deals and sex rackets take place everyday with the support of the police, Jailtey has taken such a step," said Singh.
More women are suspected to be associated with different gold smuggling rackets, and officials are also investigating into the suspicion that a woman and her two daughters were part of the smuggling racket.
A study investigating the influence of three different rackets on the upper limb muscle activity and the shoulder net joint moments and power during the flat tennis serve under field conditions was conducted.
Activity of the week BADMINTON I bet almost all households have a pair of badminton rackets.
People basically don't use wood rackets anymore but they said as long as it's actually exactly to scale and is used with the same exact materials, then we could use an old fashioned wood racket.
A six-member team, headed by racket control experts Mohamed Bassyoni of Egypt and Motaher Zabarah of Yemen, are checking on the rackets of all the participants from day one of this week-long event and sparing no efforts to keep any cheating attempts at bay.