Yes it does, and the amount it is affected depends on the strength of the wind.
With the wind helping, blowing behind you, the ball spins less, therefore goes farther and doesn't stop as quickly.
With the wind into you, the ball spins more, is more likely to balloon and go straight up into the air, it doesn't go as far, but stops quicker.
With the wind blowing right to left the ball spins right to left so is more likely to draw and head to the left.
With the wind blowing left to right, the ball spins left to right so is more likely to fade and head to the right.
The harder you hit the ball, the more it will spin, so that is why sometimes you hit a ball harder into the wind, it balloons and comes down very short, the key to playing in the wind is swing it smoother.
Yes. My balls swing to the left when the wind is off the sea, but to the right when the wind changes. I believe the temperature changes may be somewhat to blame.
Yes the wind will play a part in the distance a football will travel. The stronger the breeze the further it will travel.
temperature does affect the bounce of a ball!
Yes... If the surface is smooth, then the ball should bounce fine but if the surface is rough the ball will bounce all over the place.
the higher the grass the higher the bounce.
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.
it decreases it
The height you drop the ball from will affect the bounce height this is because as the drop height increases so does the bounce height it is all to do with energy transfers. Also the waste energy is the sound and heat energy hope this helps.