Soccer, basketball, volleyball, tennis, table tennis, vormel, car racing (rally), ball games, badminton, hockey (room hockey), swimming, rowing this is long list................
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.
Tennis, bowling, archery.
There is basketball, tennis, soccer, volleyball, softball, baseball, football, croquet and I think that is it.
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The forces are:Gravity: This pulls the ball downwards and towards the ground.Wind: This affects how much it moves side to side while still in the air.There are probably many more but these are all I could think of.
Over 100 medals have been awarded for table tennis at the Olympic Games, so too many to list here.
Click on the 'Approved Tennis Balls' link on this page to see a list of manufactures and ball numbers approved by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) for the 2007 season. There must be at least 200 tennis balls listed on the linked page.
Here's a list.. -dirt valley track 3 -weevil match -2 ball 6 ball and 12 ball
Netball Basketball Volleyball Table tennis Soccer Floor ball Captain's ball Rugby Poison ball Baseball Cricket Squash Badminton Lacrosse Bowling Golf Pool Sepak Takraw Dodgeball Downball Bocce Cycle ball Croquet Fistball Flickerball Hockey Hooverball Hurling Korfball Polo Racquet ball Rounders Stickball Shinty Skee ball Street ball Tee ball Tchoukball Ringo Paddleball Newcomb ball
Hitting the net full on. Hitting the net and the ball carries on over it. Foot crossing the line when you hit the ball. Hitting the ball full on and it does not land in the field of play.