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A walkover, also W.O. or w/o is the awarding of a victory to a contestant because there are no ... The term is also used in tennis, in reference to a player's unopposed victory as a ... Walkovers can thus often be a sign of an illiberal democracy.

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Aug 15, 2016 ... Repetitive wrist extension and gripping, a movement common in tennis - hence the name, can cause overloading and overuse of the tendons ...

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Aug 5, 2018 ... This pain is typically caused by overusing the muscles and tendons in your elbow , such as you would by playing tennis, hence the name.

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The terms “tennis elbow” or “golfer's elbow” simply refer to a type of pain that ... first noticed it in people who played lawn tennis — hence its common name.

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May 29, 2012 ... In this video I am trying All Star Tennis 2000, it is a PlayStation One game. ... I'm not that good at Tennis, hence the reason I played so badly in ...

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Tennis elbow is a chronic inflammation of a tendon of the outside of the elbow. ... Extensor Carpi Radialis (ECRB) tendon , such as in tennis (hence the name).

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Nov 14, 2006 ... If you thought the UK lacked an appetite for summer tennis - hence the lack of Wimbledon glory, etc - you should check out the desolate winter ...

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Mar 5, 2018 ... This is a pretty frequent arm motion in tennis, hence the name. It's generally an overuse injury that develops over time, but if it does happen to ...

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Tennis toe is most commonly associated with tennis, hence the name, but can also affect soccer, football, squash, racquet ball and basketball players as well as  ...