squash racket


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Noun1.squash racket - a small racket with a long handle used for playing squashsquash racket - a small racket with a long handle used for playing squash
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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squash racket

, (esp US) squash racquet
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squash racket

nracchetta da squash
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It's a brilliant little instrument, I love it - it's so small, you can put it in a bag and it looks like you're carrying a squash racket.
uk The three winners will also receive a state of the art Prince 03 squash racket (RRP pounds 149.
We have 10 Dunlop squash kits - comprising of a Dunlop Blackmax Carbon 520 squash racket and three Pro squash balls - with one overall winner also receiving a pair of tickets to attend the competition.
Not bad for a boy who first took hold of a squash racket because he was bored.
Inside info If your tennis or squash racket needs restringing, you should stop at the Racket Doctor.
I first put my hand on a squash racket at eight and by the time I was 13 or 14 I was taking it much more seriously.
Pierre Hollins arrives two weeks later on September 23 armed with a one-string electric squash racket, don't ask, and an eclectic mix of stand-up - and song.
Thieves broke into the car, outside the United Reform Church on Hillmorton Road, on Friday night, and stole a squash racket and rugby ball.
He left them waiting in a room for an hour before turning up in his tracksuit, clutching a squash racket.
He revealed he had been stopped and searched 25 years ago when he was carrying a squash racket in Birmingham and the same thing had happened to both his adult sons.
Seven-to-ten-year-olds arebeing targeted with Henman - who started at three with a squash racket - insisting: ``You want them playing when they are young and seven to ten is a great bracket.
Those who are starting to develop a taste for comedy can do a lot worse than head down to `It's a Scream' at The Campbell where compere Gavin Webster will be introducing the audience to Pierre Hollins with his electric squash racket and exiled Irishman Kevin Hayes.