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Racket

1. A fraudulent or otherwise illegal business practice. For example, a Ponzi scheme is a racket because no service is offered: new investors simply pay old investors.

2. A company that engages in illegal or fraudulent activities.
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I am happy to present him a racquet for his birthday.
Applying this material in the shaft and lower hoop with a 45YU orientation, racquet twisting is reduced by 25% without increased weight.
nz, maker of the racquets Eric Babolat said that a handful of the world's best tennis players would show up at tournaments within weeks armed with new technology they hope will give them an advantage at the French Open and Wimbledon.
Djokovic rather seemed to be unaware of the rules that no players are allowed to play a ball with their racquet on the opponent's side of the net.
the NOVAK "I told Murray that I thought I'm allowed to pass with the racquet as long as I don't touch the net.
The fact that it is the biggest squash racquet of the world was duly certified by the Guinness Book of World Records adjudicator Praveen Patel who was present on the occasion.
Sam Matthews' mum Linda was given the racquet by the star more than 30 years ago when she rented a flat to him.
At the time there was no proof the racquet had been owned by McEnroe, whose infamous on-court tantrums included his "You cannot be serious
Every racquet the player uses is fitted with that grip.
The weight is spot on - I have not felt this comfy with a racquet for a while
And the Daily Post has teamed up with the Racquet Club to offer a prize of a year's club membership for two people - worth more than pounds 1,000 - as well as a full health and fitness check from George.
SEAL BEACH -- Steve Johnson dropped his racquet in the middle of the court and threw his arms up in the air in elation.