If the weather is cold the ball may harden and become stiff, this makes the ball have less pop and results in a slower playing ball. If the weather is warm then the ball will become more elastic and bounce higher. If the ball is sat outside for extended periods of time the constant cooling and warming of the ball will cause the rubber to lose its form and become flat with no bounce.
The average temperature of a tennis ball will be the temperature of its surroundings.
Tennis balls contract when heated which means that it will bounce higher.
The required properties of a tennis ball for use at the professional level are too complex to list on this website. Click on the International Tennis Federation - - the guiding body for all professional tennis - - link, below, for information.
NO it is not.
Although there is no preset or manufacture recommended temperature at which tennis balls may be stored, they should be stored at room temperatures of between 65 and 75 degrees, with 68 being the ideal, as that is the temperature mandated for testing tennis balls by the International Tennis Federation (the ruling body for tennis; refer to the ITF link, below).
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Yes, this is because when the tennis ball is in a heated environment warm air enters through the ball and because the temperature gets higher, the tennis ball would get bigger. When the tennis ball is bigger it would bounce higher.
The Temperature of a body tends toward the temperature of its surroundings. It depends where the tennis ball is. If it is in a place of 10 degrees Celsius it will be 10 degrees Celsius after a long enough time of being there.
No, a room temperature ball does not bounce higher than a heated tennis ball. In fact, the heated tennis ball will bounce higher than its room temperature counterpart. This is because tennis balls rely on a high pressure internal pocket of air for their bounce. Heating the tennis ball would increase the pressure of the air inside the ball (pressure varies as temperature) which would cause the tennis ball to bounce higher. This holds (albeit for different reasons) for most solid balls as well, such as baseballs.
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Because in 1954 they used paper clips and bowling balls, so the population after raquets and tennis balls rent to 99.9%.
its is the air inside the tennis ball that you should be concerned with. Cold air is compressed and gives the ball less bounce, hot air is less dense and pushes on the sides of the tennis ball from the inside. Another important factor is altitude. altitude changes the amount of oxygen in the air. this doesnt change rebound it causes the ball to travel further in air.
The ball becomes super charged when hot and better to play tennis with when cold
yes it does
Perfect tennis playing temperature is about 86ºF or 30ºC * * F= Fahrenheit, C= Celsius
The list of top ten male tennis players changes on the ATP tour changes from week-to-week, so an exact answer cannot be given, at least not until the end of the tennis calendar (i.e., when the Masters Finals have completed). Visit the Tennis Magazine website (refer to the link, below) to view the current top ten ATP (and WTA) players.
It the ball has air in it, then an increase of temperature will increase the pressure within the ball, over the short term. Over the long term, all pressurized tennis balls lose pressure. If the ball is the pressureless type, it has no air to be affected by temperature.
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During history, tennis had many changes. Historical researches say that tennis was played in ancient Greece. In 12th century in France was popular game called "Paume". In 19th century major Walter Wingfield invented a version of Real Tennis that can be played outdoors on a lawn. That was a birth of modern tennis game.
yes for men but it changes with men and women
the size of the court changes if your playing one on one or two on two