tennis racquet


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Noun1.tennis racquet - a racket used to play tennistennis racquet - a racket used to play tennis  
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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I think we somehow expect kids to spend a stress-free childhood watching TV, playing computer games and eating crisps, then to pick up a tennis racquet or golf club for the very first time on their 18th birthday and immediately discover a world-beating talent.
Cindy Crawford adds a kiss to the mixture, while Andre Agassi throws in a tennis racquet.
In another example, an ad appearing in a sports magazine will show the logo in the center of a tennis racquet with the tagline "High performance laptop.
Combined with the overwhelming response to last year's launch of the award-winning HEAD Liquidmetal(R) tennis racquet line, 2003 was truly a turning point for Liquidmetal Technologies in the high-profile realm of competitive sports.
Engineers also found false teeth, half a chicken and a broken tennis racquet in drains.
The HEAD Liquidmetal(R) tennis racquet, featuring Liquidmetal(R) alloy technology, has been named one of the best new products of 2003 in the current issues of Fortune and BusinessWeek magazines.
The sexy athlete was in fine form and looked relaxed as she was photographed with her tennis racquet in the latest issue of GQ magazine.
Perhaps for her handbag line, but I wouldn't buy a tennis racquet from a high-powered businesswoman, would you?
Tennis wear will also represent a significant growth market building on Head's clear brand leadership in tennis racquet hardware.
Continuum Control Corporation announced that its patent pending iPower(TM) technology, a revolutionary piezoelectric power system, has been incorporated into the world's first electronic tennis racquet, co-developed with Head Sport AG of Kennelbach, Austria.
There's no substituting a lean physique for ability with a tennis racquet.