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tennis racquet

Medspeak
adjective A descriptive term referring to a relatively elongated cell, lesion, structure or radiologic density that is globose at one end and constricted and elongated at the other, fancifully likened to the racquet used in tennis.
 
Sports
noun A sports device used to play tennis. First made of laminated wood, these gave way, in succession, to steel, aluminium and finally carbon-fibre composites. Stringing material was once made exclusively from natural gut; nylon and polyester synthetics are now preferred
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The integration of Graphene (TM) in the racquet shaft allowed HEAD engineers to reduce weight in the middle part of the tennis racquet and shift it to functionally more relevant areas in the grip and the head instead.
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Hold the tennis racquet in your dominant, or writing, hand.
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The items included a well-worn saddle, cricket balls, miniature trophies and an old-style tennis racquet.
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Cardboard tennis racquet Not recommended for playing with but it's fun to make.
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