In general, it will rebound a bit less than the height from which it fell originally.
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).
i am not sure but when it gets hot balls tend to expand and preforme like flat balls but when its cold balls usually contract and get tighter and bounce higher.
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.
Color does not affect the bounce. Purple tennis balls bounce as high as green and yellow tennis balls. It really depends on the type of ball.
My son and I did this experiment as a science fair project. We put 2 tennis balls in the freezer for 1 hour. We also put 2 tennis balls in heating pad (high setting) for 1 hour. We also used 2 room temperature balls. We dropped the balls from 80" onto a tile floor and measured the height of the bouces with a measuring tape. The results were fairly dramatic. The tennis balls from the freezer bounced an average of 25 inches. The room temperature balls bounced a full 50 inches. The warm balls bounced an average of 55 inches. Obviously there was a significant difference between the bounces of cold and warm tennis balls.
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.
Just as it affects people, the environment may affect the tennis courts. Regardless of the surface: If it is too cold or dry, the surface will tend to be harder and the tennis balls will bounce higher and faster; if it is too hot or humid, the surface will tend to be softer and the tennis balls will bounce lower and slower. The same is true for the ability of the tennis player to run on that surface during those conditions.
Tennis players use tennis balls during their match.
Cold air is more dense which is making the ball bounce higher, warm air is less dense which is making the ball bounce less higher.
New tennis balls are considered fresh and not "flat". Old tennis balls exposed to play and air become flat and do not perform normally in a match.
tennis balls are furry and raquet balls are not . tennis balls are also bigger.
No. Tennis balls are much larger.
Usually there is about 3balls in an average can of tennis balls. Although you casn get packages of tennis balls with 18 or higher. Also comes in many shapes and sizes.
Anything can be potentially dangerous, including tennis balls. Tennis balls can be rather scary when there is a skilled smasher behind the racquet.
If a tennis ball is cooler then the atoms have less energy so it may hypothetically bounce lower than if it was warmer
To play tennis, basically all you need is a racket your size, tennis balls, tennis court shoes and tennis balls. Very Simple.
Yes, as a matter of fact donuts eat an average of 10,000 tennis balls per year. So tennis balls are the prey of donuts. Tennis balls are now extinct and are only made in factories.
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.
No, just regular tennis balls.
No, just regular tennis balls.
king henrey invented the first tennis balls.
Slazenger tennis balls are used at Wimbledon.
Penn tennis balls are made in the USA