The ball keeps moving forward because of its momentum, which is not a force.
The Tennis Ball Of Course. The Tennis Ball Was Made In The 1900s While The Racket Was Made In 1980s
tennis racket and tennis ball
No, it's 'these tennis rackets and ball'
a tennis racket,ball,and court
When the ball hits the tennis racket, topspin (preffered stroke of tennis) makes the ball spin. The upward motion of the racket hitting the tennis ball.
well unless you want to hit the tennis ball with your body you need a tennis racket
tennis. you hit the ball with a racket
You swing your racket at the ball
just a racket and a tennis ball.
Tennis, squash, and racket ball
You need a tennis ball, and a tennis racket.
Yes, the weight. The lighter the tennis racket, the lighter you hit the ball. The heavier racket can hit harder shots.
A tennis ball
To hit the tennis ball over the net.
Newtons third law of motion states that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. So when the tennis ball hits the racket, the racket exerts a force on the tennis ball, sending it back over the net.
To serve in tennis, get a ball, hold the chopper grip on a racket, throw the ball slightly in front of you while swinging your racket onto you shoulder and hit the ball!
Skill... a racket..... tennis ball.....
Yes. The ball will be forced back into your racket at a certain speed and will be somewhat shot out as if it was a slingshot.
for spin on the ball
it doesn't matter where your tennis racket is just as long as it hits the tennis ball
If the ball only touched the racquet....the ball is good.