from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as tennis-arm.
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Last year, Mishra wrapped up a study where he used platelet-rich plasma to treat the 20 worst tennis-elbow injuries he'd culled from more than 100 volunteers.
Especially, inviting him to drive on the rise, getting the tennis-elbow into play.
D., the chairman of sports physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in Australia and senior author of the review, said in an e-mail response to questions, "There is a tendency" among tennis-elbow sufferers, "for the majority (70-90 percent) of those following a wait-and-see policy to get better" after six months to a year.
Smith said he was pleased to have come through his comeback game from a nagging tennis-elbow injury successfully - he contributed a run-a-ball 65 in an opening stand of 136 with man-of-the-match Hashim Amla, who smashed an ODI career-best 140.
“It wasn’t about the tennis-elbow business, was it?”
It’s like tennis-elbow but not — its video game-hand.
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