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 v.— «When asked how he keeps winning he responded, “it’s because I cheese.” Cheesing, as it is called in the tennis world, is a swing that requires little effort and is annoying to your opponent. “I just keep the ball going,” Kessel adds.» —“Men’s tennis gets help from a ‘Trainwreck’” by Emily Dunn in Macalester College Mac Weekly (St. Paul, Minnesota) Apr. 14, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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