badminton racquet


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Noun1.badminton racquet - a light long-handled racket used by badminton playersbadminton racquet - a light long-handled racket used by badminton players
badminton - a game played on a court with light long-handled rackets used to volley a shuttlecock over a net
racquet, racket - a sports implement (usually consisting of a handle and an oval frame with a tightly interlaced network of strings) used to strike a ball (or shuttlecock) in various games
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And for many people commenting, it was a chance to remember those early sports kit purchases, with Steve Cowan recalling buying his first badminton racquet there in 1974 when he started at Teesside Polytechnic, Dermot Blaney buying his first Adidas Samba trainers in 1982/3 and Mike Davison remembering how "my uncle bought me my first 'casey' from the there when I was a kid.
and it all started in Slaithwaite WHEN Marcus Ellis was seven he picked up a badminton racquet for the first time at Colne Valley Leisure Centre.
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The ex-Tynecastle and Scotland goal machine was the 25-year-old's poster boy long before she held a badminton racquet.
The cost of the programme is PS20 and anyone attending all six weeks will receive a free badminton racquet.
Prisoners are notorious for teasing other inmates, so anything that marks you out as a target, such as white tennis shorts and a badminton racquet, should be avoided.
Natasha's latest, stunning revelation is that she once worked in a badminton racquet factory.
I HAVE never so much as held a badminton racquet in my hand, so it was with some trepidation that I agreed to take on no less an opponent than Olympic silver medallist Gail Emms for my first attempt.
Because of the light weight of a badminton racquet, stroke direction can be more easily manipulated through a flick of the wrist whereas the wrist movement may be more limited in tennis and squash due to the racquet weight.
S9 resembles an oversized snowshoe, but is as light as a badminton racquet.
She has used the badminton racquet to churn out delectable flat tosses and smart half smashes in Guangzhou, making it an incredible week for Indian badminton at the World Championships at Tianhe, the same venue where the 2010 Asian Games were held.