tennis ball because a tennis ball is softer and that makes it lose it's bounce first
It depends on the quality and conditions of the tennis ball. If the ball is used frequently, in the rain, or if it got wet, it could wear out in a few days.
Tennis balls bounce because the air pressure inside is higher than the outside pressure. They begin to lose bounce as soon as removed from their pressure can. The alititude where the ball is played will affect the bounce. As they are played, they lose more bounce. Typically, they lose too much bounce to play after about 3 sets of recreational (amateur) tennis, or 8 games of professional tennis.
depends on what height you drop it like 5 inches its 2 seconds
it depends on how high you bounce it
being very dirty and old
its starts loosing bounce as soon as the can is opened
Yes it does, the water accumulates in the ball, which causes it to get heavier and therefore doesn't bounce as high as a normal tennis ball. The ball also tends to slide on the courts when the ball hits the surface when hit with pace.
After about 3 sets of recreational (amateur) tennis, or 8 games of professional tennis.
because it looses all its air so it wont be able to bounce as high as it would normally do.
when tennis balls get wet they get heavy and the bigger it is the less bounce.
If you open a new can of tennis balls and leave them in the can without using them, it can take a week for the tennis balls to have a significant loss in their bounce. If you are using tennis balls daily, then it can be a matter of a couple of weeks to around three weeks until the tennis balls lose their bounce completely.
Grass, when playing on grass courts the ball bounces less and lower. This also means that the shots are faster and points are quicker.
When a tennis ball hits the ground, it gives off some of its kinetic energy (energy when moving) in the form of sound and friction. So, each times a tennis ball bounces, it loses energy. Also, air resistance slows it down when air-borne. Air resistance is the "friction" of the air and the object moving in the air. When a tennis ball gets wet our is left outside in the weather to long it becomes stiff and is not in its best condition to bounce very well.
Assuming you have a magic tennis ball that doesn't lose energy, let's examine this question. You hold the ball at a certain height before you bounce it. It has potential energy directly proportional to that height. If you toss it down, you've added kinetic energy to the original potential energy. The ball will bounce higher than where you originally held it, because energy is conserved and the kinetic energy of your toss will be converted to potential energy, meaning height.
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.
A basketball will lose it's bounce if it gets too cold. This is because the air molecules moving inside of the ball are moving slower causing the pressure inside of the ball to decrease.
If you hit the ball into the net in tennis you don't lose a point, rather the opponent get s a point.
You lose the point and your opponent wins the point.
similar, but not the same, no. for example, when serving in table tennis, the ball must hit YOUR side of the table, bounce over the net and then hit your opponents side. in regular tennis, it just needs to hit your opponent's side. the rules that are the same include: the ball must not bounce more than once on your side of the net, or you lose that point you may not hit the ball more than once when it is on you side of the net (meaning, if you hit it into the air straight up, you may not then hit it again to try to get it over the net) serving is done behind the back line, and must be done from one quadrant of the court (or table) and needs to bounce on the quadrant kitty-corner from the serving quadrant.
A general term to use to say that the ball is out of bounce is that the ball is out of the area you are playing in.
The tennis balls nanosize butyl rubber layer slows down the escape of air so the ball doesn't lose its pressure as quickly
In tennis and volley-ball you lose the point if you touch the net while the ball is in play.
You can lose a point for double-faulting on your serve (not getting the ball in the service box after two tries), touching the net (you are not allowed to touch the net), or hitting the ball out.
Tennis balls are geared for different court surfaces. There are tennis balls specifically designed for clay, hard court, and grass court surfaces. Check on the outside of the tennis ball can for the type of court surfaces you should use them on. For example, some tennis balls are specificially made for clay court surfaces. Some tennis balls work on hard court surfaces both indoors and outdoors. Check out your local sports store for many different brands. You also want to make sure that the balls you are playing with are "flat". Tennis balls lose their air pressure after you play with them. You can keep them in a special pressurized tennis ball can, but these are not used very much anymore. Make sure to open a new can of tennis balls when you hit the tennis course for a match. In fact, this a rule in tennis tournaments and leagues. You can squeeze the tennis ball to determine if it is flat. If you can easily squeeze it then it is most likely flat. Or you can bounce the ball to tell. Old tennis balls should be thrown away if they have lost most of their fuzz as well.