Yes, the surface affects the way the tennis ball bounces.
Yes , it does You could even try it yourself for proof. Bounce something on grass then on pavement, you will see a difference in how the softer the lower.
Tons of tennis would like to how the ball bounces on different types of court surfaces. Becuase of the surface a player will have to change his/her gameplain to fit the surface. So basically anyone playing tennis seriously.
Because the temperature affects the height of the tennis ball because the more heat the more the air pushes out when bounce the colder the less
For tennis balls, the height that a ball bounces is measured by a series of tests. Refer to the ITF link, below, for further information.
the cooler temp. causes the rubber content to shrink and become more of a solid state which in turn is not as flexible.
Yes, it makes the rubber ball a little softer and therefore a bit bouncier. In the cold the rubber is cold so it will not bounce as high. -competitive tennis player
The ball becomes super charged when hot and better to play tennis with when cold
Because the hard surface doesn't absorb any of the energy of the tennis ball - thus the ball bounces higher than if it was dropped on a softer surface.
2 bounces are allowed in any wheelchair tennis match
I am assuming you are talking about tennis. On a grass surface, the ball will bounce fast. On clay courts, the ball will bounce slower than on grass. On a hard court, the speed of the ball bounce will be in between clay and grass.
(Potential) energy is directly proportional to the release height.