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Racket with an oval head that is used to strike the ball; it usually weighs between 250 and 350 g and is about 70 cm long.
Synthetic or natural cords strung together to form a surface used to strike the ball.
Base of the racket head joining it to the throat.
Enlarged end of the shaft that prevents the hand from slipping off the handle.
Part that the player grips to control the racket.
Elongated part of the racket that ends in the head.
Part joining the handle to the racket head.
Oval part of the racket, including the frame and the stringing.
Racket frame to which the stringing is attached.
Rubber ball that weighs 56 g and is filled with compressed air; it is covered with felt to make it more adherent.