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The game that most people call 'Tennis' is the direct descendant of what is now known as real ... few centuries in which it was played, the ball was then struck with the palm of the hand; hence, the name jeu de paume ("game of the palm").

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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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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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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  ...

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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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Oct 10, 2008 ... It happens to be a tennis racket, if a very strange-looking one, and an ... two handles was a more natural way of playing tennis, hence the name.

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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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Obviously, you needn't be a golfer or tennis player to have elbow pain. ... doctors first noticed it in people who played lawn tennis — hence its common name.

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Publisher/Founder Teresa Thompson plays recreational tennis with great gusto and ... with her passion for tennis; hence, the creation of Tennis View magazine.