tennis racquet


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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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Power and comfort are important playing characteristics for any high-performance tennis racquet.
Defending champions in Category Lower Mix and B2, Uricane Tennis Club (UTC), were dislodged by new challengers SGS Tennis Racquet Club (SGSTRC) and Hidada Tennis Club (HTC) respectively.
BOY: Head Radical Murray Junior tennis racquet, decathlon.
Fieldings Auctioneers, which offered the dress as a part of a lot which included the tennis racquet confirmed the dress had smashed its 2,000 pounds estimate.
Fieldings Auctioneers, which oered the dress yesterday as part of a lot which included the tennis racquet from the image, con-rmed the dress had smashed its PS2,000 estimate.
Ms Butler, then 18 years old, was captured in a cheeky pose walking away from the camera, with her right hand grasping a tennis racquet and her left resting on her backside.
Practise that serve with a Babolat Contact Tour 2 Tennis Racquet, Blue/Black, with a yoke dampener for added extra comfort for new players, PS40, John Lewis (www.
London: British police said on Friday they had arrested four men on suspicion of brandishing a gun at tennis star Andy Murray, although media reports suggest they were fans with nothing more threatening than a tennis racquet.
Catherine - who, you may have noticed, is limited a little in the sports she can play right now - has had to hold herself back from grabbing a tennis racquet and challenging me to a full game," he told the crowd.
Chewing, he muscled on, past a framed photo of bombed Berlin, a warped tennis racquet, a gun.
It is played with a special string-less tennis racquet on a court about half the size of a normal tennis court enclosed in glass with an artificial grass surface.
It invites people to use half a tennis racquet to return serve from a machine that lobs tennis balls at them.